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June 13, 2016

Our service is in full bloom

We recently saw the end of another spectacular display at the annual Chelsea Flower Show. However, there are more fabulous flowers to look forward to seeing, as we head towards the summer months with the equally famous – and much larger – Hampton Court Flower Show commencing on 5th July.

With spring fully in the air and summer just round the corner, now is the perfect time to find your own perfect green space. Whether you are searching for a bijou balcony or a large, south facing garden for alfresco entertaining, Jackson-Stops & Staff offers properties for sale or to rent at price points suitable for all budgets. Here is a small selection from our Teddington office on the High Street:


Pharaohs Island, Shepperton


Broom Road, Teddington


Church Road, Teddington

If you are looking for something that little bit special, please do contact our experienced team, who would be delighted to help you.



June 9, 2016

Moving your property rental service into Top Gear with Jackson-Stops & Staff

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gear-1294844_1280After much anticipation, we have at last been able to settle down on a Sunday night and enjoy the long-awaited relaunch of the BBC’s Top Gear programme. As you will no doubt be aware, the newly formatted programme is co-presented by Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc, which has been met with mixed reviews from critics and fans alike. I personally feel that the show is pretty good, but so far it slightly lacks the classic chemistry of the previous presenters.


If you’re looking for some classic chemistry, you need look no further than the Hanworth Classic event taking place in Bushy Park on the 26th June, which will feature a host of classic vehicles, many of which have distinctly 50’s vintage vibe.

Terraced House to rent with garage, Fairways, Teddington, TW11

Terraced House to rent with garage Fairways, Teddington, TW11

Here at our established Jackson-Stops & Staff Teddington office on the High Street, we offer a classic service to our many long-term clients, marketing a wide range of properties to sell and rent; these include properties which provide garages, allocated or secure parking, in case you need somewhere safe to park your very own classic. Please do get in touch to discuss your property requirements, we would be delighted to help.

Mark Birch, Director, Teddington Lettings 0208 943 9955


June 7, 2016

Preparing your property to rent

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Lara Thake, Property Manager

Lara Thake, Property Manager

Lara Thake, from our Property Management team, offers some helpful hints to landlords who are about to market their rental property:

It may sound obvious but one thing tenants consider carefully when they are searching for a property is whether it is well maintained. They often see this is as a reflection of how the property will be looked after by the landlord during their tenancy. It doesn’t need to be perfect, but there are some tell-tale signs that indicate you will be a caring and vigilant landlord:

Is the decoration in order, or is it chipped, scuffed and generally tired? Are there historic leak stains present? Redecorating doesn’t have to be done throughout the property, sometimes the woodwork is in good condition but the walls need freshening up, or vice versa. This may only apply to one room or a hallway, which receive heavier traffic, or it could be that just the external parts of the property require attention. We would not recommend carrying out touch-ups if you need to paint a small area, as this can make the area look patchy. It is usually best to paint the whole wall to ensure uniformity of colour; more often than not, the price difference is smaller than you might expect. If you decide to carry out a full redecoration, it is best to stick to neutral colours, as this will mean your property appeals to a diverse group of people. Sometimes a particular colour can put off a potential tenant, which limits your market.
Are the carpets in good condition or are they discoloured, worn and fraying? If the carpets are in bad condition, it is something that people notice straight away. We spend a lot of time looking down, even if we don’t mean to. In a rental property it may be a good idea to replace the flooring with a hard wearing carpet, as this should wear better and prevent you from having to replace it regularly. Again, if you do decide to replace it, choose neutral colours to please the majority of viewing tenants. As a landlord, you have a responsibility to try to prevent accidents in the property and frayed carpet or rips could potentially cause trips or falls, which in turn could end up costing a lot in legal bills. Sometimes, only small parts of the carpet need to be replaced. If you have been prudent, you may have kept carpet off-cuts from the original installation. This will help if there is a small area with a stain or burn mark and there are contractors out there who can easily replace small areas for you. Alternatively, you should consider keeping a note of the carpet details and the contractor may be able to order a sample piece to use as replacement.
Is the garden tidy or overgrown? More often than not, the garden is the first and last thing a tenant sees on a viewing and outside space tends to become more of a consideration during the warmer weather. Simply cutting back trees/bushes/plants, weeding any flower beds and mowing the lawn can transform an ominous Jumanji-looking garden into an enticing area in which tenants can picture themselves during the summer months.
Is the furniture in good condition or it is tired/frayed? Sometimes no furniture is better than old tatty furniture. If you would rather not incur the cost of replacing the furniture, donate the old furniture to charity and market the property as unfurnished.
Are the window dressings in good condition or are they stained and ripped? Sometimes dry cleaning curtains can cost as much as replacing them and there is no guarantee that dry cleaning will improve their condition. It can be a good idea to recycle your old curtains/blinds and start again with a hard-wearing, tenant-friendly, neutral set of curtains or blinds. Tenants like to be reassured that they will have their privacy when they move into a property, so damaged curtains can be off-putting on a viewing.
Does everything work as it should or will tenants encounter loose door handles, rickety wardrobes and items held together with sticky tape? It does not take a lot to tighten up a door handle, add an extra screw to a wobbly shelf or replace a washer to stop a tap from leaking. If the address is number 9 but the door number is loose and has fallen down to read 6, this can be off-putting to tenants, who may worry that they might not receive their post. These are the sorts of issues that go through potential tenants’ minds when looking for a property. If you are unable to do these jobs yourself, a local handyman equipped with his tools and a ‘to do’ list can fix these for you.

