Have your sayA prominent commercial agents in Peterborough is celebrating after winning a prestigious award for the fifth year running. Barker Storey Matthews (BSM), which has offices in Thorpe Road, Peterborough, has been named as East of England Overall Winner by property research specialists, EGi. It is the fifth year in succession the company has won the title at the EGi's annual Most Active Agents Competition awards.
High profile commercial deals in Peterborough have helped power sales and profits for a leading company. The sale of the former premises of childcare supplies retailer Kiddicare, in Cygnet Park, Hampton, was one of the highlights of the year for commercial agents Savills. The premises, which had been home to Kiddicare for a decade, were sold to European Tyre Enterprise. The amount paid for the buildings has not been undisclosed but the asking price had been £10 million.
Have your sayThe grade two listed 26 Priestgate has been sold to Visage Orthodontics Ltd for an undisclosed sum. The premises have been sold by Premiercrest Executive Pension Trust. Richard Cousley, owner of Visage Orthodontics Ltd, said: "I'm delighted to have purchased such a prime historic building in the heart of Peterborough. "We look forward to integrating some of the most advanced 3D equipment and clinical techniques in the UK into the character of this listed building."
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