Energean secures additional gas supply deals for Karish project offshore Isreal

first_imgThe two new GSPAs increases the firm’s total contracted gas sales from the Karish project to approximately 7.0 bcm/yr The Karish development forms part of the Karish and Tanin project. (Credit: C Morrison from Pixabay) Energean has signed two contracts for the sale of an additional 1.4 billion cubic metre (bcm) per year of gas from the Karish project, located offshore Israel.The two new gas sales and purchase agreements (GSPAs) increases the firm’s total contracted gas sales from the Karish project to approximately 7.0 bcm/yr on plateau. The deals represent more than $2.5bn in contracted revenues over their life.Energean said that majority of gas will be supplied to the Ramat Hovav Power Plant, a partnership between the Edeltech Group and Shikun & Binui.Represented by a second agreement, the remainder of gas will be supplied to an affiliate of the RH Partnership for existing power stations for 15 years.Energean CEO Mathios Rigas said that the flagship Karish gas project is on track to deliver first gas in 2H 2021.Rigas added: “We remain committed to continue bringing competition and security of supply to the Israeli gas market even after we fill the Karish FPSO to its maximum 8 bcm/yr capacity.“The new contracts we signed today further strengthen our secured revenues stream, which is well-insulated against future commodity price fluctuations, and provide cash flows that will support our strategic goal of paying a sustainable dividend to our shareholders.”Energean seeks buyers for remaining 1bcm/year spare capacityEnergean said it is seeking potential offtaker for the remaining 1bcm/year spare capacity in the Energean Power floating production storage and offloading (FPSO).In a press statement, Energean said: “Energean is assessing several opportunities in both the Israeli domestic market and key export markets in order to meet this target, alongside reviewing further growth opportunities across the nine exploration blocks that it holds in Israel to further expand its presence in the Eastern Mediterranean.”The Karish project, which forms part of the company’s Karish and Tanin project, is 70% owned by Energean while Kerogen Capital holds the remaining 30% stake.The field is planned to commence production next near. It is expected to reach peak production capacity in January 2024.Earlier this year, Energean has issued a warning of potential delays to deliver first gas from its Karish gas field due to the Covid-19 pandemic.last_img read more

PRS expels member

first_imgHome » News » Associations & Bodies » PRS expels member previous nextAssociations & BodiesPRS expels memberThe Negotiator7th October 20160724 Views Carter Stones Limited of 1A Connaught Road, Ilford, IG1 1RL has been expelled from the Property Redress Scheme after failing to make awards totaling £15,406 to four complainants.The decision to expel this agent from the scheme began following complaints from landlords and tenants. All of the complaints were similar in nature, relating to delay and/or failure in paying money owed to the complainants and poor or non-existent service.Sean Hooker at the PRS said, “Failure to pay an award, however large or small, is a serious breach of our Terms of Reference. Agents must not assume that the complaint will go away if they remain silent and refuse to engage with the scheme.”Paul Shamplina, member of the advisory panel of the PRS said, “Having been instructed by complainants who have not had their complaints resolved, I was shocked to discover Carter Stones are still trading out of the same premises with a slightly different name – Carter Stones Practical Living.”One landlord who filed a complaint against them said, “They made a complete mess of the management of my property, purposely it seems, illegally sub-letting, not registering rent security deposits and defrauding me out of £8,928 of rent, £745 fees/ charges and security deposit.”redress Property Redress Scheme landlords and tenants PRS October 7, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Property market goes into Xmas deep freeze

first_imgLatest property market figures from the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) reveal how much the government’s recent increased Stamp Duty and other measures to put off landlords plus the post-EU referendum slowdown have taken their toll during the run-up to Christmas.Almost all indicators for house sales in the UK are down, its research shows, including asking prices and the supply of and demand for property. And although this can be blamed on the traditional Xmas slowdown, it’s the most severe since records began.Agents sold fewer properties per branch during November than in previous months, down from nine in September and October to eight properties last month.Also, four out of five properties or 84% sold for less than the asking price during November, the highest proportion since the NAEA began gathering data in 2013. Last year the proportion was 76%.Also, during November the number of house hunters fell by a fifth or 22% from 440 to 344 registered per branch. Supply also fell – the number of properties on agents’ books dropped from 43 to 39.As a proportion of sales, first time buyers have eased off slightly from 32% to 29%.“Following the EU referendum earlier this year, we faced a few months of low confidence from buyers and sellers, although in October the market bounced back to full form,” says Mark Hayward, managing director of National Association of Estate Agents.“We expect this is still the case, and this month’s slow-down is simply down to seasonality; many sellers hold off until January to put their properties on the market, and likewise buyers are more inclined to start the year with a property search, rather than attempting it over Christmas.“Also, although a large number of sales were made below asking price in November, this can also be put down to the time of year.”National Association of Estate Agents NAEA December 23, 2016Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » Property market goes into Xmas deep freeze previous nextHousing MarketProperty market goes into Xmas deep freezeAll housing market indicators go into reverse during run up to festivitiesNigel Lewis23rd December 20160918 Viewslast_img read more

