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  1. HISTORIC BUILDING AVAILABLE TO LET FOR RESTAURANT USE

    Kingston CPC have been instructed by Tamworth Borough Council to market the former Carnegie Centre Building in Tamworth Town Centre for use as a restaurant. The attractive Edwardian building was originally constructed in 1905 through the generosity of the renowned philanthropist Andrew Carnegie as the first free library of Tamworth.  The property is well situated […]

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  2. DETACHED MODERN OFFICE BUILDING TO LET

    Kingston CPC have commenced marketing Unit 3 Hollies Court, Hollies Park Road, Cannock. This modern ground and first floor office building comprises both open plan and partitioned offices and has a total floor area of 165.32 sq.m. (1,780 sq.ft.). The building comes with allocated car parking spaces and is available on a new lease. For […]

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  3. RETAIL SHOP TO LET IN TAMWORTH

    Kingston CPC has commenced marketing a ground floor self contained retail premises in Tamworth town centre. The premises is well located with frontage to Colehill, close to the prime retail area. The lock-up shop comprises a large sales area of 890 sq.ft. with double display window frontage. The property is available to let by way […]

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  4. LOCK UP SHOP TO RENT IN LICHFIELD CITY CENTRE

    Kingston CPC have commenced marketing Unit 6 The Corn Exchange, Conduit Street, Lichfield. The shop is in a parade of 7 units with a restaurant to the first floor of the building. The shop has a sales area of 14.68 sq.m. (158 sq.ft.) with staff toilet facilities. Quoting rental is £9,750 per annum. Contact the […]

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  5. EXCITING DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE IN WHITTINGTON VILLAGE

    Kingston CPC has been instructed by Staffordshire County Council to market the former youth centre in Whittington Village. The property comprises a Grade II listed old school building and former youth centre on a site of approximately 0.75 acres. It is well situated within Whittington village at the corner of Main St and Church St, […]

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  6. MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT INSTRUCTED TO MANAGE PENSION PORTFOLIO

    Andrew Price, Director of Kingston CPC Ltd., has recently been instructed on behalf of two Pension Trusts to manage their portfolio of commercial and industrial properties. This is ideal core work for Kingston – being locally based to the properties to manage, having the professional knowledge and the bespoke computer software to take account of […]

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  7. END OF AN ERA

    Today, 31st March 2018, Andrew Buckman will retire from Kingston CPC Ltd., 33 years to the day since he joined the company back in 1985.    In the early years his primary role was to head-up the marketing of the Fradley Park site which was just coming on stream, and he has played a major part […]

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  8. LICHFIELD FIRM RELOCATES TO CITY HOUSE

    George Koch & Sons (Europe) Ltd has relocated to newly refurbished office space in Lichfield city centre. The company, which designs and manages paint and powder finishing system projects for the automotive and industrial markets, has taken 4,541 sq ft of grade A space on the first floor of City House in Lichfield. The deal […]

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  9. LICHFIELD CITY CENTRE SITE SELLS FOR RETIREMENT LIVING

    Acting on behalf of a London property investor, Kingston CPC has recently concluded the sale of the site formerly occupied by Carols Discount Store, on Cross Keys in Lichfield. The site extended to 0.73 acres and has been purchased by McCarthy & Stone (Developments) Ltd who were able to obtain Planning Consent from Lichfield District […]

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  10. OUR WENDY TAKES PART IN MEMORY WALK

    Well done to our wonderful colleague Wendy who took part in the Memory Walk run by Alzheimer’s Society on Saturday (16th Sept) at Sutton Park. Wendy was walking in memory of her dad Bill who passed away just over 5 years ago. Wendy has raised over £200 for the charity.              

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