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Thursday, 21 November 2013

After over 100 years in the town centre, KD Radcliffe Ltd have relocated to new premises in Berechurch Hall Road.

Whybrow Chartered Surveyors were instructed to find Radcliffe a suitable building following the acquisition of their town centre shop by Fenwick as part of their £30 million redevelopment of their Williams & Griffin Store.

The Maypole, a 300 year old timber framed former pub was identified as suitable and acquired by Whybrow from Punch Taverns in January 2013?

The property had been empty and vandalised leading to significant water ingress and internal damage.

Whybrow’s project management department set about designed and project managing the substantial timber repairs; re-roofing and re-rendering. Once this was complete the externals and internal refit took place. The client is a gun specialist so heightened security measures were required including substantial CCTV, security fencing and alarm systems.

The project was successfully completed on time.

For more information on this or any other service Whybrow offer please do not hesitate to contact us on 01206 577667 or


Witham Industrial Investment Changes Hands

A circa 90,000 sq ft (8,361 sq m) single let industrial commercial investment has changed Landlords just in time for the New Year, Whybrow confirm.

Period Commercial Buildings Sold In Hadleigh

An attractive period office building in the centre of the attractive market town of Hadleigh, Suffolk has been sold by Whybrow.


Formerly owned and occupied by the founding partner of the long established engineering and building consultancy, Richard Jackson Partnership, read more about this completed sale just in time for Christmas trading.