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Mucho Burrito expansion – GJ appointed as Property Advisors

Mucho Burrito expansion – GJ appointed as Property Advisors

Wednesday, August 13, 2014 By David Bessant MRICS

After the opening of the first Mucho Burrito restaurant, in Mississauga, Canada in June 2006, there are now 85 restaurants throughout Canada and the US. Now the highly success Mexican food brand described as “Mucho Food with Mucho Quality” is set for rapid expansion in the UK. The new Master Development

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GJ advise Council on office investment purchase

GJ advise Council on office investment purchase

Tuesday, July 8, 2014 By David Bessant MRICS

Crawley Borough Council has purchased a three storey office building occupied by EDF Energy as part of a plan to generate income to support its services. Graves Jenkins advised the Council on the purchase. Atlantic House in Hazelwick Avenue, Three Bridges has been bought for £4.75m and added to the

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Graves Jenkins join Crawley Town Centre Partnership Board

Graves Jenkins join Crawley Town Centre Partnership Board

Wednesday, April 30, 2014 By Neil Cooper MRICS

Neil Cooper, Director in charge of Professional Services in Crawley, has recently accepted an invitation to join the Board of the Crawley Town Centre Partnership. Members include other individuals from businesses within the Crawley area who have an interest in improving the town centre environment of

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Six Gold Martlets flock to Burgess Hill

Six Gold Martlets flock to Burgess Hill

Friday, April 25, 2014 By David Bessant MRICS

Following a fit out contract in excess of £1.2m, JD Wetherspoon are due to open new pub premises, The Six Gold Martlets, in Church Walk, Burgess Hill on the 29 April 2014. JD Wetherspoon acquired the freehold interest in two adjoining premises, 49 – 51 Church Walk, formally occupied by Currys and

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More Industrial Stock Needed

More Industrial Stock Needed

Friday, April 11, 2014 By David Bessant MRICS

We are delighted to announce another successful sale of a warehouse unit at Bolney Grange Industrial Park on behalf of Wool Overs Limited. A price of £250,000 was achieved for Unit 32 freehold with the benefit of vacant possession, comprising 2,935 sq ft with an additional 520 sq ft of mezzanine offices.

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Just What the Doctor Ordered.

Just What the Doctor Ordered.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014 By Phil Graves

Graves Jenkins are offering for sale four substantial properties in the Brighton and Hove area which will undoubtedly attract a high level of interest from prospective purchasers. Each property has previously been used as a support home for a number of years, but they could now be transformed into substantial

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Do All Types of Development Need Planning Permission?

Do All Types of Development Need Planning Permission?

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 By Administrator Systems

New legislation 2013 for the new Permitted Development Rights (PDR) relating to houses, schools, commercial industrial sites increase the allowance for the extension of certain buildings or alter permitted changes for use of them for both temporary, period and sometimes limited timeframes. We estimate

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A Monday Blog and All in a Days Work!

A Monday Blog and All in a Days Work!

Monday, February 10, 2014 By Administrator Systems

We all start Mondays, well most of us, with plenty of enthusiasm for the week ahead and with pile of tasks to undertake. Nothing usual there I hear you say, but the rest of this Blog should demonstrate a rather different working day than most… Squatters – an increasing and annoying problem with commercial

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Residential Prospects for 2014

Residential Prospects for 2014

Monday, January 6, 2014 By Phil Graves

Property predictions are notoriously the proverbial ‘banana skin’ in the property industry with so many factors influencing the outcome. Having said that, I am confident of improved activity through an emerging market place out of recessionary times, but still dependent on a number of issues. The single

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No Student discount in Brighton

No Student discount in Brighton

Thursday, November 7, 2013 By Robert Paine MRICS

Robert Paine of the Professional Department has seen an increased number of valuations for purpose built student housing sites over the past 12-18 months as Brighton starts to catch up with the national trend in providing purpose built student accommodation, particularly within the Falmer/Lewes Road

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Willy Wonka would be Proud.

Willy Wonka would be Proud.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 By Phil Graves

Leading commercial agents Graves Jenkins, have been awarded the instruction to dispose of two prominent commercial retail premises in Brighton city centre by chocolatiers, Choccywoccydoodah. Famous for their designer special occasion cakes and chocolate gifts, the company have made their home in retail

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Investments Required

Investments Required

Thursday, October 31, 2013 By David Bessant MRICS

Graves Jenkins has been instructed to seek quality commercial property investments for a retained client, with funds readily available, to purchase. The principal criteria for investments include office, retail, industrial or mixed use properties in the South East (ideally in Sussex or Surrey), let

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