Mayor of March opens new estate agent’s offices

10:45 19 August 2014

Kit Owen Mayor of March opened the new premises of Optima property at 31 High Street March. Left: Staff, Jenny Kelly, Cassie Miller and Eleanor Pettet and Claire and Andy Lilley,

Kit Owen Mayor of March opened the new premises of Optima property at 31 High Street March. Left: Staff, Jenny Kelly, Cassie Miller and Eleanor Pettet and Claire and Andy Lilley,

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The Mayor of March was at the opening of the new Premier Properties offices.

Councillor Kit Owen officially opened the estate agents in High Street which has expanded far and wide across Fenland,.

It was previously housed in Darthill Road,

The company, that trades under the name Optima Properties, have moved into the shop that used to be Fashion Wheel.

It also has shops in Chatteris and Wisbech.

The shop has given its new shop entrance a modern look but with a traditional touch.

Ross Black, local artist, has supplied a specially commissioned mural painting.

Premier Properties took over Collingwoods in 2011 after long established previous owner Neville Blackwell died in 2009.

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