Estates & Rural Business Articles
5th May 2022
The Double Red Duke is a seventeenth century Cotswold stone coaching inn close to Oxford and Burford, and only minutes away from William Morris's Kelmscott, the village where the famous designer and founding figure of the Arts & Crafts Movement lived.
Sit by one of its many fires in winter or in the stunning gardens in summer, eat, drink and stay in one of its 19 beautiful bedrooms and walk some of the most idyllic countryside around.
A seat at the 10 seater chef’s counter is a brilliant experience. Order your wood fired scallops, steak, flat breads and whatever else you fancy from the menu or specials board and you get to watch Henrik and his team cook it all in front of you. Ever wondered how to cook that perfect T-bone? Well,... more
22nd February 2021
Cotswold Gold- Extra Virgin Rapeseed Oil - Grown, harvested and pressed by Charlie Beldam in the Cotswolds
Cotswold Gold is a premium, extra virgin rapeseed oil made using traditional cold pressing methods. This preserves the natural health benefits of the seed, creating an oil naturally high in vitamin E, rich in omegas 3, 6 and 9, and low in cholesterolCotswold Gold only use crops grown on their family farm in the Cotswolds to ensure that only the finest seeds are pressed to create their vibrant, golden oil. All oil is grown, harvested, pressed and bottled in the Cotswolds. With its natural health benefits and extremely versatile cooking properties, Cotswold Gold is unquestionably the best oil to use for all your culinary needs, from salad dressings to high temperature frying. Cotswold Gold extra virgin cold pressed rapeseed oil can be used... more
28th May 2020
On the 1st June 2019 the above Act came into force across England and introduced fundamental changes to the fees and charges that landlords, and/or letting agents, can seek to recover from a tenant.
Whilst the legislation applied to all new tenancies from 1st June 2019, it also includes all ongoing tenancies from the 1st June 2020.
What does this mean for your tenancy agreement that you have ongoing with your current tenant? In essence, the Act bans all... more
13th May 2020
“A week is a long time in politics” – so is a day! In the morning yesterday the Housing Secretary tells us no easing on estate agency and in the afternoon the Health Secretary amends the Covid-19 regulations that allow buyers, tenants and agents to travel to visit houses!
Accordingly we are now able to organise viewings and market appraisals and, importantly buyers and tenants know that they are now allowed to come and see houses and to resume their moving plans. ... more
12th May 2020
These remain difficult times for all and we hope everyone is staying safe and well. We are very conscious of people’s livelihoods.
The Housing Secretary confirmed after the Prime Minister’s statement on Monday on Covid-19 that the restrictions placed on house selling and renting were not to be eased. We continue to follow Government guidelines, despite our eagerness to “get back to work” for our clients and staff.... more