REASSURANCE ISSUED BY COMMERCIAL PROPERTY AGENTS AS GULLY HOWARD LIMITED HEADS INTO LIQUIDATION

Gully Howard Commercial Property Agents are reassuring clients past, present and future that they are still very much open for businesses and unaffected by the expected voluntary liquidation of Gully Howard Limited, the professional services side of the company.

A Deemed Consent notice has been published in the London Gazette this week stating the intention for Gully Howard Limited to go into voluntary liquidation this coming Friday (5th November).

However, Gully Howard Commercial Property Agents has been successfully operating separately from Gully Howard Limited since 2016, which it will continue to do.

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Gully Howard was established in 2004 following the merger of Jeremy Gully Commercial Agency and Howard Associates Chartered Surveyors.

The Newport offices of the surveyors will close on Friday, with 3 staff being made redundant. 2 of the company’s directors, Shaun Woolford and Jamie Whittle, are moving on to new ventures.

Gavin Chambers of Gully Howard Commerical Property Agents has told Island Echo:

“We are very pleased to reassure our clients past, present and future that we are still very much open for business and are completely unaffected by the expected closure of Gully Howard Limited (the professional services side of the company).

“We welcome all enquiries if you are considering selling your business, or looking to buy a business or investment. We have recently invested in new staff, equipment and are expecting a new website to be ready soon in order to support our growing list of clients and further our continued expansion”.

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All creditors of Gully Howard Limited are expected to be paid in full.

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