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Latest news and information from Sibley Pares Chartered Surveyors in Maidstone, Kent:

20th April 2016
We are pleased to announce that Phil Hubbard, Partner of Sibley Pares Chartered Surveyors, has been names most active “Deal Maker” in Kent for 2016 by the leading property journal Estates Gazette.
6th April 2016
Sibley Pares Chartered Surveyors are delighted to welcome residential development land specialist Mark Presland as the newest partner and the latest addition to the fast-growing team. Mark will add to the already exceptional line-up at the Maidstone office which includes Chartered Surveyors Phil Hubbard, Sarah Raggett, Matthew Carpenter, David Pares, Brian Matthews and Chartered Building Surveyor Mark Kenward.
14th January 2016
Before you start looking for a commercial property, make sure you know what type of property your business needs. Each property has a designated use class depending on the type of activity that can be carried out in the building. Check the marketing details for this information to save yourself time.
15th October 2015
Tesco is reported to be selling more than a dozen supermarket sites to a property development company in a £250m deal. According to an article on the BBC website, 10,000 homes could be built on the sites which are located in London, Bath and the South East.
30th June 2015
According to data from HMRC, the number of UK commercial property transactions has reached its highest level since the economic downturn in 2008-09. Over 115,000 commercial property sales have completed in the UK in the last year alone. This represents a 6% jump on the previous year and is great news for the commercial property marker which has been going from strength to strength in the past few years.
15th June 2015
Sibley Pares is pleased to welcome Mark Kenward to the team. As a Chartered Surveyor with over 35 years of experience in the industry, we are sure Mark will be a great asset to the company and our clients.
10th March 2015
Next month, new pension freedoms take effect and will give all those over 55 years old access to their retirement savings to spend as they wish. These new freedoms are causing millions of people to reassess their saving and investment strategies and rethink their pension planning completely.
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