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  1. MIXED USE INVESTMENT FOR SALE

    Kingston CPC, jointly with Burley Browne, have recently been instructed to market a mixed use investment on Bridge Cross Road, Burntwood. Lambourne House consists a fully occupied building with 5 retail/office occupiers and 6 first floor flats. The Gross Rental Income is £101,400 per annum exc.  Offers are invited at a guide price of £1,250,000. […]

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  2. RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY MODERN OFFICES

    Kingston CPC has just been instructed to sell modern offices at 6 and 7 Three Spires House on Station Road, due to the relocation of the existing business to premises elsewhere in the City. Originally constructed as two buildings, these have been combined at both ground and first floor to provide a single self-contained building […]

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  3. ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATES

    Why do we need them for property? Current legislation provides that if you market property for sale or to let then, subject to exemptions, you need to have an EPC Certificate to market and dispose of an interest in the premises.  Most people are aware of the requirement for an EPC for residential property, but […]

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  4. CLOSING DATE FOR BEST & FINAL OFFERS ON LANGTON HOUSE, LICHFIELD

    Kingston CPC are now inviting offers on Langton House & Moat House, Bird Street, Lichfield. Offers must be submitted to the offce by 5PM on 15.01.16. Langton House & Moat House are two listed buildings that offer a development opportunity with potential for residential, educational etc. uses subject to planning. For further information contact the […]

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  5. CHRISTMAS JUMPER DAY 2015

    Today, Friday 18th December, Kingston took part in Christmas Jumper Day. Members of staff came in to work in their festive jumpers, whilst the gentlemen in the office were presented with their jumpers which had been designed by our very talented receptionist Sarah. A donation was made to Text Santa, raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support, Make […]

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  6. EXCLUDED TENANCIES – WHAT ARE THESE?

    Excluded Tenancies remove certain sections of the provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 relating to commercial leases. LANDLORDS If you have granted a tenancy excluded from the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act (Excluded Tenancy) which has either come to an end or will shortly come to an end, you need to be aware […]

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  7. PERIOD OFFICES AVAILABLE IN IDYLLIC LOCATION CLOSE TO M42

    Kingston CPC and Howkins & Harrison have been appointed as joint letting agents for a number of attractive period office buildings on the outskirts of Hurley Village between Tamworth, Atherstone and Coleshill. This is an idyllic rural setting adjacent to historic Hurley Hall and surrounded by open countryside yet within 3.7 miles of the A5 […]

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  8. SECTION 25 NOTICE – What is it?

    A Section 25 Notice is a provision of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 entitling a Landlord to bring to an end a commercial tenancy. A Section 25 Notice is used to cover two events – To end a current tenancy and propose terms for its renewal. The Landlord wishes to oppose the grant of […]

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  9. KINGSTON SECURES TAMWORTH INVESTMENT DEAL

    Acting on behalf of a London based private investment company, Kingston CP of Lichfield has recently sold unit 2  Mariner on Lichfield Road Industrial Estate in Tamworth to Scolmore International Ltd. The property is one of a block of the former Swish company complex of buildings which was acquired and then totally refurbished by Wrenbridge […]

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  10. IMPRESSIVE OFFICE SCHEME NEARS 100% COMPLETION

    Over recent years there have been a number of “barn conversion office schemes” undertaken, making good use of redundant agricultural buildings and bringing some commercial life to rural locations. The development at Borough Hill Farm at Walton-on-Trent is exceptional amongst its peers, and this has been evidenced in the take up of the converted and […]

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