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July 7, 2014

The Grass Is Always Greener

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 10:00 am

We are delighted that the garden we are sponsoring at this year’s RHS Hampton Court Flower Show, Marcus Green’s ‘The Grass Is Always Greener’, is now complete and awaiting judgment! Naturally we will keep you informed of progress.

This beautiful annual event begins with a  preview evening today, Monday 7th July; members of staff from across our network of offices will be positioned by the garden throughout the duration of the show, please do come and say hello if you are attending this week.photo

July 4, 2014

All the fun of the fair!

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ManbyOur Weybridge office  is delighted to be sponsoring the BBQ once again at this year’s Manby Lodge Infant School Fair, which is being held on July 12th from 12 noon until 2pm.


The burgers will be supplied by fantastic local Oatlands Village butcher, Maurice Jones,  and members of the PTA will be on hand to flip them on the day.



Do pop along to support this fantastic primary school and grab yourself a burger from our sponsored stall!

July 1, 2014

Glad to be of service

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , — JSS London @ 9:39 am

We are delighted to announce that the London offices of Jackson-Stops & Staff have joined the Institute of Customer Service, with our membership of the organisation commencing from today, Tuesday 1st July 2014.

David Parris, our Group Operations Director, says of the membership: ‘We have always placed the delivery of excellent customer service at the top of our agenda. In addition to our values, I believe it is our commitment to this area of our business that is a principal reason for our enduring success. By taking up membership of the Institute, alongside the likes of Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Unilever, we have pledged to undertake the necessary internal audits and staff training to attain accreditation from this highly regarded organisation.’

Membership of the Institute provides the opportunity to benchmark against other organisations in a range of sectors; opportunities to share with and learn from other members within the extensive network; access to our research and insight; and the opportunity to drive service professionalism, through customer service qualifications programmes.

We are looking forward to getting started!

June 30, 2014

Chelsea Past and Present

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: — JSS London @ 10:34 am

We were delighted to receive a copy of this wonderfully evocative photograph from a local resident, who has kindly provided us with a truly fascinating insight into the history of our Chelsea office on Cadogan Street. The image is of our neighbour’s father-in-law and his grandparents standing outside their shop; it reminds us of one of our Jackson-Stops & Staff advertising campaigns: ‘Times change, standards endure.’

Past…and present:


Chelsea Office 001

June 24, 2014

The grass is always greener?

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , — JSS London @ 11:20 am

gardengardenJackson-Stops & Staff was extremely proud to sponsor one of the seven concept gardens at the 2014 Hampton Court Flower Show, which opened with a preview evening on the 7th July, ahead of the main show opening to the public on 8th July.

The theme for the concept gardens this year was the seven deadly sins and  Jackson-Stops & Staff were sponsoring Marcus Green’s garden, representing envy, which was entitled The Grass Is Always Greener.


The garden depicted a beautiful unmown meadow with wild flowers and grasses.  At its centre was the perfect lawn so many gardens envy, but perfection comes as a price and the perfect neatly clipped lawn protected by a Perspex box was in fact made of artificial grass.  The artificial lawn demonstrated how true perfection can never be achieved; many visitors who saw the garden told our staff who were manning our stand that they considered true beauty to be in the natural meadow planting, as opposed to the idea of a perfect lawn.

We were absolutely delighted when Marcus Green achieved a silver medal for his design.



June 16, 2014

Be at the heart of the World Cup action in Teddington!

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 9:18 am

Last night saw the start of the greatly anticipated World Cup, with the host nation Brazil beating Croatia

To celebrate this momentous occasion, Teddington High Street is lined with the flags of all the nations taking part…we have the flag of Iraq above the office odds on 2500/1 to win.

Our local Teddington Arms pub  will be showing all the matches if you are looking for somewhere atmospheric to watch the games

If you want to be totally on top of the action we at Jackson-Stops & Staff are pleased to present to the market a spacious two bedroom apartment above the Teddington Arms, giving you the excuse to watch every match! For more information, please contact our Teddington Lettings Department, on 020 8943 9955 or teddington@jackson-stops.co.uk




June 10, 2014

Let them eat cake!

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 10:38 am



CakeTim Firth, our Associate Director of Sales in the Weybridge office, was delighted to receive an email from one of his happy clients this morning, with this beautiful photo attached. The cake was commissioned for a party to celebrate completion of our clients’ new home; we wish them every happiness!