House to rent Newstead Way, Wimbledon, SW19

House to rent Newstead Way, Wimbledon, SW19

Is the bathroom floor tiled and are the tiles in good condition or are they cracked/moving? If the bathroom floor tiles are cracked, the tenants may worry about walking on them barefoot, as they could injure themselves. Cracked tiles can also indicate an underlying issue with the level of the subfloor. If it is uneven this can sometimes indicate a leak, as water causes the wood to rot and move. This leak can simply be when someone steps out of the shower and water slips through the perishing grouting, compromising the subfloor. On occasion it can indicate something more sinister such as a pipe leak, so it may be an idea to get this checked. If you have sorted out any background issues and the subfloor is not damaged, it is sometimes possible to replace the individual cracked tiles and re-grout. This is only if you have some matching tiles and the cracked tiles can be removed without damaging the remaining floor area. You may decide it’s worth replacing the whole floor if more than one tile is cracked. Again, it is a good idea to stick to neutral colours and once the new tiles have been laid make sure to keep the grout in good condition to avoid having to replace the tiles too regularly.

Our established, dedicated Property Management team, based at our Wimbledon Village office, would be delighted to discuss any property management issues you might have.
Please do contact Lara on 020 8879 1199, or email on larathake@jackson-stops.com if you would like further information.

June 6, 2016

Meet the team: Adrian Mason

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Adrian Mason

Adrian Mason, Residential Development Director.

Adrian is based in our Mayfair Residential Development office and operates as a land agent in Central and Greater London.

Adrian specialises in the sale and acquisition of land and buildings suitable for residential and mixed use developments, as well as freeholds and investments for institutions and funds. His experience encompasses all manner of transactions from option agreements, conditional contracts and consented sites.

Adrian lives in Hertfordshire with his wife and two children.  He is a life-long Northampton Saints fan and enjoys skiing and wine, preferably in that order!

June 4, 2016

Are you feeling inspired today?

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13243811_245988485758532_6729931776384790491_oMark Birch, Director at our Teddington Lettings Office was feeling inspired when one of his ceramic sculptures was shortlisted for the V&A Inspired By competition; Mark has created a building block sculpture inspired by a clockwork car which was exhibited recently at the Bethnal Green Children’s Museum.

To view Mark’s building block sculpture, you can visit the Morley Gallery from the 17th May to 17th June, which will perhaps inspire you to create your very own piece of art?

If you are looking for a fresh and inspiring approach to marketing your property, or even some blue sky summer thinking in amongst the grey skies, please speak to the team at Jackson-Stops & Staff, Teddington, who would be delighted to help.     




