July 2012


Not to be Sneezed at - a peppercorn paid from Savills sponsored cricket club

Not to be Sneezed at - a peppercorn paid from Savills sponsored cricket club

31 July 2012

Sponsored by Savills, the Sevenoaks Vine Cricket Club recently made its annual payment of one peppercorn to the Sevenoaks Town Council.  The rent for the cricket ground remarkably consists of just a single peppercorn.

 
 
Savills Abseiling Team raises over £1,200 for charity

Savills Abseiling Team raises over £1,200 for charity

31 July 2012

Even a threat of thunderstorms wasn’t enough to dampen the spirits of four colleagues from Savills Guildford as they abseiled from the top of Guildford Cathedral recently as part of a fundraising bid for Guildford County School.

 
 
Arlington Business Park, Berkshire Welcomes SPP Pumps

Arlington Business Park, Berkshire Welcomes SPP Pumps

31 July 2012

Savills, on behalf of Goodman, has let office space to SPP Pumps at Building 1420, Arlington Business Park in Theale, Berkshire.

 
 
Real IS acquires mixed use scheme in central Amsterdam

Real IS acquires mixed use scheme in central Amsterdam

30 July 2012

Savills and Loyens & Loeff have advised Real IS on the purchase of a 13,000 sq m mixed use scheme at the Oosterdokseiland (ODE) development in central Amsterdam. 

 
 
£250m funding deal to help ease Midlands housing crisis

£250m funding deal to help ease Midlands housing crisis

25 July 2012

An innovative funding deal worth £250m is set to deliver 1,700 new affordable homes across the Midlands.

 
 
One of Devon’s top beauty spots up for sale

One of Devon’s top beauty spots up for sale

24 July 2012

Savills, on behalf of private owners, has brought to the market Becky Falls Woodland Park, Manaton, Devon for a guide price of £1.2m.

 
 
Last chance for alterations to listed buildings before zero vat rate is withdrawn

Last chance for alterations to listed buildings before zero vat rate is withdrawn

20 July 2012

It was announced in the budget in March that the zero-rate of VAT will be withdrawn for “approved alterations” to listed buildings from the 1st October 2012.  

 
 
Westminster’s delayed subsidy cut decision could make Scotland an even more attractive option for green energy investment

Westminster’s delayed subsidy cut decision could make Scotland an even more attractive option for green energy investment

20 July 2012

While concerns about the UK Government’s delays in deciding the future of renewable energy incentives are likely to jeopardise investment south of the border, Scottish subsidies remain unaffected, according to Nick Green, Savills Head of Energy. 

 
 
Savills sees 12 Swan Court, Peterborough fully let

Savills sees 12 Swan Court, Peterborough fully let

19 July 2012

Savills, on behalf of a private owner, has successfully let both floors at 12 Swan Court, Cygnet Park, Hampton, Peterborough.

 
 
Savills brings commercial buildings in Manchester to the market

Savills brings commercial buildings in Manchester to the market

18 July 2012

Aberdeen Asset Management has appointed international real estate advisor Savills to bring to the market Commercial Buildings in Manchester for a guide price of £6 million, reflecting a net initial yield of 7.54%.

 
 

Key Contacts

Liz Williams-Bew

Liz Williams-Bew

Director
Commercial Marketing & Press

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7409 8140

 

Jamie Jago

Jamie Jago

Director
Residential Press Office

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7016 3880