We at Deriaz Campsie are big fans of making things as easy as possible. With that in mind, we have been busy gathering up some useful links to sites we think you may want to visit. This will serve to either enhance your commercial property search or just widen your knowledge of the local area. If there is anything else you would like to see on here then please don’t hesitate to get in contact here
If you are unsure which Council a site is located in, then use the above site. Once you know which council the site is in then you can contact them for information such as Business Rates
Alternatively, if you are just looking for estimated business rate information can use the government web tool using the post code of the property
The National Heritage List for England (NHLE) is a trusted source for listed building information. It is the official and up-to-date database of all nationally designated heritage assets, so a great place to check if you are wondering if your site is listed. If it is it may complicate planning applications, check out our planning and valuation services for more information.
If you are keen to see a photograph of the listed building you are looking at then this is place to go. Please note though the Advanced Search requires you to register free of charge.
Created in 2007, it is still largely up-to-date and provides a list of procedures relating to the display of advertisements in England.
Wycombe District covers Marlow, High Wycombe and Princes Risborough, find out more about council services at the above link
You may have noticed that the Handy Cross development in Wycombe is moving forward at a rapid pace, all the up-to-date information is above.
My Marlow is the place to go if you are looking for information on what is happening in and around Marlow.
The Wycombe District has 61 conservation areas, defined as a group of buildings whose character, interest and history make them worthy of special protection and enhancement. Buildings within a conservation area may or may not be suitable for listing. Find out more about them above.
Although this dates from 2004, so will not show any buildings listed since then, The Marlow Conservation Area Character Survey includes some helpful plans, including one showing listed buildings.
This is the council website covering all the towns in the Windsor and Maidenhead area.
The Chilterns is a beautiful place to explore, find out more at the above link.