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Landlord Plus Newsletter

Published: 08/03/2019   Last Updated: 08/03/2019 17:11:14   Tags:

  "Rental Yields" and "Generation Rent" see more in the March issue of Landlord Plus
March Newsletter.pdf

Detached Office space to rent in central Chiswick


Published: 30/06/2017   Last Updated: 30/06/2017 11:19:53   Tags:

Looking for a small detached office space to rent in central Chiswick?

If you have outgrown your home office then this characterful self contained detached studio with office usage tucked away in this quiet location and convenient for the Chiswick High Road is possibly the answer.  Offering a GIA of 660sqft the office space would suit a three or four person business. Perfect for a creative person, architect, designer the property offers double height ceiling, kitchen, cloakroom, separate first floor office and shower room. Low outgoings. 

Bedford Park Festival - Sunflower Competition


Published: 08/06/2017   Last Updated: 08/06/2017 17:17:59   Tags:


For 50 years, the symbol of the Bedford Park Festival, as of Bedford Park itself, has been the sunflower. As part of our celebrations, we have revived the Sunflower Growing Competition created for the Silver Jubilee in 1992.  We are delighted Andrew Nunn & Associates are sponsoring this competition.... 

Estate Agents Set Little Store By 'Waitrose Effect' in Chiswick


Published: 05/06/2017   Last Updated: 05/06/2017 12:31:57   Tags:

Lloyds Bank report says property prices are high in W4 due to premium supermarkets

A new report by Lloyds Bank is claiming that Chiswick property prices are much higher the rest of the borough due to a ‘Waitrose Effect.’ They believe having a premium supermarket in your area means that you will have to pay much higher prices for a home and that there is only one other place in the UK where this effect is stronger than in W4.


Andrew Nunn of Andrew Nunn & Associates wasn’t inclined to take the research that seriously and said it reminded him of a Michael Mcintyre sketch for which he helpfully sent us a link to the video below.

What does a snap election mean for the housing market?


Published: 25/04/2017   Last Updated: 25/04/2017 13:01:03   Tags:

At a time when RICS published its latest monthly survey recently which bemoaned the low levels of property coming up for sale, then a General Election is probably not going to do any of us many more 

Chiswick Flyover 1964

Published: 20/04/2017   Last Updated: 20/04/2017 12:44:25   Tags:

The opening of the elevated section of the M4 circa 1964

George "Ronaldo" Jones


Published: 20/04/2017   Last Updated: 26/05/2017 12:38:02   Tags:

We were so impressed with our star letting negotiators success we decided to commission a bronze bust which can be viewed at his home airport in Swansea......

Gross mortgage lending down 19% year-on-year


Published: 20/04/2017   Last Updated: 20/04/2017 11:05:04   Tags:

The latest analysis and statistics from The Council of Mortgage Lenders has revealed that gross mortgage lending reached £21.4 billion in March - a drop of 19% compared to March last year more

Stalemate in the Market


Published: 13/04/2017   Last Updated: 13/04/2017 15:33:19   Tags:

Turnover reaches lowest levels seen since records began more

Stamp Duty


Published: 13/04/2017   Last Updated: 13/04/2017 15:10:51   Tags:

Should stamp duty be a buyers or sellers tax? more

Calendar 2017


Published: 24/01/2017   Last Updated: 24/01/2017 11:48:09   Tags:

We still have some of our handy desktop calendars available in our office. When you are passing feel free to pop in and pick one up. The calendars contain local event dates and sporting events throughout the year.

Beat the Blues!


Published: 20/01/2017   Last Updated: 24/01/2017 11:49:10   Tags:

January can be a struggle with the fun of Christmas over and it is back to our routines with a full calendar year ahead. So to beat those January blues get out there and enjoy what Chiswick has to offer.
The Magical Lantern Festival, with a celebration of lanterns and Chinese culture has returned to Chiswick House and Gardens starting last week on 19th Jan until 26th Feb. The theme this year being “Explore the Silk Road”. As well as life size and over size lanterns depicting the trade route from Europe to China there will also be a plethora of international cuisine, 30 metre ice rink, mini fun fair and virtual reality gaming experiences.
Should you wish to learn more about the Magical Lantern Festival please contact the event organisers directly via their website -

Andrew Nunn Associates signs deal with online purchasing platform Clicktopurchase


Published: 09/12/2016   Last Updated: 09/12/2016 12:23:12   Tags:

From January 2017 Andrew Nunn Associates will be West London’s only estate agency to be able to offer their clients the ability to exchange legally binding contracts online with just the click of a mouse.

Clicktopurchase® is the first, and currently only platform, in the UK to enable clients to buy and sell commercial and residential properties securely over the internet.
The agent operated platform provides three unique facilities:
• Online exchange of a private treaty property contract
• Online exchange of a private treaty property contract by “best offers” 
• Online real time auctioning with a live auctioneer interacting with the bidding audience.
Neil Singer CEO of clicktopurchase® says: “Our technology enables both agents and private individuals to go beyond merely listing properties online – allowing parties to submit legal offers to treat online which, if accepted, create an instant online legal exchange of contracts.”
“In a nutshell clicktopurchase® is revolutionising the property sales process – making buying a property fast and easy, whilst delivering certainty, transparency and accountability. It enables distant buyers to transact as easily as a local party and brings liquidity and flexibility to the market whilst putting an end to gazumping and chipping/gazundering.”
Earlier this year the total value of properties sold/purchased by an online clicktopurchase® exchange, by private treaty, best offers or real time auction, passed the £150m barrier.
Andrew Nunn strongly believes in putting their clients in the driving seat and this facility not only enhances that offering but will provide real benefits to those customers who choose to use it.
 Andrew Nunn, says: “We are absolutely delighted to exclusively offer our clients this unique technology, it will bring new levels of speed and certainty to the sales process. We are the only West London estate agent to have this platform at present and it will really set us apart from other agencies.”
“Whilst it may not be appropriate for all transactions where there are “a chain of sales” (unless every transaction uses CTP) it will be perfect for sales of new build property, probate sales and unmodernised houses” comments Andrew. “Furthermore our clients will get the best of both worlds – interaction with highly experienced personable professionals plus transactional certainty.”

