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Client ‘amazed’ at strong interest in Exeter building

We have just let a small but prominent commercial building in the St Leonards area of Exeter after a flurry of interest from the first day of marketing. 85 Barrack Road, also known as The Old Stables, was formerly occupied by a childcare provider for many years, and will be a familiar sight to most […] Read more

New Management Surveyor joins Exeter office

Rob Siddons has recently joined the Exeter office of Stratton Creber Commercial as a Management Surveyor. Rob has lived in Exeter for the last 4 years having relocated for his previous role as an Estates Manager covering the South West for a national dental chain. Prior to his move South, Rob worked in South Wales […] Read more

Adam Back in Cornwall to Lead Agency Activities

Stratton Creber Commercial has announced a new appointment within its Truro office. Adam Beverley-Jones will head up the firm’s agency activities throughout the county, specialising in the disposal and acquisition of retail, office, industrial, investment properties and going concerns. Educated at Seale Hayne Agricultural College in Devon, Adam started his property career in Cornwall some […] Read more

Spot the Fire Door

This week you are almost certain to have been in a building, either your home, office or maybe a shop, while being silently protected. Probably without noticing, the fire doors standing guard over your safety. Fire doors form an important part of the fire safety precautions built into many buildings, which along with alarms, lights, […] Read more

Should I Be Using a Managing Agent?

As commercial property managers, we are often asked the question “Should I be using a managing agent?”, sometimes followed by “What can a Managing Agent do for me?” Efficient management of commercial investments will ultimately influence value, and minimise associated costs to landlords, as well as reducing the exposure to property owners when things go […] Read more

EXETER SCIENCE PARK OFFICES COME TO MARKET

We have been appointed as joint agents with Maze in the marketing of one floor of Eagle House, currently Exeter’s most modern office building. Built around four years ago as the first building on Exeter Science Park, the offices are naturally ventilated and rated “BREEAM – excellent” for the building’s environmental credentials. With surrounding buildings […] Read more

Staircase Tax: Will your Business be Affected?

There has been a great deal of noise this week about the so-called ‘staircase tax’, but what is it and how will your business be affected? General practice surveyor Phil Dickins gives an overview. The government’s Valuation Office Agency (VOA) has been acting on the results of a 2015 Supreme Court decision that relates to […] Read more

SCC named Most Active Devon Agent for Eighth Consecutive Year!

Stratton Creber Commercial has been named the most active commercial property agent in Devon for the eighth consecutive year. The firm received the Most Active Agent Award for Devon 2017 from EGi, the online arm of Estates Gazette, the property industry’s leading journal. Widely recognised as one of the top accolades for commercial property agents, […] Read more

WE HAVE RETAINED TOP DEVON AGENT AWARD

For the eighth year running, Stratton Creber Commercial have been crowned “Most Active Agents” in Devon by the property industry’s leading publication, Estates Gazette. The award is based purely on the number of recorded commercial property transactions of all types over a 12-month period up to July 2017. With offices in Exeter and Plymouth, Stratton […] Read more

The New ‘Red Book’ (RICS Valuation – Global Standards, July 2017

The RICS has now issued new global valuation standards with effect from 1st July 2017 in accordance the new mandatory requirements which supersede the previous UK professional standards of 2014.  This document forms the basis of all ‘Red book’ valuations and incorporates the International Valuation Standards to create market consistency, transparency and comparability as a […] Read more