US homeowner sues portal over online valuation. Could it happen here?

first_imgHome » News » US homeowner sues portal over online valuation. Could it happen here? previous nextRegulation & LawUS homeowner sues portal over online valuation. Could it happen here?Illinois lawyer files suit against Zillow asking portal to adjust its valuation of her home for sale.Nigel Lewis15th May 201701,107 Views One of the best-known property portals in the US is being sued by a vendor over its online valuation of her home in a suit filed at an Illinois court.Real estate lawyer Barbara Andersen alleges that the sale of her townhouse, which she has been trying to sell in the town of Glenville and that’s listed on Zillow overlooking a golf course for $626,000 (pictured, right), has faced a ‘major roadblock’ because property portal Zillow’s automated valuation system puts her townhouse at considerably less – $562,000.The lawyer is not seeking damages but instead is asking the portal to amend her property’s ‘Zestimate’. But the portal told The Washing Post that it believed her claim was “without merit”.Like Zoopla, Rightmove, Mouseprice and others in the UK, Zillow has been offering ‘appraisals’ of properties for over a decade and has always put home valuations across the US at the core of its business.CriticalAnd as in the UK, many agents and homeowners in the US have been critical of these estimates.“If you could commoditise property and price it accurately per square foot [via an online tool] then I would be out of a job,” says property expert and buying agent Henry Pryor (pictured, left).“Where there is any element of artistic value in a property there is an opportunity for people to over or under egg the pudding, which gives agents the opportunity to achieve a premium or discount for a property in a way that digital data cannot ever predict.“Remember that the value of property is part art, part science. The science element is pretty straightforward but the view from the window, or the proximity to a park or your mother in law does have a potential value – and very subjective.”The Washing Post says that a quarter of Zillow’s online valuation data varies by 10% when compared to the final selling price, and by up to 20% for more than 10% of the time.Andersen told the paper that she believes her property’s valuation is inaccurate because it compares her home with less costly properties from a different part of her town, rather than her road where values are higher.What may make portals in the UK nervous is that a disgruntled UK vendor may attempt a similar thing, as will Andersen’s call for US portals to be licensed to make such valuations, and that home owners should be required to give permission before estimates of their properties can be created and put online.henry pryor online valuation barbara andersen zillow May 15, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Lettings legislation: is Government listening to the professionals?