For further information please contact Andrew Nunn on 020 8995 1500 or

Thank You!


Published: 09/12/2016   Last Updated: 09/12/2016 12:17:00   Tags:

Thank you to all who came on Wednesday evening for a glass of Champagne and Mince Pies!

It was lovely to catch up with so many people, we look forward to seeing you all again soon.

High Road Market


Published: 11/11/2016   Last Updated: 11/11/2016 11:14:50   Tags:

West London will be treated to a taste of the local craft beer scene as High Road Market brings a series of free weekly guided tastings to the market, as well as some great street food to help wash it down.
Starting on 19th November and running every Saturday for three weeks High Road Market in Chiswick, will showcase the burgeoning local craft beer scene with a series of Tap Takeovers and guided tastings
Featuring: Portobello Brewing Co (19th November), Long Arm Brewing Co. (26th Nov) and Wild Card Brewery (3rd Dec)
The tastings are completely free of charge and will be an excellent opportunity to learn all about craft beer from industry specialists through a series of talks about the art of brewing as well as an opportunity to meet the brewer.  The idea being you will learn all about how beer is brewed from start to finish.
The visiting brewers will bring their expertise, their ingredients (malt, yeast, hops et al), their history and – most importantly – their fantastic beers for sampling.  Championing West London’s local food and drinks scene is something that High Road Market wants to become known for: being a hub of food and drinks activity as well as a quality one-stop-shop.
These events, demos, talks and tastings, are just one facet of the market, which aims to bring a bit of excitement and innovation to West London.
Event will run at High Road Market, Belmont Primary School, 1 Belmont Rd, Chiswick, W4 5UL throughout market trading hours: Saturday from 10am to 3pm
19th Nov: Portobello Brewing Co: bringing Star, Pilsner, Westway Pale Ale and Stiff Lip IPA
26th Nov: Long Arm Brewing Co: bringing Lucky Penny Pale Ale, Birdie Flipper Red Ale, Shadow Wolf Smoked Stout and IPA Ok
25th Dec Wild Card Brewery: bringing Jack of Clubs, Queen of Diamonds, King of Hearts, Ace of Spades

Street Food Traders to be included:
BBq Dreamz
Hola Guacamole
The Hungry Piglets

Good News For The Night Owls of Chiswick


Published: 10/11/2016   Last Updated: 10/11/2016 10:00:40   Tags:

It has been announced on an official TfL twitter account that the night tube services on the Piccadilly line are to be launched on the 16 December.
The weekend night tube service on the Piccadilly line which will serve Turnham Green will be running on average every 10 minutes throughout the night on Fridays and Saturdays, however there will be no service on the Terminal 4 loop, or between Acton Town and Uxbridge.
Once the Night Tube is operational, London Underground say they will continue to work with residents to investigate any issues regarding noise. They have also promised to ensure that any station announcements do not cause excessive noise levels.
Sadiq Khan, said: “We’ve seen how enthusiastically Londoners have embraced the Night Tube, and I am delighted that we’ve exceeded expectations with more than one million journeys made already.
“The addition of the Piccadilly line will help even more thousands of Londoners every weekend, from those taking in the capital’s cultural landmarks to the many workers who keep London open around the clock.”
TfL claim the Night Tube will cut night-time journeys by an average of 20 minutes, with some cut by more than an hour. It will also play a vital role in opening up London's night-time economy, supporting almost 2,000 permanent jobs and boosting the economy by £360m.
Late night Tube use has increased at double the rate of day-time trips and Night bus usage has risen by 173% since 2000. There are already over half a million users of the Tube after 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

All Hallows' Eve


Published: 21/10/2016   Last Updated: 21/10/2016 10:36:07   Tags:

For many this is their favourite time of year, beautiful colours or the changing autumn leaves, an excuse to dig out those cosy socks, pumpkin spiced lattes in Starbucks….and an excuse to take your children around to your neighbours to terrorize them for candy!!
However for those looking for alternatives this Halloween season there are many things going on in and around our lovely corner of West London.
Over at Chiswick House and Grounds they are having ‘Crafty Pumpkin Fun’. During half term on the 25th October you can join them in the Walled Kitchen Garden to carve a pumpkin, learn how to make a bug hotel or bird box, decorate a spooky mask and listen to story tellers.
Follow their scarecrow and garden detective trail and shadow a gardener.
Age range 4 – 11 years
Two craft workshop sessions in the morning and afternoon, 10.00 – 12.30 & 13.30 – 16.00.

Tickets £7.00 per child. All children must be accompanied by an adult (free). Please see the website below.