June 9, 2014

A Perfect Day for Polo

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Nick and CamillaNick and Camilla 2Nicholas Austin and Camilla Molyneux from our Mayfair office were happy to take up the kind invitation from Mayfair Magazine to attend Polo in the Park this weekend, which was held at the Hurlingham Club.  As you can see from the photo, ‘Pudding’ the JSS mascot also enjoyed the day hugely. 


May 15, 2014

A Hidden Gem

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , — JSS London @ 1:03 pm

photo 3On the way to a valuation in St James’s this morning, our Lettings Manager, Camilla Molyneux, stumbled upon an entrance passage called ‘Pickering Place’ which leads to one of London’s smallest squares, where the original gaslights, unspoilt Georgian architecture and quiet seclusion take you straight back to Georgian times. In the 18th Century this seclusion was one of the reasons that Pickering Place was notorious for its gambling dens, bear baiting and duels! Today is it one of the few places in London still lit by gaslight. A hidden gem indeed!

May 12, 2014

Our Teddington office attends the annual TRFC Dinner Dance

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , — JSS London @ 11:53 am

Our Teddington team enjoyed a fantastic night out at the Teddington Rugby Club’s annual dinner dance, which was held at St Mary’s College on Strawberry Hill Road on Saturday night.

The Teddington team

The Teddington team

The event kicked off with a champagne reception, followed by dinner and some great news about the successes of the club this season. It is clear that all the members have enjoyed some real highs (results) and lows (severe flooding of the pitches at the start of the year) and also that the women are doing particularly well at the moment – congratulations, ladies!

As main sponsors of the Teddington Minis, we are always keen to hear updates about how the boys are doing. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening and once again it reinforced what a well-supported local club it is, full of local members who are passionate about their teams!


Go the Minis!

May 1, 2014

Frank Harris take it in their stride

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , — JSS London @ 10:26 am

ldn legal bannerLeading London Estate Agents, Frank Harris & Company, are proud part sponsors of this year’s London Legal Walk on the 19th May.


The event will be the tenth of its kind and is a 10km walk around the City, predominantly for members of the legal profession, to raise funds to provide free legal advice for those who are unable to afford it.

Last year’s walk raised over half a million pounds with over 7,500 participants and it is hoped this year will exceed those numbers on both counts.

Tina Evans, Director of Frank Harris & Co which will be fielding its own team, commented:

“We are a local independent firm and strongly believe in putting back into the community which has supported our business over the course of 30 years. The Legal Walk is an excellent example of our integration with the legal community and the funds raised will go towards assisting those who need them most.”

As part of its sponsorship, Frank Harris & Company is providing a photo booth for triumphant but, no doubt, slightly exhausted walkers to record their evening; there will also be an airstream photobooth that will allow participants to publish photos on social media instantly. The event will be followed by a street party in Carey Street and Bell Yard.

For further information about the walk, please click on the following link: http://londonlegalsupporttrust.org.uk/our-events/london-legal-walk-2014/sponsors-of-the-london-legal-walk/ and for live updates on the day, follow @frankharris_uk   #legalwalk



April 15, 2014

Proud of our relationship with AquAid

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 1:14 pm

Well from The Golden CrossThe Africa Trust Well At Jackson-Stops and Staff we are aware that keeping our staff members hydrated will aid them to perform at their very best throughout the work day. As a result, we decided to invest in water coolers from AquAid – our unique relationship with AquAid has also given our company the opportunity to help those less fortunate than ourselves.

Our decision to install a water cooler from AquAid means that  for each of the machines that we have, we have donated £20 per year per cooler to The Africa Trust. Through our contributions to The Africa Trust, an ‘Elephant Pump’ is being installed in Africa on our behalf. This pump will bring much needed, clean, fresh drinking water and improve the quality of life of those who will have access to our well.

Our company’s name will be displayed proudly on our well and we look forward to adding some photos and letters of thanks from the villages to our site in the near future.

AquAid, along with their sister company PerfectPrinter Cartridges http://www.perfectprintercartridges.co.uk/ have to date donated over 6 Million Pounds to Charity.





April 14, 2014

Teddington Minis on the Move!

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 1:36 pm

Our Teddington office is the proud main sponsor of the Teddington Rugby Minis and we love to keep up to date with their matches and hear how they’re getting on. The Minis had their tour to Somerset last weekend and the U12 won a hard fought win 10-9 against Nailsea (their old Chairman’s current club as his family decamped to the West country last year). Last Thursday the U12s went off to Toulon for their “Coming of Age Tour,” which is the highlight of their time in the Minis as they will be progressing to Juniors next season.