June 1, 2016

Short Lets in the summer

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Camilla Molyneux, Mayfair Lettings Manager

With the summer months just around the corner we are entering the popular time for holidaymakers to come to the area for short stays of between 1-8 weeks.

The appeal of Mayfair is, of course, its exclusive location, which is easily recognisable on a map by the marked natural boundaries of Oxford Street, Regent Street, Park Lane and Piccadilly. This highly popular pocket of the West End houses the famous Berkeley Square, Grosvenor Square, Mount Street Gardens and is ideally nestled between two of London’s finest green spaces: Green Park and Hyde Park.

The accessibility to these beautiful areas is just one of the many draws to the area; others include the famous shopping streets, the incredible diversity of restaurants and numerous luxurious hotels. Short let accommodation is always in high demand at this time of the year and the more seasoned traveller will book their accommodation far in advance of the summer months in order to avoid disappointment.

For shorter stays (under 3 months) there are various options in Mayfair in the form of luxury serviced apartments, which are often set within 5* hotels and are highly sought after. The benefit of these self-contained apartments is the availability of services provided by the hotel, such as daily maid service, concierge and room service. If you would like to discuss the options available to you please do get in touch – we’d be delighted to assist you with your holiday planning. Camilla Molyneux, Lettings Manager, Mayfair, 17c Curzon Street, London, W1J 5HU on 020 7664 6644 or email on camillamolyneux@jackson-stops.com


May 24, 2016

London Design

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keyboard-1395316_1920Have you ever thought about the signs that we see in our stations and on our roads on our daily commute through London?

For all those design focused London Residents out there, there is an interesting new exhibition at the London Transport Museum ‘Designology’ exploring all aspects of those familiar daily sights such as the underground symbol.



May 23, 2016

Supply and Demand in the London Rental Market

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calculator-428294_1920Recent research findings from Rightmove suggest that a record number of buy-to-let properties were purchased by landlords in March 2016, just before the latest stamp duty changes came into effect on 1st April, which is good news for our motivated applicants. In theory this should translate into greater choice for tenants over the coming months.

Indeed, the data published by Rightmove showed an increase of 11.5%* in the number of UK rental properties becoming available in April to rent across the UK; in London, this figure was a notable 9.1%*.

Clearly, having a wider range of properties to choose from is a good thing for tenants. However, it will be some time before supply of rental property meets demand from tenants in the London areas we cover.

Our Jackson-Stops & Staff London network markets a fantastic variety of rental properties, which range from centrally located studio apartments through to substantial family houses within catchment of well-regarded schools. If you are a landlord looking for friendly and up-to-date advice from experienced experts then please do contact your local branch, we would be delighted to help.

To find out how much stamp duty will cost you on your buy-to-let property, please take a look at our latest Stamp Duty Calculator.

*Source: Property Partner

May 16, 2016

Make the most of outdoor features to add value this summer

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Tim Firth, director of sales at Jackson-Stops & Staff’s Weybridge branch, provides insight into the value outdoor features can add to your home.

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Detached House for sale Matham Road, KT8

We are now firmly into the busy spring property market season, and for those looking to sell their home in the commuter belt it is essential they ensure buyers are able to imagine themselves making good, active use of their home’s garden. A good-size private garden, on average, adds 15% to the selling price of a property in the Surrey area, so making the most of it by ensuring it is well-maintained and various areas of focus (for example, a patio area for entertaining and BBQs or an area with equipment such as swings for children) are clearly defined, will ensure the outdoor space does add its potential value. Demand for homes with lovely gardens and other outdoor features fluctuates with the seasons. During the colder months potential buyers on a viewing rarely venture into the garden, unable to imagine what it will be like in the summer when they will be looking to make the most of it. However, at this time of the year an attractive and functional garden space holds much more significance.


