Recycle your Christmas Tree

Chelmsford & surrounding areas:
Following last years success, Farleigh Hospice will once again be collecting Christmas trees for recycling on Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th January 2018. If you live in CM1, CM2, CM3, CM8, CM9 or CM0 you can register for your tree to be collected. Don’t leave it too late - register by 12noon on 4th January 2018.

Brentwood & surrounding area:
Once the turkey is long gone, and decorations are coming down, Brentwood Council will be offering a kerb-side collection for Christmas trees. On garden waste collection days, commencing 8th January 2018!

December 2017

Christmas 2017 Opening Times



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December 2017

Victoria Central Exclusive

We are delighted to announce that Victoria Central will be launching in 2018!

11 luxury 2 bed apartments and 2 commercial units with A1, A2 and A3 use. Help To Buy will be available and completion is estimated for Spring/Summer.

Call the Chelmsford office to register your interest. 

December 2017

This Month's Style Tip


Draw a line...
In this open-plan space, a half-wall is positioned between the sitting and kitchen area. The advantage?  It also creates a spot for display and personalisation of the space, an otherwise closed area.

Another open-plan dividing trick, is to open up an enclosed space. But not shut off by glass, so it’s both apart from and within the living area, adding another dimension to a smaller home.

Either side…
The divider can be vertical or horizontal - depending on your space and how you want to work it. Again, it creates more intimate areas within an open layout or opens up otherwise closed layouts. With this double sided option it can create a cosy focal point for this area and the other one beyond.

It’s useful, of course, but it also allows glimpses from one space to the other, maintaining the open feel.

Go on …knock half a wall through.

December 2017

Budget News For First Time Buyers


Stamp duty will be abolished immediately for first-time buyers purchasing a home of up to £300,000, the Chancellor has announced today.

If you’re a first-time buyer and unsure on how this affects you, pop in to our office, give us a call, or make an appointment with one of our Mortgage Specialists.

November 2017

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