Latest health and safety course for approved contractors
Contractors who work with Morris, Marshall and Poole have been undergoing their latest health and safety updates and training course.
Contractors who work with Morris, Marshall and Poole have been undergoing their latest health and safety updates and training course.
The chance to live at a working station along one of the UK’s most scenic railway lines is up for grabs.
Landowners in the Newtown area of Powys are being warned to ensure they are compensated for major water pipeline works being undertaken.
The opportunity to acquire a property alongside the idyllic Llangollen section of the Shropshire Union canal is rare.
You could win a pair of tickets to the Six Nations clash between Wales v Ireland on Friday, 10 March 2017.
There are few properties in Wales' Severn Valley that offer the luxury trappings of a heated outdoor swimming pool, private river jetty with sporting rights and its own private wildlife area.
A successful Mid Wales-based honey producer has acquired commercial premises in Newtown through Morris, Marshall and Poole as part of its expansion.
With continued growth, we’re looking to expand our team and we have a vacancy at our Newtown office for a surveying, planning and draughtsman technician. Could it be you?
First property auction of 2017 announced by Mid Wales and Shropshire estate agent.
Growth in the rental of residential properties in Mid Wales and Shropshire has resulted in one of the area’s longest established estate agents expanding.
We're perhaps best known for being one of the longest established estate agents and chartered property surveyors in Mid Wales and Shropshire.
With a buoyant local property market, there's never a better time to put your home on the market.
Have you thought about moving house but you’re just not sure of the value of your home and haven’t had the time to talk to an estate agent?
The past few months has seen strong demand for commercial, industrial and retail premises in the Mid Wales and the Oswestry areas.
A group of young Ceredigion pupils have been getting to grips with the local property market during a visit to an Aberystwyth estate agent.
Private residential landlords have until 23 November to register for Rent Smart Wales or pas mangement to an agent like Morris, Marshall and Poole.
Over 2,300 sheep presented for sale at annual Morris, Marshall and Poole Llanidloes Sheep Sale.
Villages throughout north Powys have been praised for their community spirit after the winner of the Montgomeryshire Best Kept Village was revealed.
Eleven communities throughout north Powys will be pinning their hopes on being named the Montgomeryshire Best Kept Village 2016 on Friday.
A converted former Mid Wales chapel and village hall is expected to generate interest when it comes to auction later this month.
At least 23 properties from throughout Mid Wales will be auctioned off next week as part of a sale with a guide value of over £2.3million.
A Welsh Georgian country estate and hall built by a banker for his family and set in 40 acres of land is to be auctioned next month in a rare sale of such a property in Mid Wales.
There are some big changes affecting the private residential lettings market in Wales this year, including Powys, Ceredigion and Gwynedd, and we’re still finding many landlords are unaware of how how it will affect them.
Set in the rolling hills of the historic former county of Montgomeryshire, Hafod is a seven-bedroomed country retreat that has only ever come on to the market once before since it was built over 100 years ago.
Two former HSBC bank buildings in north Powys have been placed on the open market, providing a property investment opportunity.
A rare chance to acquire a farmhouse, outbuildings and land in the Ceiriog Valley near Llangollen will be put to auction on Friday, 15 July.
Newtown’s town centre riverside area is set to be enhanced with the investment in and development of new housing on an area left derelict in recent years.
Bryan Jarman and Tom Davies of Mid Wales and Shropshire property surveyors and estate agents Morris, Marshall and Poole have successfully passed their entry into the prestigious Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
We're holding a series of evening surgeries for existing and potential residential landlords to talk about Rent Smart Wales and how we can help them manage their properties.
We've been ensuring Mid Wales is put firmly on the property sales map at our London base this week.
A popular property auction regularly featuring land, housing and commercial premises from Mid Wales and Shropshire is to be featured on a national television programme later in the year.
A perfect escape and investment for a lifestyle smallholding with its own holiday let and commercial opportunities.
Ever wanted to own your own hill? Two Welsh hills, a former chapel, a fisherman’s cottage, houses and land are up for sale at an auction in Mid Wales later this month.
Open days for new houisng development at Brynmor Heights in Newtown.
A 15-bedroomed mansion in Aberystwyth that was home over 70 years ago to Wales’ very first Welsh-medium school has been put up for sale.
Properties from throughout Mid Wales are to be promoted to potential buyers in London’s exclusive Park Lane by one of the region’s longest serving estate agents, Morris Marshall and Poole.
