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Exciting times ahead for the teams at Jackson-Stops, Cotswolds

PUBLISHED: 13:53 14 May 2019

Maple Barn in Burford - the sale is managed by Jackson-Stops's Burford office

Maple Barn in Burford - the sale is managed by Jackson-Stops's Burford office


The last few months have been interesting for businesses in the Cotswolds and that is - to say the least - in part due to political uncertainty in the UK. There have been some challenges for estate agency Jackson-Stops but business is good and the teams remain busy

Jackson-Stops are constantly striving to improve our service and transactional efficiency. To help meet those objectives the property experts are implementing an exciting new business plan for the Cotswolds Group, reflecting the departure of a board Director, David Parris, who has resigned from the business due to ill health.

Day to day operations are buzzing, with a good level of buyers and sellers using the teams, run in Cirencester by Tania Thompson - undoubtedly one of the best agents in the area - with James Dunn, ably assisted by Miranda Charnley and office manager, Mel Morgan.

Adam Keville is running the team at Burford. Adam, who has been promoted from the Cirencester office, has impressive experience (22 years ago he set up Jackson-Stops & Staff (as it was then) Pimlico branch). He has a strong team in Frances McDonald-Milner, who is entering her 19th year with the firm, Trudii Churchill and their viewing team.

The Chipping Campden office enjoys the luxury of retaining David Froggatt whose market knowledge is unprecedented and has an ongoing commitment to the firm. Kate Harries runs the office on a day-to-day basis.

For more information, and to find your local branch, visit jackson-stops.co.uk.

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