Stamp Duty Facts 2015/16


Published: 17/10/2016   Last Updated: 17/10/2016 15:23:02   Tags:

Properties worth more than £1m generated 50% of stamp duty land tax revenues in 2015-16, figures published today by HMRC reveal.
This represents a clear increase from 2006-07, when properties in the same financial band brought in only 36% of the surcharge.
The number of residential and non-residential property transactions where the value of property was £250,000 or less has decreased from 81% to 65% between 2006-07 and 2015-16.
The proportion of total SDLT revenues from these properties has also fallen, from 19% to 8% – an expected outcome given high levels of house price growth in recent years.
Transactions valued over £5m generated 25% of SDLT receipts over the period. These largely represent non-residential sales.
A significant 46% of stamp duty receipts in 2015-16 came from London, where house prices have risen sharply.
One single London borough – Kensington and Chelsea – contributed 7% of revenues for the country, at £514m.

Stamp Duty - A Market Killer?


Published: 16/10/2016   Last Updated: 17/10/2016 15:24:07   Tags:

We strongly feel that a “u turn” in stamp duty rates in the Chancellors autumn statement would be welcomed. The punitive rate of this tax is singularly stifling the market as buyers and would be movers resent the sheer scale of the tax payable from taxed earnings.
We hear this from buyers on a daily basis and with the fall in annual house price inflation movers cannot offset this cost other than making low offers or buying property where they can “add value.”
Paying tens or hundreds of thousands of pounds simply to move house is totally unrealistic and has killed of fluidity in the marketplace suggests Andrew Nunn. At this level there are simply too many tangible alternative investments for a buyer to consider and unless the rate is changed we will see more basements being built in every street. In turn transactional volumes are reduced which means  London prices will remain artificially high and revenue for the tax office will fall……..neither scenario can be that palatable for the current government.  

"If music be the food of love"


Published: 14/10/2016   Last Updated: 14/10/2016 15:38:01   Tags:

Don’t forget the Grove Park Music festival start their annual event to kick off autumn in Chiswick.
Starting on Friday 14th October at St Nicholas’ Church with Laurence Cummings directing Amici, The English Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble and the Monteverdi String Band in one of the greatest classical works of all time.
Sunday 16th October at St Michaels Church with Chris Glynn, piano, one of the festival vice presidents will be accompanied by some of the UK’s greatest artists who have permed at the festivals including Sally Burgess, Audrey Hyland, Joanne Lunn, Ian Partridge to name a few.
Saturday 22nd October at The Musical Museum with The Royal Academy of Music Big Band, directed by Keith Nichols, will play a selection of rare pieces from the Swing era, several of which have not been performed since the 1930s.
To book tickets either:
Email :
Phone : 020 3151 5114

Sales Update, September 2016


Published: 01/09/2016   Last Updated: 18/10/2016 12:18:25   Tags:

So the summer market has been steady after the turmoil that proceeded the EU referendum result. Whilst buyer numbers have been seasonally low the good quality correctly priced properties have gone under offer during July and August.
We anticipated a steady remaining four months to 2016 with long term owner occupiers looking to buy and taking advantage of some of the cheapest mortgage deals seen in decades and investors looking to take advantage of plenty of supply.
Whilst the roller coaster of conflicting economic reports is likely to continue over the coming weeks we sense the fundamentals of the London property market remain strong with limited quality supply and steady demand.
“There is a tight correlation between those agents that are providing “best advice” and the good sales they are achieving versus those agents who still seem keen to maintain their registers through over promising and under delivering” suggests Andrew Nunn “I find it quite ridiculous that 8 months into 2016 certain competitors of ours still haven’t worked out the pricing mechanism in their market”
If you are considering selling in 2016, or would simply like to have a better understanding of the market than please contact Andrew Nunn on 020 8995 1500 or 

A new restaurant in Grove Park.


Published: 17/08/2016   Last Updated: 18/10/2016 12:35:21   Tags:

Little bird in Grove Park is Lorraine Angliss’ newest venture following Annie’s and Rock & Rose, serving what is being described as Mediterranean street food tapas. 
The décor is fashioned in Lorraine’s signature fun and eclectic style creating a beautiful ambience in this quaint boutique restaurant.
Andrew Nunn & Associates staff have been keen to try the new venture after a review from our colleague Joanna. The cocktails were fantastic the food divine, even though the dining space is small the setting was perfect for a summer evening. However maybe more of a treat than a regular outing (£££)!
The kitchen is headed up by Michelle Lepherd who has previously worked at the River Café and also St. John under the guidance of the famous Fergus Henderson.
Michelle has created a menu with a different style of dining than that normally found in Lorraine's restaurants, a combination of grazing and sharing. Her ingredients will be
locally sourced and she will use local suppliers as much as possible. The menu will include Asian and European food.

Oktoberfest comes to Chiswick


Published: 17/07/2016   Last Updated: 17/10/2016 14:43:08   Tags:

Oktoberfest is coming to Chiswick for five days in August. Festival goers will be able to enjoy an array of German beer, food and live music. The organisers have told local people that their German beer-festival on Acton Green Common will be highly organised after concerns being raised.
The festival will be based in a giant marquee on Acton Green with a capacity of 1500, all seated. German oompah music from a live band will stop at 2200 and the DJ will stop at 2230.
Local residences opposed to the festival taking place believe it could lead to anti-social behaviour and they say such an event is not suitable for a Conservation Area.
This will be the 100th Oktoberfest that will be held, preparation for the event will start on Monday, 8 August.

