It might be said that Chipping Norton is already in the clutches of a population crisis that has now started to affect the quality of life of those living in the town. There are simply not enough homes in Chipping Norton to house the greater number o... read more »
A few weeks ago I was asked a fascinating question by a local councillor who, after reading the Chipping Norton Property Blog, emailed me and asked – “Are Chipping Norton landlords meeting the challenges of tenanted families bringing up t... read more »
Let me speak frankly, even with Brexit and the fact immigration numbers will now be reduced in the coming years, there is an unending and severe shortage of new housing being built in the Chipping Norton area (and the UK as a whole).  Even if th... read more »
The orthodox way of classifying property in the UK is to look at the number of bedrooms rather than its size in square metres (although now we are leaving the EU – I wonder if we can go back to feet and inches?). It seems that homeowners and te... read more »
Well it’s been two months since the referendum vote and we have had a chance to reflect on the momentous decision that the British public took.  I had gone to bed the night before the referendum with a draft of my Remain article nicely all... read more »
I was having an interesting chat with a Chipping Norton buy to let landlord the other day when the subject of size of households came up in conversation.  For those of you who read my Brexit article published on the morning after the referendum,... read more »
Chipping Norton faces a predicament. The population is growing and the provision of new housing isn’t keeping up. With the average age of a Chipping Norton person being 41.1 years (compared to the South East average of 40.0 years old and the na... read more »
Even the most sane person in Britain has to admit the Brexit vote will, in one shape or another, affect the UK Property market. Excluding central London which is another world, most commentators are saying prices will be affected by around 10%. So lo... read more »
Call me old fashioned, but I do like the terraced house.   In fact, I have done some research that I hope you will find of interest my Chipping Norton property market blog reading friends!   In architecture terms, a terraced or townh... read more »
Well it’s been 5 weeks since the Referendum vote and we have had a chance to reflect on the momentous decision that the British public took. Many of you read the article I wrote on the morning of the results. I had gone to bed the night before ... read more »
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