Isle of Wight real estate company Gully Howard Limited, which has been in business since 2008, is facing bankruptcy.
A notice has been filed on the official public record in The Gazette, for the appointment of liquidators for land surveyors and commercial real estate agents for the Isle of Wight, Waterlooville and Bournemouth.
James Cowper Kreston’s Sandra Mundy and Thomas Russell have been appointed liquidators.
Unassigned Commercial Real Estate Agents
The news will not affect the separate company, Gully Howard Commercial Property Agents, which will continue to offer commercial property sales and rentals regardless of the planned shutdown on the professional services side of the company.
Gully Howard Commercial Property Agents (GCP IOW Ltd – who trade under license) have been operating successfully separately from Gully Howard Limited since 2016, using the Gully Howard name, which he will continue to do.
Chambers: Always very open to business
Gavin Chambers of Gully Howard Commercial Property Agents said News on TheWight,
“We are very happy to reassure our past, present and future customers that we are still very open for business and are completely unaffected by the planned closure of Gully Howard Limited.
“We welcome all inquiries whether you are considering selling your business or looking to buy a business or an investment. We have recently invested in new staff, equipment and expect a new website to be ready soon to support our growing list of clients and to continue our continued expansion.
Gully Howard Technical will not be affected as it is a completely separate business and entity.