EU buyers withdraw from London property market


Published: 17/06/2016   Last Updated: 17/10/2016 12:03:29   Tags:

It has been reported that buyers from mainland Europe have largely withdrawn from the market in expensive London homes as they await the outcome of the UK’s June referendum on EU membership.
Just 9 per cent of people buying “prime” central London houses and apartments in the first quarter of this year came from other EU countries, compared with 29 per cent a year earlier and a five-year average of 20 per cent.
This is despite a 10 per cent fall in sterling against the euro that has made UK homes significantly cheaper for European buyers.

Interest in Buy-to-Let drops by over a quarter as tax changes begin.


Published: 17/05/2016   Last Updated: 18/10/2016 12:31:21   Tags:

Some buy-to-let investors took a break from looking for new properties in March as the new tax changes deadline loomed, new data from Rightmove reveals.
Whilst Rightmove recorded its busiest ever Q1 for enquiries to estate agents, the intentions of buyers shifted in March, with the number of people saying they were planning to buy a property to rent out dropping by 27% compared to the same month last year. This contrasts with the increase in interest seen from investors between December and February as they tried to make last minute purchases before April’s additional 3% tax deadline.

This waning of interest definitely seems to predict a slowdown in the buy-to-let market, but what’s not yet clear is if this will only turn out to be a short-term pause. It could be that some investors are waiting until the tax changes have some time to bed in before they review their business and continue to make purchases. If this removes some of the competition for smaller properties then it could spell good news for many first-time buyers with a deposit ready as they may find now is the ideal time to make a move.

Andrew Nunn says:
“We have witnessed a general decline in enquiries from investors since the beginning of 2016 and those that have enquired have already made their purchases in-line with the incremental stamp duty deadline of 31st March 2016. As investors, domestic and overseas have been prolific in acquiring property over the last four years – their sudden absence in the current market almost certainly will lead to a softening of prices, particularly in the highly competitive flat market where we have also seen a dramatic increase in supply levels. This will then give first time buyers a greater opportunity to enter the market and purchase their first homes in a less competitive arena.

Stamp Duty weighing on luxury housing market?


Published: 17/04/2016   Last Updated: 17/10/2016 11:39:55   Tags:

Its claimed the higher stamp duty has hit the luxury London housing market, sending its shares and housebuilding stocks lower.
An upmarket house builder, which focuses on London and the south-east, said reservations for new homes were 4% lower between November and February, compared with the same period a year earlier. It sold 62 homes worth more than £2m each, a similar number to a year earlier, when the market slowed in the run-up to the general election.
Its been warned that Britain’s housing supply could be hit by what it called “one of the world’s highest property taxation regimes” along with planning issues, pointing to “sometimes conflicting policies”.
Transaction levels at the upper end of the housing market have been affected by the significant increase in transaction taxes over the past 18 months, which will have consequential effects on both social mobility and the supply of new homes.
Purchases of homes costing more than £937,500m became more expensive after an overhaul of the stamp duty regime in December 2014. For example, the effective tax rate on a £2.1m property went up to 7.9%, an increase of £18,750. And from April, buyers of second homes and buy-to-let properties face a further 3% stamp duty surcharge.
Investment bank Morgan Stanley and investment firm LCP are predicting that prices for luxury flats will fall amid a glut of new-built properties.
However, despite global macro uncertainty, including the impending UK European Referendum, underlying demand has remained strong.
In another sign that luxury housing schemes are struggling to attract buyers, more than 80 apartments on sale at Battersea Power Station in south-west London have had their asking prices slashed since the start of the year, according to the property firm Propcision.

Brexit may spark correction in the rental market?


Published: 17/03/2016   Last Updated: 17/10/2016 11:28:36   Tags:

It has been suggested in recent surveys, as the debate on Brexit grows, that international companies could flee from London if the UK severs ties with Europe.
Up to 200,000 workers could leave London if the UK exits the European Union, resulting in a huge correction in commercial property prices, research has found and this could have a knock-on effect for residential property, as highly paid members of staff who are employed by international companies move elsewhere to work, this could mean a surge of rental properties which have comfortably been housing corporate tenants for a number of years could flood the market.

Important information for Landlords - Right to Rent


Published: 17/02/2016   Last Updated: 17/10/2016 11:26:23   Tags:

From the 1st February 2016 the Government’s Right to Rent scheme was introduced in England. This means it is now the landlord’s legal responsibility to carry out checks to ensure that all adult tenants, occupiers or lodgers have the legal right to rent in the UK for new tenancies. Landlords who fail to make checks are at risk of a potential penalty of up to £3000 per tenant.

The basic principle is that a landlord may not allow an adult to occupy a property under a residential tenancy agreement unless they satisfy one of three criteria:
The adult is a British Citizen; or
The adult is an EEA or Swiss National; or
The adult has a right to rent in the UK.

How to make a check:
1)      Check which adults will live at your property as their only or main home
2)      See the original documents that allow the tenant to live in the UK
3)      Check that the documents are genuine and belong to the tenant, with the tenant present
4)      Make and keep copies of the documents and record the date you made the check

If a tenant has a limited time remaining in the UK, you must check these documents again to ensure their right to rent has been extended. Follow up checks must be carried out just before the expiry of the date or 12 months after the original check, whichever is the later. If you find out your tenant no longer has the right to rent in the UK, you must report it to the Home Office.

For more information and an acceptable list of original documents please visit:

As a professional letting agency, we will ensure these checks are carried out for all new tenancies on your behalf.

