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This review highlights something we are passionate about here at R Whitley & Co - pooled commission for our sales negotiators. We are strongly of the belief that a team approach results in the best customer service and outcome for our clients. It's great to see this reflecting in our client's experiences. Look out for our editorial in the Gazette next week for more. https://www.rateragent.co.uk/branch/review/view/14739

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"Best Estate Agents we have ever dealt with" Check out the full review at https://www.rateragent.co.uk/branch/review/view/14146 

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WEST DRAYTON NOW & THEN
|| High Street, Yiewsley || (Updated December 2016)
Taken from just outside the De Burgh Arms by the railway bridge looking in the direction of Colham Bridge. The top photo was taken early 1900 and the bottom one today!
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A lovely Christmas Card and words from a vendor who's sale has just completed!
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We deliberated long and hard before deciding that this was the right agent for us and it has proved to be so

View the review here: http://www.rateragent.co.uk/branch/review/view/13152

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In this week's edition of the Gazette:
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"Great service, highly recommend!!!"
http://www.rateragent.co.uk/branch/review/view/12561

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WEST DRAYTON NOW & THEN
|| Wise Lane, West Drayton ||
Here's a photo of Wise Lane taken looking away from Rowan Road. Click here to see the location of the photo on Google Maps: http://buff.ly/2dnlPpo
The top one would date to approximately the 1950's when the Wise Lane estate was being constructed and the bottom one was taken very recently.
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A really lovely review from a recent client entitled "Estates Agents at their very best!!" See the review at

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WEST DRAYTON NOW & THEN
|| Colham Avenue, West Drayton ||
Here's a photo of Colham Avenue taken from the Fairfield Road end looking towards Horton Road. Click here to see the location of the photo on Google Maps: http://buff.ly/2bdBLfj .
The top one would date to approximately the late 1800's and the bottom one was taken very recently.
Did you know that the central grassed area of Colham Avenue in #‎yiewsley was once a branch of the Grand Union Canal called Otter Dock running from the main canal to the brickyards. By the late 1800's it had become derelict and a sanitary report in 1896 referred to the “abominable stench caused by a deposit of manure”. Eventually the decision was made to fill it in. This work started in 1909 but was not completed until 1911. The Metropolitan Public Gardens Association gave seventy trees for planting on the reclaimed site, renamed Colham Avenue in 1938. The cost of acquiring the dock, filling it in and the tree planting was £272.
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