first_imgHome » News » Lettings legislation: is Government listening to the professionals? previous nextRegulation & LawLettings legislation: is Government listening to the professionals?Belvoir CEO, Dorian Gonsalves lambasts Philip Hammond’s Budget for ignoring punitive tax treatment of landlords.Sheila Manchester24th November 201701,055 Views Chancellor Philip Hammond’s autumn budget has failed to address the challenges faced by Britain’s ten million renters, says Belvoir CEO Dorian Gonsalves (pictured).“We are disappointed that despite persuasive arguments from many key financial and industry experts, there has been no reversal of the punitive tax changes that were imposed on landlords by George Osborne in 2015,” says Dorian.“We believe that reversing those tax changes would have been an important factor in helping to increase the supply of rental properties in this country and would alleviate some of the pressure on a Private Rental Sector (PRS) that is facing unprecedented stress as tenant demand continues to increase and less good quality housing is available to accommodate this.Dorian says that it isn’t just a lack of a deposit and affordability issues in buying a home that aree driving tenant demand – “In many ways this budget seemed almost to put an unhealthy emphasis on home ownership and failed to recognise that many young people are actively choosing to rent rather than to become first time buyers.“The reasons for renting are numerous, the English Housing Survey of 2015-16 showed that first time buyers are increasingly likely to live in privately rented accommodation before they buy their first home, with numbers increasing from 39% in 1995-96, to 49% in 2005-06, and to 66% in 2015-16.“Research confirms that almost one in four households in Britain will be renting privately by the end of 2021 and last year the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors predicted that 1.8 million new rental homes will be needed by 2025. Unfortunately there seemed to be nothing in this budget that will help to drive up the supply of rental properties that are needed to provide accommodation for those who choose to rent.“The Chancellor made a very brief reference within the budget to the launch of a consultation on longer tenancies in the PRS, and how landlords might be encouraged to offer these to tenants who wanted the extra security, but there was no time frame or further details and we wait with interest for further information regarding any incentives that may benefit the sector.”Where’s the white paper?“At the last Conservative Party Conference, Communities Secretary Sajid Javid suggested new measures that would make it mandatory for all DIY landlords to join an ombudsman redress scheme, and also talked about the ban on tenant fees, mandatory client money protection and licensing of agents. We presume a new white paper will be published in the new few months, which will address these measures and demystify the Chancellor’s comments about long-term tenancies.”David Cox, ARLADavid Cox, Chief Executive, arla | propertymark is more supportive of the Chancellor’s Budget, “We are pleased that the government will consult on longer term and more secured tenancies, this feels to be in line with the holistic approach they are taking towards the rental market.Have your say!However, letting agents can still influence the final legislation. Before the Budget, David said, “The Communities and Local Government (CLG) Select Committee is to conduct pre-legislative scrutiny of the Government’s proposals to ban tenant fees imposed by landlords and letting agents on tenants in England. The Committee plans to hold a series of oral evidence sessions in the New Year with experts, tenant, letting agent and landlord associations, and trading standards authorities. These sessions will be held in tandem with the sessions for the Committee’s existing inquiry into the Private Rented Sector.Prior to the publication of the draft Bill the Government held a public consultation on the proposals. The Committee will take into account the response to that consultation as part of its pre-legislative scrutiny. However, written evidence is invited specifically on aspects of the draft Bill as published which are considered to go beyond the scope of the Government’s consultation.Submissions need to be received by 14 December and should address the bullet points identified above. ARLA Propertymark will be making a submission and will share this with members shortly. To make your views known to us please email: [email protected] tax Belvoir Budget 2017 Chancellor Philip Hammond David Cox Dorian Gonsalves November 24, 2017Sheila ManchesterWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Landwood’s new auction venture

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Landwood’s new auction venture previous nextAgencies & PeopleLandwood’s new auction ventureThe Negotiator9th March 20180634 Views A North West firm of chartered surveyors is launching Landwood Property Auctions, backed by the Landwood Group, with plans to host a series of auctions – traditional or online, offering commercial and residential properties and land for sale across the UK.The new company has appointed James Ashworth as a Director. Ashworth joins from Pugh and Co where he was a member of the management team and he has 25 years’ industry experience.James said, “We aim to have our first auction in Spring 2018 and plans are well advanced.“We will be able to genuinely deliver a very personal service, giving clients instant access to impartial, straightforward and clear advice.”“We will constantly develop innovative ways of delivering auction services that fit with modern, ever-changing client and buyer requirements.“Covering all types of property auctions from traditional in-room to online only, incorporating both unconditional and conditional sales, we will also bring the benefits of auction to disposal strategies blended with private treaty sales, offering clients a truly holistic approach.”Landwood Group Landwood Property Auctions auction auctioneers March 9, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

EasyProperty could close as investment fund launches takeover bid for parent company