Fixing the interest rate on your debt may be worthwhile, property and agricultural land owners are urged.
There are just weeks left for villages in Montgomeryshire to submit their entries for the 2016 Best Kept Village Competition.
Many landowners in Mid Wales and Shropshire face losing the ability to gain possession of their own land, affecting its value and having tax personal implications, a local property agent has warned.
Property and landowners in Mid Wales are invited to put forward their homes, land and commercial property for auction.
Commercial opportunities for business expansion, investment and employment in Newtown, Powys are being promoted as part of a push on available property in the town to local companies, as well as those seeking to expand into the area.
The winners of Morris, Marshall and Poole's 2016 Calendar Competition have been revealed.
MMP's Matthew Williams qualifies as a chartered surveyor, joining the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Sat within the foothills of the famous Snowdonia National Park, a 17th century former farmhouse and mill has been carefully modernised to provide what is an idyllic rural sanctuary for a potential new owner.
Private landlords in Mid Wales are being warned they must now comply with new private rented housing legal requirements in Wales or face possible prosecution.
Over 2,600 sheep were for sale at the recent Llanidloes Sheep Sale organised by auctioneers and estate agents Morris, Marshall and Poole.
Nearly half the plots on a new residential property development at Minsterley, Shropshire have been sold before the developer has even started work on them.
A farm near Newtown, Powys with over 121 acres of land has been sold for £1.1m with two further parcels of land selling for over £250,000, demonstrating the strong demand for such property in the area.
A seven-bedroom home thought to be built by the owner of a local Welsh slate quarry in the 1880s has been put up for sale by its owners who have spent over 20 years restoring it to its natural beauty.
Villages throughout Montgomeryshire in north Powys have been invited to take part in a new and refreshed Best Kept Village competition in 2016 – and this time it won’t be about immaculate lawns and floral displays.
Properties from Welshpool, Newtown and Machynlleth are among nine with a total guide price of £1.3million expected to attract bidders to an auction in the area later this month.
Farming couple seek "young farmer" to take on part of their farm as they seek semi-retirement.
A country home tucked in the foothills of the Snowdonia National Park is being sold complete with its own private nature reserve, a commercial bunkhouse and broadband speeds of up to 330Mbps.
A farm and land auction run in Mid Wales by chartered surveyors and estate agents Morris, Marshall and Poole demonstrates the advantages for buyers and sellers.
Do you share a private sewage pumping station, taking waste from your home to a main sewer? If yes, here are some important changes you need to know about, says Martin Moore from our Shrewsbury office.
Come and work for Mid Wales and Shropshire’s leading estate agents Morris, Marshall and Poole.
A luxury Snowdonia home once described by the former National Trust chairman and journalist Sir Simon Jenkins as “an outstanding example of British craftsmanship” could soon be home to a new owner in Mid Wales.
Entries are open for our next property auction. Find out why auctions can be the right way to sell your property or land.
Enter our 2016 Calendar competition for the chance to have your picture or photograph in our 2016 wall calendar.
A significant retail building in Mid Wales with historic links to the world’s first mail order company, Queen Victoria and even Florence Nightingale has been put up for sale as an investment opportunity.
A well-known Mid Wales visitor attraction has been put up for sale, complete with two-bedroomed bungalow, monkeys, wild cats and reptiles as the owners look to retire.
Moving home is bitter sweet. You have all the excitement of a new house and a new part of your life, but you also have all the sorting out to do before and after the move.
A six-bedroomed home on the Powys/Shropshire border and a building plot close to Aberystwyth are to go under the hammer at an auction in Welshpool next week.
A three-bedroomed home in the popular Montgomeryshire village of Meifod near Welshpool offers purchasers a potential quick sale with no chain.
Staff from MMP were out in force to celebrate one of the team tying the knot over the weekend - and didn't they look good.
Opportunity for potential homebuyers to view the new Brynmor Parc housing development in Newtown during open day.
Buying new properties off plan went through a boom period but declined sharply during the recession. But with many housing developments planned in Mid Wales and Shropshire, what are the benefits now?
North Wales’ Great Orme is best known for its stunning beauty and spectacular sea views. And now someone has the chance to own part of this famous limestone headland next to the popular seaside town of Llandudno, complete with agricultural land, farm buildings and a bungalow with unparalleled views.
From a residence with a hatter’s shop to a home with a dental practice, the Old Bank House at Llanfair Caereinion in Powys has had a mixed use since it was built in the 1830s and has now been placed on the market for sale.
