Archives: September 2019

Well done to SCC runners!

Close to 1000 runners took part in the 2019 Michelmores 5k Charity Run on Thursday 5 September, which this year celebrated its 20th anniversary. The Run saw individuals, teams from local businesses, running clubs and community organisations come together to raise money for Michelmores’ Charity of the Year, The Amber Foundation. Those taking part from the Exeter […] Read more

Exeter Industrial building sold

We have sold a building on Exeter’s Exhibition Way Trading Estate in a complex transaction. Hybrid House is a detached 1960s building of 8,614 sq.ft, a mix of workshop and offices. It has been in various uses but most recently housed a firm which develops technology to reduce fuel consumption in vehicles and electrically-powered vehicles. […] Read more

Exeter Industrial unit let

We have let an industrial unit at Exeter’s Trade City after the tenant was identified within a week of going to market. Unit 14 Apple Lane is an end-of-terrace unit, built in the early 2000s a short distance from Junction 30 of the M5 on the eastern side of Exeter. The 4,703 sq.ft unit has […] Read more

The Importance of Good Building Design, Experience & Time…Observations

Our multi qualified and experienced Principal Designer, Building Surveyor and Building Engineer Jason Sandland takes a quick look at our busy changing built environment world and shares some experiences and notions found on the importance of good building design, experience and time, that can often have cost or other implications for clients, developers, purchasers, Landlords […] Read more

Jody Goes the Extra Mile for Dementia UK

Jody Brownhill, from Stratton Creber Commercial’s Plymouth office, has completed a huge fundraising effort for Dementia UK. The full time administrator first completed an arduous 24 hour running event in Newnham Park before she joined colleagues in raising additional funds by holding a raffle at the firm’s annual beer and cider festival. In all, more […] Read more

Regulations Likely to Impact Capital Values

RICS Registered Valuer Robin Wells considers the valuation implications of MEES regulations. The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) first became effective in April 2018 when it became illegal to let residential and commercial properties with an EPC rating of F or G. Properties with EPC ratings of F & G must be improved to a […] Read more