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Was this the one you said this about earlier: "sold a couple of years ago for 310 or thereabouts"?

yes. cant remember details but think it sold for 310 about 6 years ago.

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The M.E.N. managed to contact Mr Singh, who said that his ex-wife, Helen Bunch, former managing director of Spencer Knight used to be responsible for 'all the lettings and management'.

If this is his ex-wife, then she's spent the last few months working at another EA and lettings business, with any record of Spencer Knight scrubbed out on her linkedin public profile.

http://uk.linkedin.c...unch/40/72b/548

http://www.bensonbunch.co.uk/

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bensonbunch 1st appeared back end of last year. not many for sale or to let signs around maybe the market is a bit over subscribed too many ea trying to get their snouts into the trough.

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bensonbunch 1st appeared back end of last year. not many for sale or to let signs around maybe the market is a bit over subscribed too many ea trying to get their snouts into the trough.

Think you're right about too many EAs, but think I noticed a dingy property being marketed by them the other day.

An elderly relative was telling me what her Wilmslow friend told her the other day. Something about they want to knock down the leisure centre and build 350 homes on it and the field around it. Knock the library down at the back of Sainsbury's car park. That they want Waitrose to move closer into the centre.

Some of it checks out in local news.

She said: "I’m very against the idea of knocking down the leisure centre and moving the library.

Also something about altering the road layout at the main junction at the lights (Barclays), to make it more pedestrian friendly.

http://menmedia.co.uk/wilmslowexpress/news/s/1490433_now-its-over-to-you-as-vision-for-wilmslow-finally-revealed

http://www.wilmslow.co.uk/news/article/5435/plea-for-protection-of-rectory-fields-and-library

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Wilmslow Express (18 July) front page.

A relative was telling me how she's been contacted by a friend to join a protest group against new housing development. My relative won't be doing so, wanting housing opportunity for younger people, provided all developments are evaluated and sensibly set out.

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Wilmslow Express (18 July) front page.

A relative was telling me how she's been contacted by a friend to join a protest group against new housing development. My relative won't be doing so, wanting housing opportunity for younger people, provided all developments are evaluated and sensibly set out.

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The retailers ought to use their collective bargaining power and all refuse to pay their rent/rates en masse at the same time unless reduced by, say, 50%.

As for the housing development. Totally agree. The correct response to the NIMBYs is "Where the f*ck do you think your house came from?". End of discussion.

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The retailers ought to use their collective bargaining power and all refuse to pay their rent/rates en masse at the same time unless reduced by, say, 50%.

As for the housing development. Totally agree. The correct response to the NIMBYs is "Where the f*ck do you think your house came from?". End of discussion.

I'd like to imagine it happening but landlords can be very stubborn when they've already got tenants locked into leases. Brand name companies couldn't demand those terms if they've got large national turnovers. The landlords of all the empty commercial sites should follow that discounting course, with other business friendly incentives.

The other story on page 2 was about campaigners try to stop more lap dancing clubs from opening in Wilmslow, claiming they 'put people off our streets'. In the business section a long story, almost an advert, for new Pawnbroker opening a store in Handforth, and offering payday loans, gold-to-cash. cheque cashing ect.

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just been to view auction property in wilmslow, guide 180. sold a couple of years ago for 310 or thereabouts. somebody has been in and done a bodge up work half finished etc, and quite understandably loads of viewings. and a few offers over 200. if it goes to auction I reckon nearer 300. will keep you posted.

This one maybe? Not so bad, but a slightly narrow road. Driveways are not staggered from the houses opposite. I think I prefer every other house on that avenue but area is fairly good.

http://www.rightmove...y-37413497.html

Wasn't it number 4 ?

If it was, it sold it June 2012 for £242,000.

From what I remember of the other house listing, this one looks superior in quite a few ways.

This seems to be number 14. Recently onto the market at asking price £250,000.

http://www.rightmove...y-39348077.html

Although it has a drab concrete flag driveway, but probably perfectly up to the job.

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pretty certain it was no 5

You only have to look at the thumbnail of the old Rightmove listing, where it was going into auction, to see it's number 4, when looking at Streetview - not that it matters so much. Number 5 is on the opposite side and looks completely different.

just been to view auction property in wilmslow, guide 180. sold a couple of years ago for 310 or thereabouts

This one maybe? Not so bad, but a slightly narrow road. Driveways are not staggered from the houses opposite. I think I prefer every other house on that avenue but area is fairly good.

http://www.rightmove...y-37413497.html

thats the one

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FOR SALE BY AUCTION AT COTTONS HOTEL & SPA, MANCHESTER ROAD, KNUTSFORD, WA16 0SU on FRIDAY 11TH MAY AT 3.00P.M

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