Detached House for sale Onslow Road, KT12

When it comes to outdoor features, those looking to purchase property in the private estates of Weybridge, Esher, Cobham and Oxshott will often be swayed by a tennis court. They are particularly attractive to families with children who have regular lessons and want to hone their skills further and, of course, a tennis court is great for entertainment. Tennis courts can add around £50,000 to the price of a home. When looking to sell it is important to ensure the tennis court has a well-maintained appearance, which will help prospective buyers imagine themselves making use of it. If it is perceived as needing a lot of work and upkeep, a buyer might not feel it is worth the significant premium.

Swimming pools tend to deter a number of buyers due to the high level of

Detached House for sale Broadwater Road South, Burwood Park, KT12 - See more at: http://www.jackson-stops.co.uk/cgi-bin/properties/summary-details.pl?propID=66444#sthash.UShFtOXu.dpuf

Detached House for sale Broadwater Road South, Burwood Park, KT12

maintenance involved, but in the right area and for the right type of buyer who sees the benefits, they can add value to a property, in the region of £100,000. Large homes in the Surrey area with swimming pools are highly sought after by families, but it is essential that they are perceived as safe. Ways to achieve this include fencing or a walk-on cover.

Now is the ideal time to put your home on the market, so make sure your garden is well-maintained and ready for the summer. If you would like further information on how you can add value to your property or would like to market your home through Jackson-Stops & Staff, please call the team on 01932 821160.

May 10, 2016

The Moreton Triangle

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Lupus Street, SW1V

There is a little corner of Pimlico, just moments from the Underground Station and the River which is known locally as the Moreton Triangle. 

Moreton Street hosts a collection of boutique shops and restaurants providing a lovely lifestyle stop-off for those in the surrounding areas. Benefitting from a Pizza Express, local tapas bar Goya, the deli Khallouk & Taylor, to name a few as well as some surprise wedding dress and vintage boutiques.

Jackson-Stops & Staff, Pimlico currently have two properties to rent located either end of Moreton Street and plenty more to view within a short distance.


Lupus Street, Pimlico


Lupus Street, Pimlico

Flat to rent Lupus Street, London, SW1V and

Flat to rent St. Georges Square, London, SW1V


April 29, 2016

A Word from our Mayfair Sales Manager, Nicholas Austin

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Nicholas Austin, Sales Manager, Mayfair

Nicholas Austin, Sales Manager, Mayfair

Ever since the Edwardian era, Indian families have chosen to own property in Mayfair.  It is reported that approximately 3,000 Indian families choose to live in the area and during the last six months we have seen a huge increase in the number of Indian buyers offering on property though our Jackson-Stops & Staff office on Curzon Street.  It could be that The Lodha Group’s recent purchase of the Canadian Embassy on Grosvenor Square has put Mayfair firmly back on the map – I, for one, am excited to see that rejuvenation works have now commenced to the building. However, there is also long, established history in the area, with The Washington Hotel, Flemings Hotel and The May Fair Hotel all being owned by Indian families.  In these uncertain economic times, Mayfair remains the safest place by far to invest one’s money; capital growth in recent years has commanded better yields than banks’ savings accounts, meaning that people continue to want to be in Mayfair to ensure a sound investment for their future.  We have seen a 75% increase in the number of Indian buyers registered with us and they are typically looking at purchases between the 8-12 million pound price bracket. As the next few months unfold and with the uncertainty surrounding Britain’s position within the European community, I believe we will see increased activity in the Mayfair property market as people flock back to the established safety of this area. Finally, if tea in one of Mayfair’s many five star hotels is a little out of the budget then I can highly recommend the newly opened Café Mish, owned by Gush Jutley and located in the historic Shepherd’s Market, which is well worth a visit. 


April 27, 2016

Meet the Team: Ben Babington

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Ben Babington

Ben Babington, Director Residential Development

Ben is head of the New Homes Sales and Development Consultancy departments for the group.

Ben has extensive experience in new homes sales and marketing, as well as critiquing new developments to maximise saleability. He has acted for all manner of developers from small, niche firms, to the largest national house builders.  Ben is based in our head office in Mayfair and also has a desk in our regional Residential Development office in Weybridge.

Ben lives with his family in rural Hampshire, along with his Labrador and six chickens! In his spare time he plays guitar for a local band; ‘The Racketeers’.


