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I am quoted in Liz Rownlinson's piece in this week's Spectator magazine on the property trends for 2023. We've noticed a big shift towards environmentally friendly construction considerations as well as a desire to include biodiversity benefits in landscaping and wider Estate Management plans. Click here to read the article in...

Jo was quoted in an article by @lizrowlinson in the @ft_houseandhome yesterday on the appeal of rural Dorset living. Living in Dorset is an antidote to the modern pace of life with communications and transport options proving to be frustratingly poor at times - but for many that is precisely...

I am quoted in an article by Alex Goss in The Telegraph today about the value that proximity to water can add to a property. Proximity to the sea is always high on the list for requirements in a second home but we see that market going quiet in the...

I wrote some comment for Prime Resi which was published today. We have had the busiest start of any year as demand for land continues to surge across the Super Prime market - we have successfully purchased over £110,000,000 worth of property for private clients in the first few months...

I am quoted in an article by Arabella Youens in today's Telegraph about the importance of doing some groundwork if you want to secure a best-of-breed property for a reasonable price. It isn't just a question of knocking 10% or 20% off the guide price. Sometimes asking the right questions...

I am quoted in Victoria Brzezinski's article about the Prime Country House market in Bricks and Mortar today. Its a mixed picture but there are clearly still willing buyers and sellers in evidence. Our focus is the farms and estates market and we are seeing record prices being achieved due...

I was quoted in this weekend's Sunday Times in a piece about the hidden costs of living the rural dream. The recent rise in the cost of living has hit those running and maintaining country houses and some costs come a bit of a surprise. Please click here to read the...

We have noted a marked increase in the number of buyers looking to add something extra to their life when they move to the country. For many it has been a desire to get their hands dirty and get involved in the farming and management of their own land. Hugh Graham...