Finding two acres of private grounds with a luxury home, complete with its own office and partly bounded by a brook in Darwin’s birthplace of Shrewsbury is a rarity.
Eager bidding saw two north Powys properties surpass their minimum guide price at a property auction held in Mid Wales.
Former primary school among houses, a holiday chalet, building pot and other properties at Spring Collective Property Auction in Welshpool.
Gothic style chapel built in memory of a North Wales missionary to be put under the hammer at Morris, Marshall and Poole property auction.
Staff from Morris, Marshall and Poole have raised over £250 for the Severn Hospice in memory of a colleague.
Mid Wales towns are top in the 50 best places to live in the UK, according to The Sunday Times.
Morris, Marshall and Poole partner Keith Davies looks at the new Basic Payment Scheme, applying for it and letting land.
Demand for homes in the Newtown, Llanidloes and Machynlleth areas of Powys, Mid Wales is outstripping supply for certain types of properties, according to one of the region’s leading property estate agents.
MMP partner Tony Evans looks at the Welsh Single Farm Payments Scheme and the importance of an accurate application.
Neville Roberts, a property surveyor at Morris, Marshall and Poole, explains how the trend for retro-fitted cavity wall insulation isn't necessarily always a good idea and might prevent you from selling your home in the future.
A multi-million pound water mains renewal pipeline planned between Llanfair Caereinon and Foel in north Powys could affect land and property owners along the route.
A 19th century chapel is offering a temptation to house-buyers to live and work in the historic Welsh border town of Montgomery, steeped in history and its own borderland castle.
Today is the launch of OnTheMarket.com and we've joined this new national property website to ensure our customers get maximum exposure when it comes to selling their homes and properties.
Residential property sales are expected to rise in Mid Wales and Shropshire in 2015, providing more new year opportunities for homeowners to considering buying or selling a home.
2015 is going to be an exciting year for us here at Morris, Marshall and Poole as one of the leading estate and land agents in Mid Wales and Shropshire.
And to kick off the year we’re pleased to announce that we’ll be increasing the marketing of our clients’ properties and land using a new nationwide property web portal to ensure homes for sale or rent through MMP reach as wide an audience as possible.
With most arable and dairy incomes in Mid Wales and Shropshire affected by poor commodity prices and relatively high input costs this autumn, the tax bill due in a few weeks time will undoubtedly be unwelcome, according to Rob Hudson from local land and property agents Morris, Marshall and Poole.
A rare chance has arisen to own and run a bed and breakfast within some of Wales' most scenic countryside and its very own Christmas tree plantation.
It's time to tuck into breakfast at Ysgol Meifod after Morris, Marshall and Poole helps provide a serving trolley for the school's breakfast club.
Morris, Marshall and Poole rental specialist Sarah Mills has become a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Today marked some significant changes to the property market in the UK which will affect everyone buying a home from Thursday, 4th December 2014.
The Morris, Marshall and Poole team are supporting Mid Wales' only finalist in this year's S4C Fferm Ffactor programme. Are you?
A very big congratulations to Morris, Marshall and Poole chartered surveyor Kathryn Davies who has been named RICS Matrics Young Residential Property Surveyor of the Year.
Imagine inviting your customers to your office or accommodation, telling them they have just a couple of steps to take from their train. That's just the opportunity at Caersws in Mid Wales where the former Station Master's House is up for sale on a working railway station, providing a rare opportunity to invest in a business opportunity.
A four-bedroomed Shropshire home that hosted fun-packed charity bingo nights has been put up for sale, ending several years of social events.
Morris, Marshall and Poole is proud to reveal property surveyor Kathryn Davies is a finalist in the prestigious RICS Young Surveyor of the Year Award 2014 and the only finalist from Wales in the Residential/Valuation category.
A new gated residential development in Shrewsbury is attracting families back to live in the town centre, according to Morris, Marshall and Poole's Martin Moore who is based in Shropshire.
A Mid Wales farmhouse, built in the 1850s but left uninhabited since the Great Winter of 1947, might be off the beaten track but it can still have up to 25Mbps of broadband.
Remember, remember the fifth of November... as that's the night of Llanidloes' bonfire and fireworks display
Over 2,300 sheep were on sale at the Llanidloes Sheep Sale held at Kennel Fields, which attracted interest from a wide area.
Decisions, decisions. Would you decide to put an offer in on a house within 25 minutes of stepping into it for a viewing?
