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Every month we like to highlight all the great work done by all the wonderful property professionals at Granger & Oaks during the previous month. ‘Treating it like our own’ has always been our guiding principle, so each month we like to put the spotlight on the individual that has done the most to go the extra mile for clients and really ‘treated it like their own’.

Lots of nominations again for great work and service to clients this month. Property Manager, Ravinder Rathour was nominated for continuing to progress and deal with some complex issues whilst treating 'it' as his own and thinking out of the box in order to get things best resolved for clients. He had some challenging discussions, but always remained calm and professional and focused on the end goal throughout.

Property Administrator, Barbara Marshall was nominated for her excellent handling of property inquiries by doing her utmost to get prospective tenants and purchasers to see properties they’ve not necessarily enquired about. And let us not forget she is also a letting machine when the need arises!

Property Administrator, Bernadette Cunnane was nominated for her quick thinking during a particularly busy start to a Saturday, by re-organising herself and the team to ensure customers and clients got the best service we could provide.

Lettings Manager, Diane Bown was also nominated for taking on others workloads at short notice, which again helped to deliver the excellent customer service Diane and all the team at Granger & Oaks are so well known for.

After lots of very careful consideration (you can see how hard it was to decide), the decision has been made and the winner for November’s Star Performer Award goes to Property Administrator extraordinaire, Bernadette Cunnane!

Well done to all that were nominated but extra congratulations go to Bernadette. It’s amazing to see how much progress you’ve made during the time you’ve been with us, you’re an example to us all.

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Every month we like to highlight all the great work done by all the wonderful property professionals at Granger & Oaks during the previous month. ‘Treating it like our own’ has always been our guiding principle, so each month we like to put the spot-light on the individual that has done the most to go the extra mile for clients and really ‘treated it like their own’.

Lots of nominations this month for the Star Performer award, but there is one stand-out this month with several nominations from fellow colleagues. This person has worked very hard getting to grips with their new role, and whilst being thrown into the deep end a little has taken to it like a duck to water.

Yes, this month’s Star Performer is Property Manager extraordinaire, Ravinder Rathour.

Very well done Ravinder, you’re doing a brilliant job and seem to be really embracing the role and quickly picking up new pieces of the jigsaw as you go along.

Special mention also goes to Property Manager, Nicole Edwards, who has done a grand job of training in recent months as well as supporting everyone in the team.

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Every month we like to highlight all the great work done by all the wonderful property professionals at Granger & Oaks during the previous month. ‘Treating it like our own’ has always been our guiding principle, so each month we like to put the spot-light on the individual that has done the most to go the extra mile for clients and really ‘treated it like their own’.

It’s been a very busy month at Granger & Oaks and there have been many nominations for Star Performers for outstanding work and effort. However, there can only be one winner and though this month has been hotly contested, there is a stand out… and that person is Sales Negotiator extraordinaire Bali ‘sold it’ Sidhu!

Well done Bali, you continually go the extra mile for clients, proven by not 1, not 2, but 3 FIVE STAR reviews on facebook and google this month! As we've been so busy, you've been gleefully helping the lettings team all whilst juggling with your sales role... a grand job, well done!

A special mention this month goes to Senior Property Manager, Lauren Veale, for keeping everyone organised and motivated and dealing expertly with some ‘challenging’ tenants for the benefit of clients. Another special mention also goes to Tenancy Coordinator, Nicole Edwards, who as always provides a level head in the face of a challenge and has been fitting in some excellent training around the many tasks of a Tenancy Coordinator. 

Very well done all!

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Every month we like to highlight all the great work done by all the wonderful property professionals at Granger & Oaks during the previous month. ‘Treating it like our own’ has always been our guiding principle, so each month we like to put the spot-light on the individual that has done the most to go the extra mile for clients and really ‘treated it like their own’.

This month several people have stood out for recognition, however, there can only be one winner. This month’s winner has only joined Granger & Oaks recently, but has quickly fitted in and become a very valued member of the team. They have worked extremely hard during one of our busiest times and performed like a seasoned property professional dealing with some complex scenarios within only a short period of time.

Yes, this month’s winner is Apprentice Property Administrator extraordinaire, Abbey Renshaw! Well done Abbey your hard work and dedication is an example to us all.

A special mention this month also goes to Property Administrator, Bernadette Cunnane for helping colleagues with some difficult procedures and issues recently. Your knowledge and understanding of industry practice has grown vastly and is immensely helpful to all.

Nottingham Landlords Sept 16

In 2017 Nottingham City Council propose to introduce Selective Licensing of Landlords across the city. This proposal includes all privately rented property within the city boundary.

Granger & Oaks are sponsoring an open forum evening on Thursday September 29th, hosted by EMPO (the local landlords association) to discuss the implications of the proposal. There will be a number of speakers present, including a representative from Nottingham City Council, and we hope that the evening will leave everybody better informed prior to the consultation starting in the autumn.

Admission is free, and refreshments will be provided, but you do need to book a space if you wish to attend.

The room is filling-up fast, so if you'd like to attend, contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will reserve you a seat. 

Nottingham Selective Licensing Forum Invitation Aug 16