Please support the Macmillan Cancer Support coffee morning this coming Saturday


There’s a Macmillan Cancer Support coffee morning this Saturday at Ham Library from 10am – 12. Why not indulge in coffee and cake for a good cause !


Ham Market on the Parade this Saturday September 1st !

Use your Vote for more Community Project Funding for our area !


Your Ham and Petersham Neighbourhood Forum Committee has already been successful in bidding for money from the Richmond Council Community Fund to finance a feasibility study to develop a cycle and walking route through Ham and Petersham as part of the Kingston to Richmond cycle route. Now theres another round of voting for some new …


 Ham Market is on the first Saturday of every month so come on down to Ham Parade from about 9 am ! Next market Saturday August 4th.

New Data Protection Regulations coming in on May 25th….


Following the recent controversy about data misappropriated from Facebook, the inappropriate and illegal use of personal data is quite rightly a hot topic. You may have read about new regulations (GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation) effective from May 25th 2018 for how all businesses use and keep personal data. The security and privacy of …

Our sale in Sandy Lane successfully completes at over 1.9 million.


This house was marketed by Mervyn Smith and two Richmond based estate agencies. Mervyn Smith produced the most offers and the highest offer. Whatever the surface appearance from For Sale boards and canvassing claims, the fact is of all the actual completed sales in Ham and Petersham during calendar year 2017 (as recorded on Rightmove), …

What does 2018 hold in store for the local housing market ?


Forgive us if we don’t predict a precise price rise (or drop!) for the year ahead, – there’s plenty of others foolhardy enough! Apparently in 2018 house prices are going to rise 1% (Rightmove) or alternatively up to 3% ( Halifax) or stay ‘broadly flat’ (Nationwide) or possibly fall (RICS). But then according to the …



The local housing market in 2017 followed a very similar pattern to 2016. In 2016 the market was disrupted in June by the EU Referendum and in 2017 we had a similar hiatus when the General Election in June produced an indeterminate result. In both previous years, activity was much lower than normal for the …