April 21, 2016

Happy 90th Birthday to her Majesty the Queen

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Happy 90th Birthday to her Majesty the Queen

Queens 90th Birthday A4

April 5, 2016

Meet the Team: Zoe Mercer

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Zoe Mercer

Zoe Mercer

Zoe Mercer, Associate Director, Residential Development & Investment

Zoe joined Jackson-Stops & Staff in 2008 and manages the sales of our central London new homes projects from our Residential Development office in Mayfair. She started her career in residential agency in the late 1990’s and has a wealth of new homes experience, having worked on a diverse range of development projects across central London.

In her spare time, Zoe enjoys sharing the delights of Central London life with her young son, followed by a pint of Guinness at the end of the day!

March 26, 2016

From Little Acorns…

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Little AcornsThis week we are delighted to be celebrating the ten year work anniversary of Georgina Clarke, the wonderful Lettings Director of our Pimlico and Westminster branch.

Georgina began working for Jackson-Stops & Staff back in 2006 and since then the team has gone from strength to strength. We believe this is largely down to the established working relationship that Georgina enjoys with her colleague, Harry Buchanan, Director of Sales.

The pair share strongly-held values about the way they like to do things and have built a reputation for providing an excellent, trusted and highly personal service to their clients. Georgina is passionate about the area in which she works – everything from the beautiful architecture to the friendly community spirit.Family Tree



A country girl at heart, Georgina has recently purchased a rural ‘bolt hole’ in Wiltshire where, like many of her clients, she loves to balance the pace of Pimlico life with the wide open spaces of the beautiful countryside.

Congratulations on your ten years, Georgina!



March 24, 2016

Meet the Team: Andrew Simpson

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Andrew Simpson

Andrew Simpson, Group Residential Development Director

Andrew is responsible for the operation of the Residential Development departments for the London offices of Jackson-Stops & Staff and its sister firm, Frank Harris & Company.

Andrew has desks in our Mayfair head office and in our regional Residential Development office in Weybridge. He specialises in the sale and acquisition of development sites and has extensive experience acting for a wide range of developers and landowners.

Andrew lives with his family in West Sussex; in his spare time, he loves skiing and restoring classic cars.  To discuss any of your property needs, please call Andrew on 01932 821160.

March 22, 2016

The changing faces of Blewcoat School

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IMG_0917There is a lovely little red brick building on the edges of Westminster and St. James which was home to the former Blewcoat School, built in 1709 by a London brewer to provide education to poor children in the area. tumblr_inline_nzrh67svrY1rhvlje_540 The school acquired its name by the distinctive uniform worn by the pupils, which included entailed long blue coats. Since 1926 the building has served as a military store, a Girl Guides club and a National Trust shop.  Today it is now the home to the famous wedding dress designer, Ian Stuart. 

We are currently marketing a lovely flat in Artillery Mansions just around the corner – fit for a designer.   Do get in touch with the Pimlico team to discuss your property requirements with us, we would be delighted to help.


March 14, 2016

Guide to Buying a New Build Home

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Detached House for sale Mayfield Road, Weybridge, KT13

Detached House for sale Mayfield Road, Weybridge, KT13

Buying a home is perhaps the most important purchase you will ever make and the Jackson-Stops & Staff Residential Development team will offer you all the support you need throughout the purchase process.

There are 4 key stages in buying a new build home:

  1. The Reservation Process
  2. The Conveyancing Process
  3. Exchange of Contracts
  4. Completion


Stage 1: The Reservation Process

When you have chosen your property, you will usually need to complete a reservation form. This will clearly set out the agreed price for the property and the time by which contracts must be exchanged. The reservation will also be subject to paying a reservation fee, at which point the chosen property will usually be removed from the market and a period of exclusivity granted. However, if you fail to exchange contracts within the stipulated time frame the property may go back onto the market and you may lose your deposit and incurred costs, such as legal fees.

Ensure you have received a copy of the Consumer Code for Home Builders, as this sets the mandatory requirements that all Home Builders must meet in their marketing and selling of New Homes and their after-sales customer service. It also sets out the terms by which any deposit will be held.

