Category: News

Barnes Christmas Festival

Thank you to all of our clients who popped in for a glass of fizz at The Barnes Christmas Festival on Friday 8th December. The face painting was a huge success with the little ones and a good time was had by all! Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year from […]

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Thyme and Plaice Concert sponsored by Charles Banks

Charles Banks Estate Agents were proud to sponsor the ‘Thyme and Plaice’ Concert on Tuesday the 21st of March at St Paul’s School’s Wathen Hall. As part of the Barnes Music Festival the evening was organised by FiSH Neighbourhood Care and was attended by approximately 300 people and featured talented musicians and artists, including the […]

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Charles Banks Estate Agents, a long-time supporter of local charity FiSH Neighbourhood Care, are proud to sponsor their 2017 fundraising concert, ‘Thyme and Plaice’ on Tuesday the 21st of March at St Paul’s School’s Wathen Hall. The evening of ‘musical delicacies’ includes songs by Noel Coward, Tom Lehrer, and Flanders and Swann along with tasters of Java Jive […]

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Residential Sales – Quarterly Newsletter – Q4

As the area overview clearly shows (data compiled by Lonres research) we now have a clearer view of the impact that Brexit and the increased levels of Stamp Duty have had on the property market, as well as the current actual trends. Flats priced at between £550,000 – £650,000 achieved an increase of 33% in price paid […]

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Upcoming Events in Barnes

The BCA will continue to organise some excellent community events. Here are the dates for your diary: BCA Duck Race, Saturday April 15 Barnes Fair, Saturday July 8 Barnes Food Fair, Saturday September 16 BCA Jumble Sale, Friday October 6 & Saturday October 7 Barnes Charity Fashion Show, Wednesday October 11 and Thursday October 12 […]

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Residential Sales – Quarterly Newsletter – Q3

Estimating the impact on house prices in the aftermath of Brexit is not an easy task. If we were to compare the economic crisis of 2007 and the consequential slowdown in business and sales transactions that followed, we would see that the impact felt as a result of Brexit has been far less dramatic than […]

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