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Bath Building Society hands out £ 6,500 in charity awards

Eight Charities and Community Groups from the local area are sharing £6,500 from Bath Building Society’s Annual Charity Awards scheme.  

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Property Showcase

Weston Lodge, Symes Park, Bath, BA1 4DW

Guide Price: £ 325,000

Splendid countryside views over Westmead Gardens to Kelston Roundhill from this superbly spacious second floor 1154sqft no chain apartment set within this elegant Georgian Grade II listed detached property. 



Property activity remains stable 

The latest Housing Index analysis from Rightmove suggests that property activity nationally is largely remaining stable despite the election run up, with the market maintaining its 2024 momentum. Carey Gilliland, Director of Madison Oakley explains more...

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An exclusive collection of five detached three and four bedroom homes

The Barn Garden is a collection of five carefully crafted brand new homes located in a semi-rural position in the Somerset village of Great Elm. Whilst being contemporary in style, the heritage of the area is subtly reflected in the design of each home with judicious use of natural materials such as the treated natural wood cladding and profiled metal sheeting.

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Property advice

Selling at auction? There’s a quicker way that could leave you quids in

The latest data analysis from quick sale specialists, Open Property Group, reveals that selling a home through a quick sale platform achieves a price almost £67,000 above that achieved at auction

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Interior designer Clair Strong shares her advice on how to choose colours for your home.

Choosing colours for your home is complex. It’s very much ruled by your emotional reaction to colour. Follow a few simple rules and you will be much more confident in your colour choices.


New homes 

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Property news

FTBs paying 191% more than their parents did

New research from My Home Move Conveyancing, the UK’s largest conveyancing services firm, reveals that even after adjusting for inflation, the cost of getting on the ladder today is 191% higher for the average first-time buyer versus what their parents would have paid in the ‘90’s, with the average earnings to house price ratio more than doubling from 4.0 in the 1990s to 8.1 today. 

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