News, views, stories and advice from Middleton.

Improving the energy performance in listed buildings

24th October 2016

Award-winning dissertation by Middleton’s Ben Horne identifies methods to improve energy performance in the UK’s 500,000 listed buildings.

Middleton’s Ben Horne (pictured above) has been awarded the Rural Land Management Dissertation Prize by Harper Adams University for his investigation into ‘Improving Energy Performance in Listed Buildings’. Ben, who covers the Hampshire and South West region for Middleton’s country division, recently completed an MSc in Rural Estate and Land Management at Harper Adams.

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Categories: General news

The Middleton 100 – inspiration for weekend warriors!

12th October 2016

The second Middleton 100 cycle ride took place on Saturday 8 October 2016, with 20 participants completing a 100-kilometre course through some of southern England’s most beautiful countryside including Leith Hill, the second highest point in the South East of England.

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The Telegraph, 9 October 2016

9th October 2016

Flicks and mortar: live near the best indie cinemas in the UK.

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Categories: In the press

City A.M. 7 October 2016

7th October 2016

Focus On Earl's Court: Around 7,500 new homes and a brand new high street coming to west London by 2033.

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Categories: In the press

Meet Gilly Mulford, executive assistant, Country team

1st October 2016

"...the fact I worked as a casework administrator for a leading forensic company must have been the part of my CV that caught the eye!”

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Categories: Middleton people

ROCK SOLID: Middleton Q3 update

1st October 2016

In the most obvious way possible, Q3 2016 has been unlike any quarter any of us have known. Bizarrely, in most other ways the ‘Brexit quarter’ has been business as usual. The 23 June tremors have, to date, been considerably less shocking than those that were felt after 15 September 2008. Less than 12 months after we established Middleton Advisors the Lehman Brothers collapse provoked what is routinely described as ‘the worst economic crisis in living memory’. We thrived then, and we see plenty of reasons to be positive in the current climate.

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Categories: General news