Help To Buy ISA


Published: 14/01/2016   Last Updated: 14/10/2016 16:54:30   Tags:

In another attempt to get buyers onto the property ladder the government has created the Help to Buy scheme to help ‘hard-working’ people take steps to buy their own home. The new Help to Buy: ISA will pay first-time buyers a government bonus of 25% on top of savings. For example, save £200 a month and they’ll add £50, up to a maximum of £3,000, boosting your ISA savings of £12,000 to £15,000.
You can find out more at

Latest Move On Stamp Duty


Published: 14/12/2015   Last Updated: 14/10/2016 15:50:47   Tags:

Many of us may have been watching the Autumn statement with hopes there will be a shift on Stamp Duty, in favour of buyers. However in a surprise move it was announced by the chancellor that Stamp duty will be increased for buy-to-let properties and second homes.
From 1st April 2016 there will be higher rates of stamp duty applied of 3% above the current stamp duty rates. As this can be interpreted in different ways it is difficult to know the exact additional cost. The figures below provided by Capricorn Finical are the worst case scenario, where the 3% increase is applied to all the current stamp duty bandings.
The following image shows the potential changes to stamp duty.
These calculations will be subject to change, if the rules are implemented in a different way.
Perhaps for those considering purchasing an investment property or second home may want to do this in the new year to avoid the extra tax!

Mainly About Bedford Park People


Published: 14/11/2015   Last Updated: 14/10/2016 15:43:53   Tags:

We are delighted to have been given a number of copies of this fabulous book focusing on the history of Bedford Park People and published for the second edition, by Christina Speight, in memory of her partner Lawrence Duttson.
Originally published some 20 years ago by Lawrence the book catalogues people and places with the conservation area since its inception in 1875.
If you are a Bedford Park resident and would like a copy of this book then please pop into our office.

Legionella Risk Assessment


Published: 14/10/2015   Last Updated: 14/10/2016 15:39:31   Tags:

Prior to 1st October, landlords are required to carry out a Legionella Risk Assessment on any rental property. Legionnaires disease is an illness caused by bacteria that is common in natural (rivers and lakes etc.) and artificial water systems (storage tanks, pipework, taps and showers) and if exposed to tenants can be fatal. Landlords are under a duty to ensure that the risk of exposure to tenants, residents and visitors by Legionella is properly assessed and controlled.

Legionella risk assessments are now a statutory legal requirement under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002, in exactly the same way that annual gas safety certificates are a statutory legal requirement under the Gas Safety Regulations 1998. There seems to be a general misconception that gas safety checks are mandatory, but legionella risk assessments are just ‘best practice’, but this is not the case.

An assessment can be carried out by a ‘competent’ person. A ‘competent’ person does not need to be a contractor, and can be ‘someone with the necessary skills, knowledge and experience’ in understanding how legionella bacteria grows, how it becomes a risk, and what steps can be taken to reduce the risk. If you wish to carry this out yourself we suggest you follow the guidance of The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) at Alternatively if you wish to organise for a specialist water treatment company please contact Suzana in Property Management for more information on 0208 995 1600 or

Should the assessment show the risks are low and are being properly managed, no further action is needed. Should the assessment show the risks are high, immediate action should be taken. It is important to review the assessment regularly in case anything changes in the system.


Published: 29/09/2015   Last Updated: 29/09/2015 17:52:50   Tags:

"As the Rugby World Cup starts to gain momentum so does the activity in the lettings market. Interest from tenants in the Chiswick rental market has been excellent over the last month with a record number of move ins taking place during September" comments Andrew Nunn "our new welsh negotiator, George Jones, has had an exceptional month negotiating new lets whilst his team also had a result at Twickenham on Saturday night" 

George comments "I’m very pleased with the success we’ve had in lettings over the last couple of months and intend to keep progressing throughout the Autumn and Winter months.

With a solid flow of properties letting, we need to focus on attracting and retaining new clients in order to continue our success. I believe we’re currently providing a seamless service to our landlords - often letting properties at asking-price and to reliable and thoroughly-referenced tenants. In circumstances where properties are not getting enough attention, we’re providing honest and straightforward advice as to any changes which need to be made to secure a great deal."

Katherine McDowall - Letting's Manager


Published: 28/09/2015   Last Updated: 18/10/2016 17:19:45   Tags:

Andrew Nunn Associates  are delighted to have Katherine McDowall join the team as Lettings manager. Katherine has been working in the West London Lettings industry for a number of years, with the last three of those years based in Chiswick. Katherine has gained an excellent insight into the local market and the surrounding neighbourhoods of Brentford, Hammersmith, Acton and Ealing. She also has a number of industry qualifications including the ARLA Technical Award in Residential Lettings and Property Management. “Katherine's professionalism and in depth knowledge of the Chiswick rental market is a perfect fit for our business", suggests Andrew Nunn "and furthermore her focus and management style has already had a positive impact for our rental business and clients alike to the extent we are now short of available stock and keen to attract more business".

Should you have any rental requirements, available properties that you wish to let or properties coming to the market shortly then please contact Katherine on 020 8995 1600 or

Important Information for Landlords


Published: 28/09/2015   Last Updated: 28/09/2015 14:31:49   Tags:

As of 1st October, ALL rental properties in England must have at least one smoke alarm present on each floor (battery powered or hardwired) and a carbon monoxide detector placed in any room that contains a solid fuel appliance which includes coal or wood burning fires and wood burning stoves. It is the landlord’s responsibility to ensure they are present and working at the beginning of every tenancy and it would be wise to keep evidence of the test, for example on the check in report with the tenant’s signature. Once the tenancy has started it will be the tenant’s responsibility to ensure they are kept in working order. Failure to comply can result in a fine and issues with giving notice to your tenant.**


Published: 24/09/2015   Last Updated: 28/09/2015 14:19:49   Tags: is now firmly placed as a leading property portal and all our rental properties can be found here. The portal promotes quality rental property from some of London's leading estate agencies. It is easy to navigate and offers a no nonsense approach to sourcing your next home.


