at 44 Bailey Street, Newport, NP20 4DJ United Kingdom
Beechwood Estate Agents, Our office is at Bailey Chambers 44 Bailey Street Newport South Wales NP20 4DJ Telephone 01633 267 267
We are situated in Newport, South Wales where we offer our services as local Estate Agents, Property Management and Letting Agents. Beechwood Estate Agents has established itself as one of the Leading Agents in this area. Our Team @ Beechwood Estate Agents is committed to providing an unrivalled level of service with a blend of detailed local knowledge and good old fashioned family values. We aim to be professional and integrous at all times, We are dedicated to making your home move smooth and simple. We recognize that we are entrusted with your most valuable asset and it is always our priority to undertake our duties professionally. Our resources enable us to make the most of our extensive local knowledge which allows us to concentrate on providing you with a tailored service. We are flexible as you would expect with every client providing a bespoke service to suit every individual need. With our busy office situated in Newport City Centre, we are ideally positioned for a comprehensive coverage of the City of Newport, and Caerleon and the surrounding areas. We provide our local expertise and the latest market information with the huge marketing power of the internet, to help you achieve a faster sale for a better price. All our properties are advertised on our own website which ensures all details of your property are made available to a wide audience as well as on www.rightmove.co.uk and www.findaproperty.com and www.primelocation.com These are the UK's favourite property website's. For futher information please go www.beechwoodestateagents.co.uk Telephone Newport 01633 267 267 .
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A recent survey carried out by Shelter UK reveals people who privately rent their homes could be at risk from gas safety hazards, as one in 10 had not had an annual gas safety check organised by their landlord or letting agent. Landlords have a legal duty to arrange maintenance for all gas appliances, pipework and flues, which they own and have provided for tenants use in their rented home. By law, a gas safety check must be carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer every 12 months and a copy of the Gas Safety Record should be given to the tenant. Failing to get a gas safety check can put lives at risk - badly fitted and poorly maintained appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning - so it’s absolutely vital that renters know their rights and check they have a copy of a valid Gas Safety Record. Meanwhile, landlords need to know that gas safety is not optional. A separate survey by Shelter found that as many as one in seven landlords (15%) are unaware of their legal obligation to arrange a gas safety check. Landlords who fail to fulfil their legal duty could face a fine or even a prison sentence. If you’re a tenant follow Gas Safe Register’s top tips: By law, your landlord must make sure all gas appliances and flues are maintained in a safe condition and must arrange for them to be safety checked by a registered engineer every 12 months. Ask for a copy of your landlord’s current Gas Safety Record before you move in or after the annual safety check has been carried out. Co-operate with your landlord and let a registered engineer into your home when a gas safety check or servicing has to be done. Check that any engineer who comes to carry out work at your home is Gas Safe registered. You can do this by asking to see their Gas Safe Register ID card. Also check the back of the ID card to ensure the engineer is qualified for the work you need doing. If you are worried about gas appliances or flues at your home, or are concerned that your landlord has not provided you with the relevant safety documents, contact the Health and Safety Executive’s gas safety advice line – 0800 300 363
Change of Use for offices and redundant agricultural buildings 09 May 2013 The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles, has today announced that regulations are to be laid before Parliament to allow the change of use of offices (B1(a)) to dwellings (C3) without a full planning application. Provision will also be made to allow the change of use of redundant agricultural buildings of less than 500m2 to a range of business uses. We will post further information once the Regulations have been published and more detail is known.
We are on the move...in a few weeks we will be in our new offices at Bailey Chambers, 44 Bailey Street, Baneswell, Newpprt City... watch is space for more details....
Voted Estate and Letting Agent of the Year at Newport Voice Awards 2011, by the people of Newport....Thank you!