All Posts in Category: Truro Office

Location, Location, Location

Stratton Creber Commercial, the joint retained agents for the letting of industrial units on the Parc Erissey Industrial Estate, have seen an increase in demand for the industrial estate due to its excellent facilities and ease of access to the A30. Located just 2 miles north of Redruth, the industrial estate offers a variety of […] Read more

A look back and forward

Matthew Williams of Stratton Creber Commercial considers the Building Regulations in the light of the Hackitt Report I just about remember coming across “The 1976 Building Regulations” on my architect father’s desk, set in an attractive plain brown cover and a cover price of £4.75. The Regulations would provide you with much of the information […] Read more

The South West Valuation Team

Valuation underpins most financial decisions made by individuals or organisations in relation to property transactions. Valuation is more than a figure at the end of a report determing the Market Value of an asset; it can affect the level of borrowing that can be secured against an asset, affect investment decisions and inform on the […] Read more

Does Liskeard need more employment space?

Liskeard Town Council keep being told “we need more employment space and a new livestock market” by local businesses, farmers and residents to safeguard the future of Liskeard. In response to this Stratton Creber Commercial have been appointed to prepare a demand study. This will investigate whether more office and industrial development can be supported […] Read more

Jason Joins Stratton Creber Commercial

Stratton Creber Commercial has boosted its building consultancy services with the appointment of experienced RICS chartered building surveyor Jason Sandland. Jason enhances the company’s existing building surveying offer, providing building consultancy advice on acquisition, maintenance, construction, design and management (CDM) and development or disposal of commercial property across the region. Jason joins the firm after […] Read more

Is the tide turning for Penzance?

Over the last six months it has been noted within the office an increase in enquiry levels for commercial space in Penzance, is it the Premier Inn effect? or is it because of the lower capital and rental values compared with other coastal towns? Premier Inn are due to commence works on The Barmwells Mill […] Read more

There’s more to valuation than just the number

Whether a private individual or a multi-national organisation, Valuation underpins most financial decisions made and is a core function to all property transactions. Valuation has a wider implication than just determining a price to be paid or received, it can affect the level of borrowing that can be secured against an asset, affect investment decisions […] 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

The Poldark Effect

While some of us in the office have been a little distracted by Ross Poldark’s talent for shirtless scything the popular TV drama has also centered on a story around Cornwall’s mining heritage. For many centuries metalliferous mining was a widespread industry in the southwest that has left a legacy of hidden shafts and workings […] Read more