London Rental Standard (LRS)

Published: 26/06/2015   Last Updated: 26/06/2015 15:36:20   Tags:

On 26 May 2014, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, launched the London Rental Standard (LRS). This bold initiative is designed to raise professional standards in the capital’s private rented sector by providing a consistent benchmark of accreditation for consumers. LRS is a voluntary set of minimum standards that the Mayor expects of letting agents who operate in London’s private rented sector.

The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has been appointed by the Mayor as one of the accrediting bodies for London Rental Standard. As an organisation, we believe in maintaining the highest professional standards in the sector and have long called for more regulation of letting agents.

ARLA fully supports the aims of the London Rental Standard. It is crucial we eliminate the small minority of rogue landlords and agents who neglect their responsibilities and bring our industry into disrepute. We are therefore proud to be working with the Mayor on this first step towards a more regulated industry.

Andrew Nunn Talks To Us About The Bedford Park Festival


Published: 06/06/2015   Last Updated: 06/06/2015 10:52:27   Tags:

Andrew Nunn and Associates have been located in Bedford Park for 27 years and Andrew is once again sponsoring some key elements of this Year's Bedford Park Festival which starts next weekend on 12th June.

Andrew tells us what he loves about living and working in Chiswick and in particular why the Bedford Park Festival is so important to him as well as what else he is involved in around the area. reaches new heights


Published: 05/06/2015   Last Updated: 18/10/2016 17:02:43   Tags:

During May, achieved

4.1 million visits
• 30 million page views
• 1.9 million unique visitors


The site is seeing strong engagement from consumers in terms of pages viewed per visit and time on site and a high percentage of repeat visitors. This reflects both the quality and range of agents and properties listed with us and the usability of the portal.
Our multi-million pound national TV, press and online advertising campaigns continue and we expect to see substantial further growth in traffic over the coming months.

Exciting new development of 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments by Linden Homes in Wendell Park


Published: 21/05/2015   Last Updated: 21/05/2015 18:06:15   Tags:


Parkside Place, located directly opposite beautiful Ravenscourt Park, brings the vibrant and fashionable West London lifestyle to your doorstep in a collection of high specification 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and one 2 bedroom house. Perfectly located in this exciting area of West London with complete ease of access both in and out of London the apartments are an ideal owner occupier purchase or rental investment. The apartments are finished to an exacting standard with quality built in appliances, underfloor heating, good storage, low running costs and most with some form of outside space.  Long leasehold. Build completion June 2015.  Two bedroom apartments from £730,000. Floorplans and photos for guidance only


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Rock in a Hard Place is a brand new musical that tells the story of the life of St Paul through an eclectic mix of musical styles including gospel, rock 'n roll, ragtime and rock ballad, together with traditional chorales and recitative. It is to be given its premiere at St Paul's Church in Grove Park on the evening of Sunday 7th June at 7pm.

The musical score is by the renowned West End musical director Michael Reed, who has collaborated with writer and lyricist John Theakston on this exciting new production.

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The Bedford Park Festival 2013  June 7th - June 23rd


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Andrew Nunn & Associates are delighted to be involved again in the Bedford Park Festival 2013 from Friday 7th June to Sunday 23rd June. "We are sponsoring the Bedford Park Open Gardens and Walk on Sunday 23rd June and this is a opportunity to see some of the wonderful gardens within the conservation area". For tickets please go to 

Brentford Football Club look to move nearer Chiswick


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:49:43   Tags:

Brentford Football Club have announced plans to move to a new site near Kew Bridge and plan a purpose built 20,000 seat stadium and residential apartments.

Brentford Football Club coming to Chiswick in 2016


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:50:06   Tags:

Brentford Football Club is set to move after its plans for a 20,000-seater stadium were approved.
The scheme, which includes up to 910 residential apartments and would be on a site between Kew Bridge railway station and the M4, was approved by Hounslow Council on Thursday night.
The Bees hope to move to the 7.6 acre site on Lionel Road from Griffin Park for the 2016-17 season.
It will now be subject to referral to the mayor of London and the government.

Budget 2013 - New Build Home Loan announced by Osbourne 

Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:50:14   Tags:

Mortgage brokers and property professionals have said that government support for home loans, announced in the Budget, is a "significant step forward" for buyers. Research by one estate agency suggested that more than 600,000 home sales could be supported by the new policies.

Planning for new Chiswick Cinema gets the go ahead


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:50:22   Tags:

Picturehouse is forge ahead with its conversion of the Ballet Rambert into a five-screen cinema following the granting of planning permission last night (Jan 16). The cinema could be open for business in early 2015.

A Council planning committee meeting voted in favour of allowing a cinema facility with five screens, a bar and cafe. The refurbishment is expected to cost between £3m and £4m and the company says it will create twenty full-time jobs and fifty part time jobs.

Help the Homeless

Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:50:36   Tags:

In December this year our lettings Manager, Boyana Paunovic, will be spending time serving food to London's homeless. 

Crisis at Christmas operate a number of centres throughout the capital and we encourage more people to help "bring some Christmas cheer" to those living on our streets.  More than 3000 people are expected to attend the centres for much needed food and warmth. 

