Neath estate agent Herbert R Thomas (HRT) has refurbished its offices giving homebuyers, sellers, landlords and tenants access to the latest technologies and services.
The renovation has included a new, illuminated window display outside the office and a swinging board advertising the office.
Inside the office, the colour scheme has been modernised to coincide with the style of HRT’s newest office in Bridgend, which opened in 2014. There is also a large television in the office which will profile properties currently on the market. The estate agents will also feature a ‘property of the month’ within the newly refurbished office.
At 9am on Wednesday 29th April, Luke England will set off on a journey of almost 200 miles in a dash to get him to the church on time to marry fiancée Harriet Clarke.
Luke, together with his father Nigel England and groomsmen - Herbert R Thomas’ partner James Mordecai, Julian Hitchcock, Freddie Hitchcock, Oliver Ladbrooke-Davies, Martyn England, Fraser Clarke and Josh Clarke are making the journey in a bid to raise funds for Velindre cancer centre.
A multi-service transport company has tripled its capacity with a long term lease of a new depot in Bridgend.
Clarke Transport has relocated from Kenfig Industrial Estate to a 37,000 sq ft warehouse on a site of two acres at Central Park in Bridgend Industrial Estate to accommodate growing customer demand.
The transport company, which specialises in transporting non-temperature controlled chemicals, has signed a 15 year lease with landlords Robert Hitchins Ltd on the redeveloped site which is marketed by Knight Frank and Herbert R Thomas (HRT Commercial).
Two local landowners are urging South Wales Land Development to join them in creating a comprehensive scheme to alleviate concerns caused by Taylor Wimpey’s proposed plans, which has resulted in over 230 objections from local people.
The Hardy and Davies families, whose adjoining 30 acres of land is the subject of a planning application by Persimmon and Bellway Homes, is appealing to South Wales Land Development to collaborate with them to invest in solutions to address flooding problems and congestion issues in Rhoose.
Record prices for South Wales mountain rams have been achieved at Penderyn Market according to auctioneers Herbert R Thomas (HRT).
At this year’s biggest individual ram sale, HRT received the top price of £6,200 guineas paid by Mr CE John of Dan Y Graig Farm for a yearling ram presented by Mr HE Parkes of New House Farm in Shropshire.
The open sale of rams and ram lambs last month saw a packed ring of buyers bidding for 500 entries.