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New Railway Station for The Vale of the White Horse

Actually, strictly speaking, it is not a new rail station but the return of a station to Grove which closed in 1964 and according to the Vale of the White Horse District Council land has been ring-fenced as part of its Local Plan Part Two.  The Vale is also working with Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) to prepare a new business case for...

Posted on Friday, April 28, 2017 Read More

New Homes Versus Second Hand - A Prices & Transactions Comparison

Having recently posted about the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, we started to get curious about the relationship between new homes and second hand property. We’ve been looking at all the price paid (completions) information available from Land Registry for the Vale of the White Horse from 2010 to the latest figures, which at...

Posted on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 Read More

February 2017 - Completions Still Down & Prices Moving Up

The residential property completion data for February 2017 is fresh in so it’s time for our monthly review of the volumes and prices.  As before, we’re doing a month on month comparison on the price paid data going back to February 2010 looking at the main property types of:  Detached Semi-Detached Terraced...

Posted on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Read More

Waymark Property Focus on Fernham

Fernham is a village and civil Parish located approximately  2 miles south of Faringdon and was historically part of the parish of Shrivenham. Fernham has a population of approximately 240 spread across 79 houses, three farms, a pub, and a church. During the first half of the 13th century the manor of Fernham was created by Alan de...

Posted on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 Read More

Help To Buy - What are the Numbers and Is It Helping?

You are probably aware of or have seen news about the Government’s Help To Buy scheme.  It’s an initiative designed to offer some sort of solution for those new to property ownership or for people that need a bit of assistance to make the jump up to their next home. When you look at the maths, it’s easy to see why this...

Posted on Friday, April 7, 2017 Read More

National Trust’s Uffington White Horse April Fool!

Did anybody catch you out this year? Whilst we won’t tell you which member of the Waymark team fell for this, we’re loving the fact the National Trust used our very own White Horse Hill for this year’s April Fool! It follows on from last years one with the Avebury Stone Circle.  They’d decided since...

Posted on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Read More

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