first_imgA City investment fund with interests in several online estate agents has launched a takeover bid for the parent company of easyProperty, which could face closure under the terms of the offer.The 600 shareholders in eProp, which also owns The Guild of Property Professionals and Fine & Country, are being offered 50p a share by Toscafund.Late last week the fund bought 1.9 million shares off former eProp boss Robert Ellice which, together with its existing shareholding, gives it a 40% slice of the company. Under City regulations, after passing the 40% threshold, a mandatory offer has now been launched to all the company’s shareholders.The offer substantially under-values eProp at £17.85 million but its independent directors have unanimously recommended the offer to shareholders as “fair and reasonable”.Two shareholders and directors of the company Jon Cooke (below, right) and Marcus Whewell (left) are resisting the attempted buyout, claiming they still believe in its long-term potential.But because they only hold 7.25% of the company’s shares, they are likely to be outvoted by other shareholders who, Toscafund claims, are keen to grab the opportunity to cash-in their shares.Toscafund, which also owns shares in HouseSimple and Purplebricks, says it believes internal shareholder disagreements over the direction for eProp are “detrimental to eProp shareholders as a whole”.“Toscafund is supportive of the current executive management of eProp and believes that the Offer provides eProp Shareholders with the opportunity to realise value from their eProp Shares whilst simplifying the shareholder base and providing a more supportive foundation on which to implement a strategy that can deliver value for ongoing stakeholders.”This includes either trying to find someone to back or even buy easyProperty from eProp, something its board has been attempting to do for some time, or its closure.In a blog published over the weekend, online agent watcher and Rummage4 CEO Anthony Codling (left) has criticised the deal, saying: “The Guild of Property Professionals and Fine & country are two of the UK’s standard bearers for independent high street estate agents.“How will their members feel if their standard bearers become owned by a company that appears single minded in its desire to invest in passive intermediaries [i.e. online estate agents], to invest away from the high street rather than into it?“I am sure that I won’t be alone in suggesting that at first glance it is not entirely clear how this story will end well.”Read more about EasyProperty. Marcus Whewell HouseSimple Purplebricks Robert Ellice Toscafund easyProperty eprop June 3, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » EasyProperty could close as investment fund launches takeover bid for parent company previous nextAgencies & PeopleEasyProperty could close as investment fund launches takeover bid for parent companyToscafund is to offer shareholders in eProp 50p a share but says something must be done about ailing online-only part of business including possible closure or sell-off.Nigel Lewis3rd June 201901,734 Viewslast_img read more

Most private tenants are NOT interested in buying a home!

first_imgHome » News » Most private tenants are NOT interested in buying a home! previous nextProducts & ServicesMost private tenants are NOT interested in buying a home!Just 42% of tenants are interested in buying anytime soon – millennials are the keenest with 64% being aspiring homeowners compared to just 13% of those aged over 55.Sheila Manchester24th September 20190429 Views While many wail that private tenants can’t afford to buy a home, new research finds that the majority of them don’t want to buy – only 42% of them are interested in getting on the ladder anytime soon, according to new research from Landbay.The study of 2,000 private tenants found that older renters are the least interested in buying a – just 13% of over 55s are interested in buying a home in the near future. Less than half (46%) of those 35-44 are interested, whilst millennials (aged 25-34) lead the charge for home ownership, with 64% keen to buy in the near future.Girls on the moveThere is also a gender discrepancy. 47% of women are keen on buying a home compared to 34% of men.The number planning to buy is highest in London, at 48%, and Northern Ireland at 47%. Those in the South West and Wales are least likely, at 37% – especially surprising given the relatively low house prices in these areas.John Goodall, CEO, Landbay (left) says: “This research suggests the UK’s enthusiasm for home ownership may be waning. Conversations around the private rental sector often assume the bulk of renters are simply biding their time until they can buy a house.“However, the changing face of employment and a thirst for flexible living mean renting is more attractive than ever, and landlords should reflect this in their interactions with tenants.“It’s crucial that investment in the private rental sector becomes a priority. What use is Labour’s ‘right to buy’ policy if renters have no interest in doing so? Instead the government must focus on encouraging purpose-built rental properties and cease its penalisation of landlords.” John Goodall Landbay tenants September 24, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Solicitors’ regulator closes down 16-branch conveyancing group

