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The Catalyst for More Office Lettings

The Catalyst for More Office Lettings

04 April 2018 By George Dobson BSc (Hons) MRICS

Graves Jenkins are pleased to announce that offices within the prestigious Olivier House on Brighton Seafront have been secured by Catalyst IT. Working on behalf of the landlord, terms have now been finalised and the keys passed over. The landlord’s representative commented, ‘The letting of the lower

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Graduate Surveyor Recruited

Graduate Surveyor Recruited

29 March 2018 By David Bessant MRICS

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Antonio Fernandes, 26, as a Graduate Surveyor, based in the Crawley office. A Post Graduate from the University of Portsmouth with an MSc in Property Development, Antonio has joined Graves Jenkins to pursue his ambition to qualify as a Chartered Surveyor,

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What Do You Know About Graves Jenkins?

What Do You Know About Graves Jenkins?

02 March 2018 By Phil Graves

Did you know Graves Jenkins was a merger between Graves & Company and Richard Jenkins Associates? Did you know the original office was in Dyke Road, with a subsequent move to Pavilion Buildings before landing at Marlborough Place? What was once a 3 person practice dealing in localised Brighton

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The Ivy Creeps into Brighton

The Ivy Creeps into Brighton

20 February 2018 By Phil Graves

One of the most prestigious names in the restaurant world, The Ivy, is coming to Brighton and in some style. Caprice Holdings have acquired the Grade II listed former Post Office premises in Ship Street on a new long lease paying a substantial six figure rent and will be trading over ground and lower

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Graves Jenkins Does Gardner Street!

Graves Jenkins Does Gardner Street!

19 February 2018 By George Dobson BSc (Hons) MRICS

Graves Jenkins are delighted to announce the lease sales of both 52 Gardner Street and 3 Gardner Street, Brighton. 52 Gardner Street formerly popular restaurant Common has re-opened its doors as Lavash offering a twist on middle eastern cuisine, whilst 3 Gardner Street formerly occupied by well known

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Sex Sells!

Sex Sells!

09 February 2018 By Phil Graves

Graves Jenkins have completed a deal for the sale of a long established 'private shop' in Surrey Street, adjacent to Brighton station. The two storey premises of about 1,100 sq ft, which currently trades over both floors, is due to close in the next few weeks and a local based developer has purchased

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Plenty of Dough in Western Road

Plenty of Dough in Western Road

31 January 2018 By Phil Graves

Graves Jenkins have completed on another commercial transaction, this time in the prime thoroughfare of Western Road Brighton. The former Sony centre will be the regions first Granier UK Bakery, a brand which started in Spain in 2010 and now has in excess of 350 bakeries worldwide, including Miami,

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Good Deal for GoodLaw

Good Deal for GoodLaw

08 January 2018 By Phil Graves

Goodlaw Solicitors have acquired city centre office space close to Brighton Station to assist with the expansion of their client base and for easy access to the Brighton to London mainline. Formally an office for a leading design Company, GJ advised the landlord on the rent level and lease structure,

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Graves Jenkins Take On Church Road

Graves Jenkins Take On Church Road

12 December 2017 By George Dobson BSc (Hons) MRICS

Graves Jenkins are pleased to report the letting of 124 Church Road, Hove – a property that had before our involvement, been vacant for approaching 12 months. New occupier Hixon Green has taken on the commitment, carrying out a full refurbishment of the building and will endeavour to create a new destination

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Brighton -  In The Spotlight For All The Right Reasons

Brighton - In The Spotlight For All The Right Reasons

15 November 2017 By George Dobson BSc (Hons) MRICS

The recent RICS Awards Grand Final saw the British Airways i360 take home the prestigious ‘Design through Innovation’ accolade. Although some scepticism still surrounds the world’s tallest observation tower and the benefit it will have generating income for the local economy, winning awards such as

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Construction Voice - co-sponsored by Graves Jenkins

Construction Voice - co-sponsored by Graves Jenkins

19 October 2017 By Phil Graves

Fit for purpose? How do we manage the successful regeneration of our retail and tourism sectors? Frustration about major development projects and their impact on tourism exercised the panel members at October’s Construction Voice in Hove. With a focus on how to regenerate Brighton and Hove’s tourism

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The foodies are faring fabulously, but what of the future?

The foodies are faring fabulously, but what of the future?

10 October 2017 By Phil Graves

Graves Jenkins was pleased to attend the October Best industry seminar last week, at the request of the charismatic organiser Euan Macdonald. We met at the renowned Chilli Pickle restaurant with main sponsors Carpenter Box and Reed Recruitment Consultants, plus about 60 representatives and operators

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