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Whatley Lane are committed to climate positive action and sustainable activities to off-set carbon within the construction and housing sectors.

It is after-all, a significant contributor to carbon emmissions and every effort made to offset these activities is, in our opinion, a worthwhile and important factor in achieving the climate goals and targets that are so widely in dicussion across the globe. This is why we support a vigerous tree planting and sustainability mission – funded through all the property transactions that take place through either of our two offices in Newmarket or Bury St Edmunds. Our News and Insights page is designed for all our clients – whether you be a landlord or seller, looking to relocate to Suffolk or Cambridge or firmly routed in our neck of woods – we hope these articles provide you with some insight to delight and inform!


Property Pulse

Property Market Insights HOUSING REVIEW When will house price growth return to normal levels? Inflationary House Price Factors UK house prices increased by more than

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Ev charge points
Selling Property
Annie Veale

Sustainable Home Improvements

Sustainable Home Improvements – what are the most desirable factors When assessing the options for sustainable home improvements it can be a difficult decision on where

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local Information
Annie Veale

How to decide where to Live?

useful area information for all our properties and this allows you to ascertain the distances to the most essential services – food, health and schooling, powered by yelp, this information, we hope, will allow you to build a better picture of a location

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interiors and tours
Annie Veale

The power of 360 tours

There was once a time when only a hardcopy of sales particulars were available to home movers when visiting estate agents to give a flavour

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solar power
Annie Veale

Green Housing Revolution

Property consumes 40 per cent of the world’s energy and contributes to 30 per cent of global annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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