Landlord Plus - March Newsletter

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You can see all our properties on Facebook


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:50:42   Tags:

All of our properties are now available on facebook! To view our properties on the worlds #1 social media platform, click here!

Autumn Statement - Capital Gains Tax


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:51:04   Tags:

Foreign property owners will be made to pay UK capital gains tax when they sell homes in Britain, the chancellor has announced – in a move intended to raise £70m a year by 2018-19, mainly from wealthy overseas investors.
The move, outlined by George Osborne in the Autumn Statement, goes some way towards bringing London into line with other global property investment locations – such as New York, Paris and Hong Kong – where foreign buyers face much stricter tax rules in order to shield local home buyers from the inflationary effects of international demand.From April 2015, homeowners who are non-resident in the UK for tax purposes will become liable for CGT on any increase in property values after that date.
Concerning UK domiciled landlords, at present, owner-occupiers who become landlords can claim private residence relief from CGT if they sell the property within 36 months. From April 2014, this exempt period will be halved to 18 months, “to reduce the incentive for those with multiple homes to exploit the rules”.

groveSTOCK 2013 - Saturday September 14th


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:51:17   Tags:

Andrew Nunn & Associates are delighted to be the main sponsor for this years groveSTOCK 2013.  Chiswick’s premier music festival is back on September 14 with the best line-up ever and live music on the outdoor stage from 3pm to 10pm.

Enjoy the deft lyrics and catchy harmonies of Taxi Joe, sing along with Rogue 5 and then dance the night away with The Fat Chance Band.  And throughout, be charmed and entertained by the wit of Star stand-up compare Patrick Monahan.

Held in the heart of Grove Park in the Vicarage Gardens at the corner of Hartington Road and Grove Park Road, groveSTOCK is about have a great time, listening to some live music and enjoying the atmosphere of a great little music festival.


"This is our 6th year as main sponsors of groveSTOCK and we throughly enjoy being a part of such a great local event which brings together a lot of local people and some fantastic and talented artists" comments Andrew Nunn  

A Hollywood Christmas music concert


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We are delighted to be sponsoring this year’s “A Hollywood Christmas” music concert at St. Paul’s Church Chiswick on December 15th at 6:30pm.

The major concert production is under the direction of Mike Reed, with professional singers and musicians from WestEnd!

To find out more and buy your tickets, please visit

We do hope you can join us for this exciting and exuberant extravaganza!

French Expert joins Andrew Nunn Associates


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:51:26   Tags:

We are delighted that Julien Vidal has joined us to compliment our sale team here in Chiswick. Julien brings six years experience of selling French Property to London based clients and is also an expert in French tax matters! 

The Perfect Retreat....and the skiing is not bad either!


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Ideal for families, Châtel is a wonderful resort for winter and summer activities situated in a picturesque valley just over one hour from Geneva. Quote ref ANA

40% growth in London house prices?


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:51:50   Tags:

The London property market is set to surge more than 40 per cent over the next five years, according to a forecast today.

Average prices in the capital will smash through the £500,000 mark as the economic recovery gathers pace and mortgages become more freely available, said City forecasters the Centre for Economics and Business Research.

But the report insisted that the “prodigious” rise was nothing to worry about and merely reflected the capital’s success as a global metropolis.  It said the surge “is being driven by the fundamental fact that people want to live in the capital with its employment and cultural opportunities”.

Daniel Solomon, author of the report,  added: “The housing market recovery we are seeing rests on firm economic and demographic foundations — at least for now. Talk of a house price bubble is premature.”

London house prices have been rising steadily since the early summer of 2009 when the Bank of England slashed its interest rate to a record low of 0.5 per cent.

Prices broke through their pre-financial crisis highs in spring last year and are rising at a double-digit rate in many parts of London. The CEBR projections shows the average price standing at £566,000 by 2018.

The latest bullish forecast came as figures showed mortgage approvals standing at a new five-year high. 

Banks and building societies gave the all clear to 62,226 home loans in August — normally a quiet month for the property market — the most since the early days of the credit crunch in February 2008.

A further rise in the volume of mortgages is expected in the autumn after David Cameron ordered the launch of the second phase of the Government’s £12 billion Help to Buy scheme to be next week instead of January.

It is aimed at assisting buyers by providing a state guarantee of home loans representing up to 15 per cent of the purchase price.

Raising Money for MacMillan


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On Saturday October 12th Andrew Nunn Associates joined in the worlds largest coffee morning on behalf on Macmillan Cancer Research. The morning was a great success and well supported by our clients and buyers alike. In total we managed to raise over £400 for this great cause. Out thanks go to Lavelli in South Parade for their help and assistance.   

Enjoy the Mardi Gras Ball .....February 9th 2013


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:52:42   Tags:

Andrew Nunn and Associates are delighted to be a sponsor of the Mardi Gras Ball taking place at The Union (Chiswick Business Park) on Saturday 9th February at 7.30. The fun filled evening includes Drinks reception, three-course dinner with wine,
charity auctions, fundraising games and dancing to a live band. Tickets £75 per person in aid of St Michael & All Angels' Organ and Parish Rooms Appeal. 

New Mobile Website Launched

Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:52:50   Tags:

We are delighted to have a new mobile website up and running. 
This will make browsing our properties so easy, giving access to all our sales and lettings data on your mobile phone.

Mortgage lending starting to ease?

Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:53:56   Tags:

The Council of Mortgage Lenders comment that mortgage lending is starting to ease and suggest further lending activity going into more

Mortgage Pricing War

Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:54:17   Tags:

Mortgage market price war as rates fall by a third
Latest launch from HSBC with lowest ever two-year fixed rate mortgage at 1.99pc.

UK home building hits highest since 2007


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:56:45   Tags:

New-home building in the UK last year hit its highest level since the financial crisis, with London's build-rate the strongest for 25 years, according to a report.
New-home registrations in the UK rose by 28% in 2013 to 133,670, the highest number since 2007, the National House Building Council (NHBC) said.
In London, 26,230 new-build homes were registered, a 60% increase on 2012.
But the NHBC warned that a new-home shortage was pushing up prices.
NHBC chief executive Mike Quinton said: "Looking back at 2013 it is very clear that it has been the best in a number of years for the sector as a whole, across the entire country.

Long standing South Parade planning application moves toward conclusion


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RICS predict 11% increase in London Property Prices in 2014  

Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:59:39   Tags:

Earlier today the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors released their report predicting an average house price inflation of 8% across the UK with London leading the way at 11%. Earlier in the weeek the governor of the Bank of England suggested he has house price inflation in London firmly on his radar and if necessary has the tools to control any unreasonalbe growth without affecting the finely balanced UK economy.

Sam’s Riverside


Last Updated: 03/12/2019 14:48:11   Tags: Sam’S Riverside, Hammersmith Bridge, W6

Our lettings team thoroughly enjoyed a stunning dinner and great hospitality at their client’s new venture, Sam’s Riverside which offers a super stylish interior and occupies an enviable river location looking towards Hammersmith Bridge.


After the success of Sam’s Brasserie here in Chiswick this looks like it is sure to be another winner!

Easter rush leaves us with few properties to sell!


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:59:51   Tags:

Andrew Nunn quotes "after a very busy time before, during and after the Easter break we are now almost sold out of our avaialble properties. Demand from overseas buyers and the westward migration out of town has left us with an interesting problem.......very little to offer new buyers. Should you be thinking of selling this Spring then now is definitely the time to be talking to us and working out the most appropriate strategy for selling your home".   

Exciting New Partnership for Andrew Nunn Associates


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 16:59:59   Tags:

To enhance our ability to connect with you and provide excellent service, we are constantly on the lookout for innovative new approaches. So when we met the team at Source, a unique digital lifestyle service, we immediately agreed a partnership we think you will greatly benefit from.
Source promises to deliver "Lifestyle at your fingertips". It's a smart and intuitive mobile app that, whilst providing informative content about a range of lifestyle interests, allows you to effortlessly request and tailor bespoke products & services on the go using the in-built interactive chat.
Andrew Nunn is delighted to be working with Source to provide you with a new channel to engage with us. We appreciate that our customers increasingly find mobile technology useful and practical in getting things done in their busy day to day lives - and we think you will enjoy interacting with us in this new way
If this sounds exciting why don’t you give it a go for your next request from us?

Click here to download the Source app from the Apple App Store, and on this e mail  

to request an access code for the trial membership we have agreed for our customers.
Happy “Sourcing”!

Special Property

Last Updated: 16/09/2014 17:00:09   Tags:

Addison Grove Bedford Park - One of the last few unmodernised grade II listed houses in the convservation area. 3000 sq ft semi detached house with off street parking, south facing garden and outbuildings. Freehold

St Michaels & All Angels Advent Calendar


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 17:00:24   Tags:

We are proud once again to be part of this festive occassion and the SMAAA Advent Calendar. We thank all the "artists" for their creative help in compiling the calendar and....Happy Christmas to all.  

The London Octopus - works start on this landmark 7000sqm office building


Last Updated: 16/09/2014 17:00:37   Tags:

Creating an iconic profile on London's skyline
The London Octopus is not just a wonderful landmark building which graces the entrance to one of the world’s greatest capital cities, it represents the ultimate world wide branding vehicle.

A 7,000 sqm office building with a 2,650 sqm LED shroud provides an infinite opportunity to express branding and CSR messages, in as bold or as subliminal a fashion as can be imagined.

Realised by MAKE Architects, and expressed through the themes of movement and interactivity, the result being a 50 metre tall asymmetrical and effervescent building that reaches out and responds to views in all directions

Now on Twitter

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We are now on Twitter.  Please follow us or tweet us @NunnAndrew

What does 2020 hold in store for the Chiswick market?


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Stunning photographic book "Wild About Chiswick" now available

Last Updated: 06/01/2020 09:44:37   Tags:

Andrew Nunn & Associates are delighted to be involved in this latest book "Wild About Chiswick" by photographer and publisher Andrew Wilson.

This 224 page coffee table style book contains some wonderful images of Chiswick, some of which are well known, some of which are less obvious. The diverse range of subjects and landscapes are truly wonderful and the book would be the ideal Christmas gift for many a Chiswickian. Andrew Nunn & Associates are selling 100 personalised editions from their office in South Parade with all proceeds going to the Tommy Hollis Childrens Fund.

The fund was started by Kate and Chris Hollis after their son Tommy was tragically crushed by a falling lamppost on Sutton Court Road. The fund primarily benefits underprivileged, sick or orphaned children.

"Our involvement in this book reinforces our passion for Chiswick" suggests Andrew Nunn "and I feel this book encapsulates all that the area has to offer". Please call 020 8995 1500 to reserve your copy as our edition is limited to 100 copies
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