**BATH PROPERTY RESIDENTIAL SALES AGENT AWARD WINNERS 2019**
Andrews began in the property business in 1946, and we’ve been operating in Bath Region since 1976 and in Midsomer Norton and the surrounding villages since 2014.
The Andrews philosophy is all about making life easier for you and we’re here to guide you through every step of your property journey.
We are a full service agency, sharing knowledge and expertise across our whole branch network in order to create exceptional customer service. Whether you are selling or letting a property or looking for advice on mortgages, conveyancing or surveys, our team are able to help you through the whole process with confidence.
We also care about giving back by creating opportunities and opening doors. Find out about how we try to benefit the society we operate in.
With five Offices across The BA1, BA2 & BA3 postcodes we have got you covered. Why appoint one estate agent office to act for when you can have five offices with 18 agents all with access to a networked system that allows all of our sales team to be able to sell your property from multiple locations.
We have a proud heritage that is truly unique. Our founder, Cecil Jackson Cole, not only set up globally renowned charities such as Age UK and Oxfam, but also transformed the way that business and charity work together.
Third & fourth homes launched ahead of schedule, as part of the [establish] project.
£1 million dividend donated to Andrews Charitable Trust by Andrews & second home launched through [establish].
First home purchased and opened as part of our 70th anniversary fundraising initiative.
Andrews pledges to provide 50 properties in 50 years to support young people in need of housing, through the [establish] initiative.
Andrews co-founds the EAF – the industry’s leading charity to combat the causes of homelessness
First agent to open a green branch in Gloucester.
Project60, a year-long staff fundraising initiative to mark Andrews’ 60th birthday, raises over £66,000 for charity.
£1 million dividend donated to Andrews Charitable Trust by Andrews.
Andrews is one of the first to join The Property Ombudsman scheme.
Over an eight year period, Opportunity Trust International received over £800,000 start-up funding from Andrews Charitable Trust.
CJC founds ActionAid.
The Andrews Charitable Trust (originally called the Phyllis Trust, after CJC’s wife) is founded.
CJC helped found the NAEA (National Association of Estate Agents) – the leading estate agency body in the UK.
CJC sets up the Help the Aged Refugees Appeal.
Entrepreneur Cecil Jackson-Cole sets up Andrews, having helped to found Oxfam three years earlier
Norton House, 74-76 High Street, Midsomer Norton,