Jansons Property, a joint Venture Company with the William Pears Group, are pleased to announce that they have recently disposed of Terriers House and its grounds to Ridgepoint Property and Carey New Homes
Ridgepoint Property have acquired Terriers House, Carey New Homes will be developing 20 private residential units in the grounds.

Andy Jansons, Managing Director of Jansons, commented:

“We were firstly delighted to secure planning consent for this property which will result in a high quality residential scheme being built in the grounds now by Carey New Homes and the future of Terriers House being safeguarded. It was a pleasure to work with both parties and we would like to wish them all the best for the future”.

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