Expert comment and advice in the latest Guernsey Property Magazine

11th June 2014

Guernsey Property is Cooper Brouard’s premier property magazine, illustrating the very best in residential property across the island. Issue 25 is now available and not only features a magnificent selection of Open Market and Local Market properties for sale and rent but also expert comment and advice.

Advocate Martyn Baudains of Babbe Advocates writes about the present and common problem of gaining access to maintain a property from neighbouring premises, and the imminent introduction of an essential access law in Guernsey.

Mark Stone, a Director of Intertrust Reads Private Clients Limited, not only explains how the introduction of the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) will affect Guernsey resident owners of UK residential property but also the implications of the extension of the boundaries of the ATED in this year’s mainland budget, mixed with the extension of Capital Gains Tax on property disposals by those people.

Architect, Andrew Dyke, Managing Director of CCD Architects delves into Guernsey’s rich building heritage and illustrates how thatch roofing need not be confined to the past with stunning examples of contemporary thatching in Guernsey.

Advocate Paul Nettleship of Collas Crill takes a refreshingly clear look at residential conveyancing in Guernsey, dispelling myths and confusion by concisely summarising the procedure from start to finish.

Owen Lee is a Relationship Manager of Premium Banking and Retail Mortgages at NatWest Guernsey who uses three case studies as examples of the wide range of mortgage products available to best suit customers’ requirements and circumstances.

Advocate Jason Morgan of Carey Olsen addresses the principal aspects of the current Population Policy Review by the States Policy Council, and finds the States of Guernsey have sent out a clear signal that new residents are welcome.

Call into Cooper Brouard for a free copy of Guernsey Property or contact the office on +44(0)1481 231054 to have a free copy posted to you. The magazine can also be downloaded in flip-book format on the home page of