Stage 2: The Conveyancing Process

NB. This assumes a 28 day exchange deadline

Week One

  • Instruct a solicitor/firm of solicitors and establish who will be dealing with your purchase
  • Put your instructed solicitor in cleared funds so searches can be applied for. These can take up to 28 days to be returned, so it is vital this is done without delay.
  • Complete the mandatory checks for Anti Money Laundering Regulations with your solicitor
  • Apply for a mortgage (if applicable)
  • Put your mortgage provider/financial adviser in funds for your survey/valuation fees
  • If you have a related sale, ensure that your buyer will not delay the exchange of contracts deadline

Week Two

  • Ask your solicitor to raise any enquiries
  • Ensure that an appointment is scheduled for your survey/valuation

Week Three

  • Check with your mortgage provider/financial adviser that your survey/valuation has been carried out and when you expect to receive your mortgage offer
  • Check with your solicitor
    • Any enquiries have been responded to
    • All searches have been received and that any enquiries arising from the searches have been raised
  • Put your solicitor in cleared funds of your deposit and in sufficient time to achieve your exchange deadline.

Week Four

  • Ensure your mortgage offer has been received
  • Make an appointment with your solicitor to sign appropriate documentation for the contract and mortgage offer


Stage 3: Exchange Contracts

During the reservation period, your solicitor would have undertaken the entire necessary due diligence to enable you to be in a position to formally exchange contracts. When all parties are happy with the agreements, the contracts can be formally exchanged at which time you will sign the contract and pay the deposit, which is usually 10% of the purchase price. After exchange of contracts you are legally bound to purchase the property.

37 studio, one, and two bedroom loft apartments in a Victorian Warehouse Conversion in Vauxhall. Prices from £450,000

37 studio, one, and two bedroom loft apartments in a Victorian Warehouse Conversion in Vauxhall. Prices from £450,000

Stage 4: Completion

At the time the initial reservation deposit is paid, an approximate completion date will have been given. This is often nothing more than a season in a given year (ie. summer/autumn) or an approximate date in the future. Depending on the timescale of the development, you may receive a revised target date for completion after exchange of contracts.

You will be served with a completion notice via your solicitor which will formalise the date you will be expected to complete. The period of time between this notice and your completion date will have been set at exchange of contracts.

During this period you will need to:

  • Ensure mortgage funds are available. Your solicitor will liaise with your lender once notice has been received but it would be prudent to converse with your IFA or mortgage adviser.
  • Put your solicitor in funds for completion. This will be the purchase price, less the sum of deposits and reservation fees already paid.

March 7, 2016

We’ll put a spring in your step!

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FullSizeRenderWell, it’s felt like a long, cold and wet winter at times, but finally the start of many people’s favourite season is in sight, beginning on Sunday 20th March. Indeed, it seems that spring has come early for many of the plants most often associated with this season of renewal. Lizzie Leigh from our Marketing Department was able to capture these pretty photographs close to our Weybridge office on Queens Road this week; the daffodils were out in all their glory as Lizzie took her dog, Monty, for a favourite walk of theirs along the beautiful Weybridge towpath. With the lighter evenings ahead of us, spring truly is the perfect time to show your property off to maximum effect. Do contact your local branch of Jackson-Stops & Staff to arrange an up to date appraisal of your property and to discuss how we can help.


March 4, 2016

Artful mingling at the Lacey Contemporary Gallery

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IMG_0639Our Jackson-Stops & Staff team in Holland Park was delighted to host the second of a series of events they are sponsoring at the Lacey Contemporary Gallery last night.


The elegant, well-regarded gallery is situated on Clarendon Cross, just a stone’s throw away from our Holland Park office on Portland Road. The evening provided a wonderful opportunity for members of our team to chat to residents from the local community over a glass of wine and delicious canapés, whilst taking in the beautiful artworks adorning the walls.


If you live close by to our Holland Park office, do pop in to find out details about the next event they are hosting, they would love to see you.


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