Grants available for homeowners and businesses in Mid Wales wanting fast broadband.
We're one big team at Morris, Marshall and Poole - until it comes to local football for Paul and Bryan
The Morris, Marshall and Poole Autumn Auction sold £815,500 of property and land in an hour
Llanfyllin's historic Post Office is put up for sale, providing an exciting retail and residential opportunity
Would you like to work for Mid Wales and Shropshire's leading and established estate agent? We have a vacancy for a full-time receptionist.
Open day to be held at 170-year-old three-bedroom cottage in the idyllic hamlet of Llawr-y-glyn
House prices in Mid Wales and Shropshire rose more than seven per cent in July, according to the Office of National Statistics.
A recent survey said Llanidloes is one of the most desirable places to live in the UK. But where would your ideal home be in Mid Wales and Shropshire?
A 182-year-old chapel at Trefonen near Oswestry is to be sold at a public auction later this month, complete with its existing vestry, chapel room and interior.
A former north Powys primary school which closed two years ago, just a few years after celebrating its centenary, is being put up for auction for potential conversion into residential or commercial use.
A former primary school, a chapel, homes and farm land up for auction at MMP's Autumn Auction
Mid Wales estate agent Morris Marshall and Poole has warned that many domestic landlords in the region are unaware of the implications of a new Housing Bill passed by the National Assembly for Wales.
A Penybontfawr family that has spent over 150 years farming the same land is offering its 506 acres of grazing land to a new generation.
288 acres of Grade 3 prime arable land near Wem in north Shropshire has been put on the market. The land around Trench Farm in north Shropshire extends to over 288 acres and has been owned by the Tomley family for 16 years.
We’re always intrigued by research into property. And one of the latest bits of research to make the headlines is that apparently last year the typical house buyer took 33 minutes to look around a house before making an offer to purchase it. Would you?
A Shropshire housing developer has offered to sell half of its homes on a rural housing estate in Kinnerley at discount to local people
Are you a residential landlord in Powys, Ceredigion or Gwynedd? Are you aware of your landlord responsibilities under the Housing (Wales) Bill?
Come rain or shine, Gabriella is prepared for whatever the weather throws at her this summer after winning the Morris, Marshall and Poole and Sporting Hares competition.
A north Powys livestock farm sited on what is believed to have been a 14th century Cistercian nunnery has been put up for sale with 104 acres of land and the opportunity to acquire 57 acres of a nearby hill.
Our specialist property teams in Mid Wales and Shropshire are often asked for tips on selling a house. Here are just a few ways you can entice potential house buyers to seriously think about submitting an offer after viewing your home.
Competition: Enjoy your countryside or village show, no matter what the weather. It's the start of the country and village show season and we're celebrating with sunglasses and wellie designers and producers Sporting Hares to offer the chance to win a pair of fashionable shades and wellies.
The former seat of an ancient Welsh lordship dating back to the 12th century is being sold in Mid Wales, providing an opportunity for someone to become part of history in what had been a war and battled-hard lord's home.
Why not put your house under the hammer with Morris, Marshall and Poole's Autumn Auction 2014. Our last collective auction of residential, commercial, agricultural properties and land packed in a full house.
A 13,600ft Shropshire warehouse, complete with high security basement and weapons testing range, is available for leasehold
England might have been knocked out of the World Cup, but that's no reason for our property team at Morris, Marshall and Poole not to be going football crazy.
Buying a house is not as daunting as you might think, as our Mid Wales and Shropshire based property team at Morris, Marshall and Poole explain.
We told our colleagues in our Newtown office to get on their bike - and so they did, in aid of charity
A rare chance to acquire 82 acres of spectacular Snowdonia National Park pastureland and countryside with a farmhouse and outbuildings has been made available near Dolgellau in Gwynedd, North Wales.
A secluded lake set in nearly three acres of Powys countryside has sold for double its guide price at Morris Marshall and Poole's summer auction
A Mid Wales lake, an historic Montgomeryshire manor house and coastal apartments were successfully sold at Morris Marshall and Poole's summer auction.
One of our clients brought in an old photograph of a sheep sale in Mid Wales, most likely in Montgomeryshire. Do you know where it is? Can you help us identify the photograph?
A rare chance to own a former primary school, an idyllic rural lake or an historic manor house in Mid Wales with ties to London’s Kew Botanic Gardens will be on offer at a £2.1 million collective auction in Welshpool, Powys later this month.