We began February by moving into our new offices, just along Montpelier Street towards Harrods, in the heart of Knightsbridge. It’s an exciting move and expansion for us, and comfortably in time for our busiest season of the year, spring (although late Autumn gives it a run for its money these days). The new office has a palpable sense of energy and enthusiasm to it, and the deal sheet is alive with activity. Even though the market is officially still flat, things feel decidedly different to this time last year… here’s our thinking, with more detail on why this is happening, and a bit of history and heritage to our developing brand and business: Bridging the gap: We mentioned at.
We still have a little more building work to be done but are delighted to announce that we are now in our new premises at 6-8 Montpelier Street, just along from our former office in Knightsbridge, having acquired the prestigious Hobart Slater agency. Robert Hobart and Roger Slater have been a pleasure to work with, the transition could not have gone more smoothly, and their expertise will always be welcome. So we now have a bigger team, more properties on our books and a smart new office; not a bad way to begin the year. We do hope you will stop by to say hello soon.
In the expanding NVP team we have at least three wise men! With the season in mind, and looking ahead at 2018, we gathered those minds around the walnut in Montpelier Street to see what we had to offer you, in terms of festive cheer. There are three main points for investors to be aware of… so you might say this is our gold, frankincense and myrrh: The £40bn trigger The sense that at the very least we have a divorce agreement from the EU is easing fears of a ‘no deal’ Brexit. Added to this Tory rebels have now insisted on having a final vote on the bill, helping to ensure that Theresa May is making headway towards an.
NVP’s favourite K&C destinations to get you and your home feeling festive, whatever your style. Rustic A trip to Daylesford Organic always gets us in the mood for Christmas. It’s pared down, country chic homeware and imaginative selection of gifts means there something for everyone. And it won’t just get the dining table, kitchen and other cosy corners of your home looking the part, it will also have your larder and fridge stocked up with all manner of delights, from award-winning cheeses to Christmas pudding. daylesford.com Sleek If you like your interiors polished and will only settle for the finest quality British craftsmanship then David Linley’s eponymous Pimlico store is the place to go. Beautiful board games sit alongside.
Montpelier Street based Nicolas Van Patrick (NVP) have purchased Hobart Slater, one of the original two Estate Agents who specialised in the Knightsbridge area. NVP have acquired both the business and premises, and in doing so added one of London’s most well-established property brands, together with a team of four agents who will double the size of the NVP team. Having exchanged contracts on the final day in October, the deal will complete on 31 January 2018. Says Nic Pejacsevich, one half of the NVP directorship: ‘This is the result of conversations between the NVP team and Hobart Slater, about things we all respect and cherish and want to see cultivated in London property. It is the culmination of an ongoing friendship and knowledge transfer.