In the meantime, the club has been working extremely hard to raise funds for the rebuild of their fantastic new clubhouse. Take a look to see how they’ve been getting on:


Go the Minis!

The Sun Shines on Berkeley Square

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , — JSS London @ 12:19 pm



Image courtesy of www.halcyongallery.com

Image courtesy of www.halcyongallery.com

The beautiful sculptures and installations by the talented Dale Chihuly have found homes in some of London’s most iconic spaces, including The Victoria & Albert Museum and The Botanical Garden’s at Kew. 

After studying Interior Design at the University of Washington, Chihuly learnt the art of glass blowing at the Venini Glass Factory in Venice. Following his time in Italy he went on to become a founder of the Pilchuck Glass School in Washington State which has been central to the international appreciation for the use of glass as a medium in Fine Art. His work has been included in over 200 hundred museum collections worldwide, as well as installing a series of sculptures en plein air in different destinations, notably in 1995 with pieces hung over the canals of Venice as a homage to his ‘education’ there.

Mayfair has provided a home to Chihuly’s work since 2012 with his stunning ‘Torchlight Chandelier’ positioned outside the main entrance to The Dorchester Hotel.

The Halcyon Gallery is currently hosting an exhibition: Dale Chihuly, Beyond the Object. The exhibition has welcomed more than 21,000 visitors to date and the Gallery has extended its period of occupancy enabling more people to enjoy the gallery space transformed by his magnificent work.

From 3rd April 2014, Mayfair’s Berkeley Square will be home to a 14 foot installation called ‘The Sun’ courtesy of The Halcyon Gallery.  Consisting of over 1,300 hand blown glass elements, the sculpture weighs in at nearly 2000kg and will be illuminated daily at nightfall. The exhibition is open until the 21st April and admission is free.

Why not do a quick tour of Chihuly in Mayfair on your lunchbreak? Walk from the Halcyon Gallery on New Bond Street, through to see ‘The Sun’ on Berkeley Square, stop in at our Mayfair Office to discuss all of your property needs and after all that pop into the Dorchester, admiring the ‘Torchlight Chandelier’ as you go!


March 24, 2014

Mayfair’s Hidden (Green) Gems

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , — JSS London @ 10:00 am


MayfairMayfair 1An Englishman’s home is his castle and this ‘castle’ is often accompanied by grounds, or in the case of most people, a garden. In many city centres, London being no exception, homes with gardens are extremely hard to find; a window box with a half-alive basil plant is as close as many of us get to anything vaguely horticultural.

Parks provide a garden for many, vast green spaces such as Hyde Park offer Londoners a place to relax, run and breathe in cleaner air than the usual pavement side smog. Certain parts of London, particularly within the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea are home to many ‘communal gardens’. As Hugh Grant explained in that film, communal gardens or garden squares were created as a private amenity to be enjoyed by residents of the square. There are different rules in place as to who can use the gardens depending on the square in question- for one square in Holland Park, you need to live within 100 metres of the square, for another you actually need to be able to see the square from your property in order to gain access. Some squares have a long list of people waiting to be granted a key; rumour has it the waiting time for a key for Ladbroke Square Garden is two years!!

Mayfair is home to something even more special: secret gardens which are not visible from maps or street level, secret gardens to which access is not even guaranteed if you live around the garden itself. Green Street, South Street and South Audley Street are home to these treasured corners of green in the heart of W1. So few people know about these hidden gems tucked away in central Mayfair, they only add to the appeal of the already highly desirable postcode.

The Mayfair Office of Jackson-Stops & Staff is proud to introduce you to a fabulous property on Green Street. A gorgeous split-level property which has large bay windows in both the living room and the bedroom, facing southwards onto the beautiful gardens. Properties so rarely come on with outlooks like this that early viewings are certainly recommended:


March 14, 2014

Another successful year at MIPIM

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Andrew & AdrianBen MIPIMphoto drinks 5Hugo drinksIt’s been another great year for our Residential Development team at MIPIM, the annual property conference held in Cannes. The setting has been superb, as ever, the sun has shone and the team has enjoyed meeting up with many friends and industry colleagues.

