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Established in 1985 as Whybrow Property and Financial Services by Roger Whybrow FRICS, the Company was sold to Halifax Building Society in 1989 and then acquired back by the Directors in 1992, since then we have remained fully independent.

 

Operating then as Whybrow Riches and Dodds, we rebranded as Whybrow Chartered Surveyors and Property Consultants in 1999 operating from period offices in central Colchester, close to the Mercury Theatre until 2012.

 

Following the end of our lease, the business then took the opportunity to acquire two adjoining offices extending to 4,000sq.ft with on site parking in a modern business park development at De Grey Square. Close to Colchester Business Park and with direct access to the A12 and the town centre, these premises offer a high quality open plan working environment and support accommodation including a large Boardroom.

 

Our dedicated team of Chartered Surveyors, graduates and support staff are available at all times to guide and advise our clients and applicants through all their commercial property needs.

FEATURED PROPERTIES

TO LET

13 New Street
BRAINTREE
Essex
CM7 1ER

A1 - Retail

FOR SALE/TO LET

37 Long Wyre Street
COLCHESTER
Essex
CO1 1LJ

A2 - Financial Services

TO LET

74a High Street
BRAINTREE
Essex
CM7 1JP

B1 - Offices

OUR SERVICES

FEATURED NEWS

Commercial Agency Prelet Success

We are proud to announce we have prelet just under 50,000 sq ft to Hollywood Bowl Group on a 25 year lease at Turnstones Northern Gateway Scheme.

Winerack Nearing Completion

As this incredible Ipswich development nears completion, please watch this video of our CEO Ewan Dodds and Client John Howard discussing the almost ready commercial units.