first_imgHome » News » Solicitors’ regulator closes down 16-branch conveyancing group previous nextRegulation & LawSolicitors’ regulator closes down 16-branch conveyancing groupGroup with four trading names and over 180 employees has been closed down after suspected staff dishonesty and a failure to comply with regulatory rules.Nigel Lewis14th August 20202 Comments8,361 Views A large conveyancing solicitors group trading under five different names and with 16 offices has been closed down by the Solicitors Regulations Authority (SRA).The practice involved is run by Simon Hutcheson, Simon Peacock and Champika Ratnayake as Kingly Solicitors Limited, which as a group employs over 180 people.The trading names involved are Richard Herne & Co in Bristol, Hancock Quins in Watford, Austin Ray in Milton Keynes, Ray Nixon Brown (which has nine offices across Yorkshire and County Durham) and Giffen, Couch & Archer in Leighton Buzzard.An SRA spokesperson would only say that breaches of a serious nature had led the authority to close down all of Kingly Solicitors’ operations. This includes a failure by Hutcheson, Peacock and Ratnayake to comply with SRA rules, and a reason to suspect dishonesty on behalf of Nural Miah, who is a manager at Kingly Solicitors.SuspendedThe practising certificates of all three have been automatically suspended.The closure by the SRA of a company is a serious sanction; it cannot trade, all its documents and papers taken away and all its money and client funds seized.Two of its local agents will step in if house sales handled by the company are at crucial stages, or recommend vendors and buyers find new solicitors if they are earlier stages of the conveyancing process.These agents are James Dunn of Devonshires Solicitors and John Owen of Gordons.“The SRA will now investigate further the issues raised that have led to this intervention to see if any additional action is necessary. At this stage of the SRA’s work, no further details can be disclosed,” a statement says.This case comes just ten months after the SRA closed down another firm of solicitors involved in conveyancing.SRA Kingly Solicitors Hancock Quins Richard Herne & Co Austin Ray Nixon Brown Couch & Archer Solicitors Regulation Authority August 14, 2020Nigel Lewis2 commentsPossession Friend, Possession Friend Possession Friend 14th August 2020 at 12:26 pmThese are just the Solicitors that have been caught, and the SRA are not known for their Tenacity in taking up complaints against solicitors.Then you have the ‘Ambulance-chasers’ and those that wouldn’t exist without living off Legal Aid( Tax-payers money paid out to serial offenders. Fair enough give someone legal aid the FIRST time they’re accused of something, but not recidivists – bit like putting Illegal migrants in 4* hotels instead of detention centres )Log in to ReplyAndrew Stanton, CEO Proptech-PR Real Estate Influencer & Journalist CEO Proptech-PR Real Estate Influencer & Journalist 14th August 2020 at 9:44 amA sad day, many of these solicitors I dealt with over many years; some really great first rate professionals in those practices, though clearly not all, as the Solicitors Regulatory Authority would not have taken such draconian measures. It just shows that not all solicitors, just as in other professions can not all be trusted, hopefully all the ongoing business will be safeguarded, especially anyone looking to get exchanged or completed.Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Get out of here! Welsh estate agent claims Ant & Dec are pushing up prices

first_imgAn estate agent in North Wales has claimed that the decision by BBC TV show I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here to shoot its next series at Gwrych Castle overlooking in North Wales has pushed up local property prices by up to 20%.Ian Wyn-Jones, who is one of Wales’ more colourful estate agents, is a former Purplebricks territory manager who quit the hybrid agency in March last year to take up a Welsh franchise with competitor EasyProperty.He has also appeared on BBC series Home Under The Hammer and presents a property show for local TV station S4C.The 42-year-old (pictured, left) persuaded The Sun newspaper that prices have jumped by between 15% and 20% around the village of Abergele, which is overlooked by the castle, since I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here made its announcement.Wyn-Jones is believes, like many other estate agent firms in North Wales, that the show’s arrival at Gwrych Castle will super-charge the local economy.“Abergele was always a quiet, sleepy village and the property market was a little bit hit and miss,” he says.Wyn-Jones says he recently sold a house initially on the market for £425,000 for £495,000 to a buyer from Chester keen to get into the area before the tourism trade kicks off.“Expectations are high as many people can see the money that can be made from tourism on the back of this so are keen to move in,” he says.The show will also have a temporary effect on the local short-lets market – some 300 crew, contestants as well as Ant & Dec (pictured, above) are due to descend on the area to make the show.Read more about EasyProperty.com.I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Ant & Dec Ian Wyn-Jones Purplebricks BBC easyProperty October 27, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » Get out of here! Welsh estate agent claims Ant & Dec are pushing up prices previous nextHousing MarketGet out of here! Welsh estate agent claims Ant & Dec are pushing up pricesHybrid agent Ian Wyn-Jones says house prices have surged in the sleepy village near to the ‘I’m A Celebrity’ castle.Nigel Lewis27th October 202001,563 Viewslast_img read more