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ARNOLDS KEYS TOPS THE LEAGUE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DEALS DONE IN 2021

19 January 2022

Independent Norfolk-based property services firm Arnolds Keys has been named the county’s top commercial property deal-maker in 2021 by leading industry publication EGI (Estates Gazette), with the firm topping the... Read more >

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AT LAST WE CAN START MAKING LONG-TERM PLANS

17 January 2022

A new year, and one which I think all of us are hoping will mark the return to normality in many areas of our lives. Read more >

Tom Corfield

PROFESSIONAL ADVICE SHOULDN’T BE A COST – IT SHOULD ADD VALUE

11 January 2022

New year is a time when people make choices about their future, which is why we tend to see a number of farmers taking the decision to sell or rent... Read more >

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STAND BY FOR A MUCH HOPED-FOR DOSE OF NORMALITY

11 January 2022

That halcyon new year two years ago when no-one had heard of Covid is another world, as 2022 begins with the pandemic continuing. Read more >

Jamie

NEW RURAL PRACTICE SURVEYOR APPOINTED AT ARNOLDS KEYS – IRELANDS AGRICULTURAL

11 January 2022

Leading Norfolk property services firm Arnolds Keys has appointed Jamie Manners as a graduate rural practice surveyor in its agricultural property division, Arnolds Keys – Irelands Agricultural. Read more >

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A ROLLERCOASTER YEAR

22 December 2021

If you wanted to demonstrate what is meant by the term ‘a rollercoaster year’, you couldn’t really do worse than point to 2021. Read more >

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WHY NATURAL CAPITAL IS SO IMPORTANT FOR AGRICULTURE

21 December 2021

As the dust settles on the COP26 summit in Glasgow, and the world leaders all return home on their private jets, the headlines have largely moved on; you might be... Read more >

Catherine Hunt

THE KIND OF FLUE YOU MIGHT WANT IN THE WINTER

21 December 2021

Every year as Christmas approaches, those whose homes include a real fire and a chimney start to be increasingly pleased: their house has a traditional point of access for Santa... Read more >