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Growing estate agency opens bigger, better branch in its HQ town

Miles & Barr has cut the tape on its new branch in Herne Bay, which is a bigger premises to accommodate its growing team in the seaside town.

Nigel Lewis

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Multi-office Kent estate agency Miles & Barr has launched a new branch in the town of Herne Bay with a good helping of razzamatazz.

The estate agency, which has 15 branches across Kent, has moved from its old premises in the town to a more prominent and spacious high street position to mark 20 years of operation in the seaside town, where it also has its HQ.

Its decision to open a bigger branch also has a practical purpose to accommodate its expanding team serving the expanding prime sales market in the area via its Exclusive Homes brand.

The new office is located on the corner of the High Street and William Street.


“The team has excelled over the last two years and risen to the many challenges that the housing market has dealt,” says Adam Mansfield, its branch manager (main pic).

“The new branch ensures that we can continue to provide our clients with a high-quality level of service, as well as being able to adapt to the changing landscape of Herne Bay’s property market with the continued growth of Exclusive Homes.

The company and the Herne Bay team are engaged in the local community, participating and supporting Herne Bay Youth Theatre and Herne Bay Tennis Club’s Rusty Racket courses, as well as fundraising for charities.

Last year Miles & Barr won the ‘National Employer of the Year’ award at The Negotiator Awards.

Founded in 1999, Miles & Barr has grown organically and through acquisitions to become a leader in Kent’s property market.

Read our recent interview with CEO Mark Brooks.

May 16, 2022

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