Clive Emson's latest triple auction event once again proved a very popular affair. Prospective bidders know that those Lots catalogued are not put to the market to test their popularity but are entered into the catalogue by Clients motivated to sell.

Much of the media seem intent to drive the economy downward with their insatiable appetite to report on the economic downturn which, Clive Emson believe, is sub-consciously placing doubts in all of us about the future and, in particular, values of land and property.

Grow Weed-less

Don’t make the mistake of waiting until the weeds are established before taking action. If that’s your strategy then you’re bound to spend wasted hours of pulling and hoeing in a vain attempt to catch up with overgrown weeds.

Know thy enemy! Being able to identify your weeds from the moment they germinate will enable you to eliminate them when they are young and easier to control. At that time a light cultivation of the soil’s crust is sufficient to kill most sprouting weeds.

Other weed control techniques include using organic mulches, limiting or eliminating

One of the largest commercial properties ever offered in Cheffins’ Property Auction sold in the region of its guide price of £1.5 - £1.6 million. The property, New Cambridge House, is a 38,579 sq ft office building in Litlington. Although it was unsold in the auction, a sale was agreed immediately afterwards.

Auctioneer Simon Gooderham says: “It was a landmark in the development of our quarterly property auction and we were delighted to work as joint agents with Jeffersons to conclude a successful sale of this property on a post-auction contract. We are attracting an increasing number