Nick Bridger

Nick Bridger

AssocRICS MFPWS

Nick joined Peter Barry in 2015 bringing with him a wealth of experience in residential property matters from a prime Central London Estate Agents. Since qualifying as AssocRICS, Nick specialises in residential property surveys, licence to alterations and party wall work. Acting for both building owners and adjoining owners. Outside of work, Nick is a keen shooting enthusiast and has competed at various levels in clay pigeon shooting.

Email: nick.bridger@peterbarry.co.uk

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Garden Offices and The Party Wall Act

A recent survey found that almost three in five (59%) said that after lockdowns lift, they would like to work from home some or all of the time in their current job. The creation of a home office space is therefore going to be a priority for many people in the months ahead. If you have the luxury of a spare room that’s great ... Read More >>

Rishi Sunak’s Stamp Duty Holiday

Of all taxes, Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is one of the more debatable (and liked) as it significantly slows the pace at which the housing market can operate. It is particularly restrictive on first-time buyers who make a significant contribution to a functioning market. Less first time buyers, less second-time buyers to buy ... Read More >>

Selling a Flat with a Short Lease

One of the most common reasons for leaseholders wanting to extend their leases is the need to sell. A property's value decreases along with the lease, with a 70-year lease worth around 90% of a 100-year lease, whilst a 60-year lease is more like 80%. The basic mathematics of the lease extension process means that the cost of ... Read More >>

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