Our drinks event, which we co-hosted with Davon and BLP Insurance on Wednesday evening, was a great success and enjoyed by everybody who attended. We’re already looking forward to next year.

March 11, 2014

Our Residential Development team arrives for MIPIM 2014!

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The JSS Residential Development team arriving for this year's MIPIM.

The JSS Residential Development team arriving for this year’s MIPIM.

We were pleased to see that the Jackson-Stops & Staff Residential Development team arrived safely this morning for this year’s MIPIM, the high profile property conference that is held annually in Cannes. From left to right, we have Andrew Simpson, Adrian Mason, Hugo Stuttaford and Ben Babington in attendance.The team has a packed schedule ahead of them over the coming days, it certainly won’t all be about sipping cocktails under clear blue skies and palm trees!

The TRFC new clubhouse build is well under way!

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 11:45 am

CGI of how the clubhouse will look when completed.

CGI of how the clubhouse will look when completed.

As proud lead sponsors of the Teddington Minis, we are delighted to see how works are progressing on the build of their new clubhouse!


Here are some details about the build schedule itself:

With the project funding all secured work commenced on site on Monday 6th January.

You can take a look at photographs of progress by clicking here

The project is going to be completed in 3 phases as follows;

Phase 1 - Construction of a new extension which will contain the bar, club-room, kitchen, cold room, plant room and store. Upgrading of external drainage, sewers and utilities. (due for completion at end of April)

Phase 2 - Conversion of the current social area, kitchen, bar and toilets into of 2 RFU compliant changing rooms with toilets and showers, plus construction of new male & female toilets and a disabled toilet.

Phase 3 - Refurbishment of the remainder of the existing changing rooms and replacement of roof and external cladding.

In the first week the contractors prepared the site, erected a secure compound and mobile office, carried out footpath and cricket outfield protection measures and carried out final surveys of the site and surrounding area.

The week beginning Monday 13th January – the piling operation commenced. A series of steel piles will be driven up to 7 metres into the ground. These piles are what the steel base of the new building will sit on.

The week beginning Monday 20th January – the piling continues, but due to the extremely wet weather has been slow.

The week beginning 27th January – Piling is complete, but due to the waterlogged ground each steel pile has been driven in up to 8 metres deep. Work on the concrete pile caps will be the focus for this week. Work on the groundworks and drainage has also started.

The week beginning 3rd Feb – Completion of pile caps and continuation of drainage and groundworks. Steel ground frame is due to be delivered on 10th Feb and beam and block floor to be delivered on 12th Feb.

Weeks 4-6 – Steel ground frame delivered, assembled and installed. Block and beam floor laid. Continuation of the upgrading of the groundwater drainage and sewage system. Block walls of new area built.

Weeks 6-8 – over door/window lintels fitted and pitched roof construction

March – Phase 1 Roof construction, First fix services, construction of plant room and external oil bund. Laying of new water main from near to Bartons Cottage to rear of club.

We can’t wait to see the finished article.

Go the Minis!!

March 10, 2014

Proud Sponsors of the Oatlands School Half Marathon

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 11:50 am

photo 2Our Group Operations Director, David Parris, was delighted to meet runners  participating in the Oatlands School Half Marathon when he joined them at their photo shoot on Saturday morning:

The team is made up of parents from Oatlands School, who are running for two fantastic local causes: firstly, to provide some great new toys for seriously ill children on the Little Oaks’ ward at St Peter’s Hospital and secondly to contribute to the building of a new sensory space at Oatlands School. David was particularly pleased to meet Harvey, the brave little boy in these photos, who is an ex-pupil of Oatlands school and who is currently in remission from Leukaemia, though still visiting St Peter’s for treatment on a regular basis. We are extremely proud to sponsor such a fantastic community event and look forward to watching the runners start their run on 30th March in Weybridge. If you would like to help these incredibly worthwhile causes, please use the following link to donate:  https://mydonate.bt.com/events/oatlandspta Thank you and we look forward to wishing the runners well on the day of the run itself!



February 27, 2014

TRFC Clubhouse Build Commences!

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , — JSS London @ 11:03 am

As proud lead sponsor of the TRFC Minis in Teddington we were delighted to see this CGI image of how their stunning new clubhouse will look.


Work has just commenced following the recent spell of wet weather, and the build will be the result of many hours of tireless fundraising by club members; the clubhouse will provide a fantastic new hub for the players to congregate in over the years and we look forward to watching works progress. Go the Minis!

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