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Gradino reaches the top!

4th May 2023

Oakley Property are proud to be part of the team behind Martin Homes’ development of Gradino Apartments in Hove, which celebrated the topping out ceremony in April. Read More

Regenerating Lewes – Award Winning Atelier is set to be Lewes’ most exciting new LIVE & WORK location

14th March 2023

We are delighted to announce that all 3 phases of our Atelier development in Lewes have been successfully completed. Atelier is fantastic new project in Lewes, that has regenerated a disused area of land around the Tesco Brooks Road area. This creative development site has been delivered through a joint venture between Gold Property Developments and Cross Stone Regeneration and includes new public spaces to relax in, creative business units for growing local companies, and 41 shared ownership apartments, all available through us at Oakley Property. Read More

Atelier Lewes announced as Best Mixed Use Development winner at the International Property Awards

4th October 2022

It is with great pleasure that we can announce that Atelier Lewes, a joint venture between Gold Property Developments, Cross Stone Regeneration and Oakley Property has been recognised as a winner of the Best Mixed Use Development category at The International Property Awards. The International Property Awards are open to residential and commercial property professionals from around the globe. They… Read More

What’s the Difference Between a Flat and an Apartment in Shoreham-by-Sea?

18th August 2022

"An apartment is over £200k and a flat under £200k", said my friend. Joking aside, there is no difference, call it what you will, the humble apartment/flat has served Shoreham-by-Sea well over the years. The average sale price of an apartment in Shoreham-by-Sea in 2021 was £295,386, making it an excellent first-time buyer purchase and buy-to-let investment. In this article, we wi… Read More

The Shifting Shoreham-by-Sea Property Market

21st June 2022

The rate of house price growth has started to ease with a reduction in the number of properties that will sell in Shoreham-by-Sea in the coming 12 to 18 months. Yet, rising interest rates and the cost-of-living issues won't knock everybody out of the property market and there shouldn't be a housing bubble for two vital reasons. The Shoreham-by-Sea property market is… Read More

Government Announce New Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Grant for Residential Car Parks

12th May 2022

The government have recently announced their final release of grants for the residential sector surrounding the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and points. The government say they want to help businesses and organisations who rent, lease or manage residential properties install EV chargepoints in their car parks. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)&nbsp… Read More

Shoreham-by-Sea Rental Homes Nightmare

12th May 2022

Shoreham-by-Sea needs 199 additional private rented properties per year to keep up with current and future demand from tenants. Yet over the last 5 years, Shoreham has lost 171 private rented homes. What are the 5 reasons the supply of private rental properties in Shoreham are falling? What does this mean for tenants and landlords? There has been a rise in demand for rental… Read More

Oakley Property are delighted to announce the sale of the iconic and historic British Engineerium

29th April 2022

The Commercial team at Oakley Property are delighted to announce the sale of the iconic and historic British Engineerium site and buildings in a multimillion pound deal. The British Engineerium comprises a series of 19th century high Victorian gothic brick buildings, which were constructed  in 1866 as a water pumping station to  supply water to the rapidly expanding Brighton … Read More

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