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  • Stiles Harold Williams
    A modern multi-disciplinary, property based professional advisory firm. Read more.
  • History
    Established for 215 years, we can trace our roots back to 1798 in Croydon and London. Read more.
  • Offices
    We work from offices across the South of England, London and the Midlands on property all over the UK. Read more.
  • People
    150 people with 80 fee earners of whom more than 50 are Chartered Surveyors. Read more.
  • Core Commercial Services
    Commercial Agency and Investment, Landlord and Tenant, Valuations and Business Rates, Development Consultancy and Town planning, Building Consultancy and Commercial Management. Read more.
  • Specialist Commercial Services
    Aviation, Motor Trade/Roadside and Leisure Property, Expert Witness work, Educational and Healthcare Property and LPA Fixed Charge Receivership. Read more.
  • Residential Services
    Leasehold Enfranchisement, Leasehold Management, Town Planning, Building Consultancy, Residential Development Consultancy and Valuation. Read more.
  • Available Properties
    Commercial properties and sites to let and for sale, Investment sales and Residential Development Properties and sites for sale. Read more.
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  • Environmental Policy
    Stiles Harold Williams adopts a positive attitude to the environnment and sustainability issues. Read more.
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making property work - that's what we do

Stiles Harold Williams is an independent property advisory business with specialists in many aspects of commercial and residential property. From offices in London and the south east we serve our clients across the UK, striving to provide the right answers to their property needs and making property work for their benefit.


  • Zero industrial new-build availability left in Worthing

  • 27 September 2016
  • Eager readers of SHW News will recall our persistent warnings of imminent industrial shortage in the Worthing area – for instance and We are now sorry to report that there is currently NO contemporary industrial stock left in the vicinity of the town. The letting of Unit D3 of the Ford Industrial Estate (above left 1,017 sq ft), to Roundstone Recovery– along with the sale of Unit 10, Northbrook Road, Worthing to Sterling Power Tools & Fixings Ltd (above right 4,145 sq ft) signalled the most acute shortage yet.
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  • Lease Advisory helps enhance Trafalgar Place value

  • 23 September 2016
  • SHW Lease Advisory have a variety of roles, not only in advising on rent reviews and lease renewals but also in negotiating changes to lease terms which can increase value to the owner. Paul Spruce at the SHW Brighton office was recently involved in advising Aberdeen Asset Management - at Trafalgar Place in connection with negotiating the removal of break clauses in two leases in Lanchester House in exchange for a small rent free period for the tenants. This resulted in an increase in the capital value. Following this he also negotiated rent reviews achieving over 12% increases in the passing rents on each floor.
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  • Substantial rates reduction for licenced premises

  • 19 September 2016
  • Stiles Harold Williams have achieved a 33% reduction in business rates for a restaurant and bar in South London that was rated as licenced premises. The reduction was back dated to April 2010 meaning the owner received a large refund on overpaid rates.
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  • SHW running team step up in Scotland

  • 16 September 2016
  • Four SHW running enthusiasts recently took part in the Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) 5k charity run – successfully negotiating Arthur’s Seat and the tough uphill course. SHW provide letting, lease advisory, rating and building consultancy services to AAM on a number of buildings across the south east. Ryan Carson (pictured left doing the ‘Mo’, with Rob Dixon, Paul Spruce and Emma Hards) took on 200 other fleet-footed competitors. Managing Partner Martin Clark had a last-minute injury, but took on role of main supporter. The run made in excess of £5,000 for the Wooden Spoon charity. Emma said of the event: “It was great to be able to tie up a meeting with our client with a fun and worthwhile event. Aberdeen Asset Management did a great job at organising. “At the end of the race we all swore we would never want to run up Arthur’s Seat again, but now our legs have recovered we will definitely be there next year!”
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  • New Health & Safety guidelines - harsher penalties, possible jail term

  • 16 September 2016
  • Changes to penalty guidelines for judges in cases covering various aspects of health and safety legislation have resulted in significantly higher fines and some prison sentences. The reforms – the most comprehensive in more than two decades – were introduced in February 2016 and led to financial penalties of £1m or more for serious breaches. Recent high-profile breaches include:
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