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  • Stiles Harold Williams
     
    A modern multi-disciplinary, property based professional advisory firm. Read more.
  • History
     
    Established for 215 years, we can trace our roots back to 1798 in Croydon and London. Read more.
  • Offices
     
    We work from offices across the South of England, London and the Midlands on property all over the UK. Read more.
  • People
     
    150 people with 80 fee earners of whom more than 50 are Chartered Surveyors. Read more.
  • Core Commercial Services
     
    Commercial Agency and Investment, Landlord and Tenant, Valuations and Business Rates, Development Consultancy and Town planning, Building Consultancy and Commercial Management. Read more.
  • Specialist Commercial Services
     
    Aviation, Motor Trade/Roadside and Leisure Property, Expert Witness work, Educational and Healthcare Property and LPA Fixed Charge Receivership. Read more.
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    Leasehold Enfranchisement, Leasehold Management, Town Planning, Building Consultancy, Residential Development Consultancy and Valuation. Read more.
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    Commercial properties and sites to let and for sale, Investment sales and Residential Development Properties and sites for sale. Read more.
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making property work - that's what we do

Stiles Harold Williams is an independent property advisory business with specialists in many aspects of commercial and residential property. From offices in London and the south east we serve our clients across the UK, striving to provide the right answers to their property needs and making property work for their benefit.

 

  • Knowing your EPC from A to G

  • 11 February 2016
  • As a firm we take our responsibility for the environment very seriously, not only in terms of legal compliance but also the wider impact on the planet. One aspect which covers both of these bases is our work to promote energy efficiency through EPCs (Energy Performance Certification) and other forms of green building. The industry is definitely seeing an increase in the way the Government is looking at ways to achieve their energy efficiency objectives by making property owners more responsible for their buildings. From 1st March 2015 the law was changed to make it illegal to let commercial premises with an EPC rating of F or G from after 1st April 2018. It is the landlord’s duty to fulfil these requirements prior to this forthcoming date which is closer than you think. Furthermore, although an EPC certificate lasts for ten years, the criteria on which the ratings are based are also being tightened, so a building which is currently deemed energy efficient may not be next time round.
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  • Croydon Council in partnership with local community keen to bring former Ashburton Library building back to life

  • 11 February 2016
  • Ashburton Library, just north of Central Croydon, presents a prime letting opportunity for a variety of uses. The building – which was historically a Convent – is locally Listed, comprises 6,222 sq ft and is located in the heart of Ashburton Park. Expressions of interest are invited from occupiers interested in taking a lease on all or part of the building. Uses should be sympathetic to the location in the park. Permitted Use is currently D1 but other uses which meet the criteria of Croydon Council will be considered. Uses that may be considered include: café, restaurant, nursery, education, sports, performance and health care. This list is not exhaustive, although a predominant area of the building should be utilised for community use.
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  • Making plans for Nigels

  • 11 February 2016
  • A new group ‘Nigels in Property’ has recently started to band together to promote a name which has become so uncool its back in vogue. The London property sector has so far only produced nine Nigels, who held an inaugural meeting in Mayfair last month, to dine and swap stories of the two things they primarily have in common – Property and being called Nigel! The next meeting of Nigels in Property is likely to be held this summer in a London location to be confirmed.
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  • SHW Professional case study

  • 10 February 2016
  • Many property news stories are about one-off deals, speculative launches or quarterly figures, but we shouldn’t forget that true client relations are derived from diligent year-on-year work behind the scenes, which can add value and yield significant benefit. For instance, SHW Professional Division was instructed in 2012 by the freeholder of a large retail warehouse with ancillary food sales in West Sussex. We have subsequently provided the following to add value and develop the client’s property interests:
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  • Community welcomes consultation on future of Hodson’s Mill

  • 8 February 2016
  • Feedback at the public consultation for the redevelopment of Hodson’s Mill, Robertsbridge, was mostly positive. More than 200 people attended the event on Tuesday, 26th January, (see below), to examine the proposed plans for 95 residential units and 2,430m2 of commercial space on the 9.9 acre site.
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