Oliver James - Our Story

Our Story

The Story of Oliver James (so far...)

August 2017 - Val Page joins the team as a Sales Negotiator.

April 2017 - 2-year sponsorship deal signed with Huntingdon District Cricket Club.

April 2017 – New website launched.

November 2016 – Sarah Drawwater comes on board as our professional property photographer.

August 2016 – Delighted and proud to become Huntingdon’s representative to the Guild of Professional Estate Agents.

June 2016 – Andy Frear from Taylor Rose Financial joins the team to provide clients with expert financial advice and handy tips on beekeeping!

May 2016 – Brand new office is opened.

January to April 2016 – Months of hard graft, early mornings and late nights spent completing the refurbishment with plenty of help from family and friends!

December 2015 – Lease signed at 4 Princes Street, Huntingdon. A bit of tidying up needed!

May 2014 – First day trading as a company from a serviced office at Centenary House, Huntingdon. The first ever phone call was from somebody who had dialed the wrong number, looking to book a table for 5 for Sunday lunch, luckily this wasn’t a sign of things to come!

March 2014 – Oliver James Property Services becomes a registered Limited Liability Partnership with Companies House.


Charitable Support

At Oliver James we are proud to lend our support to the following charities who carry out tremendous work across Cambridgeshire:

Magpas Air Ambulance

Magpas Air Ambulance

A charity very close to our heart, we rented our first serviced office from them!

Magpas is an Emergency Medical Charity that provides pre-hospital critical care and retrieval in the East of England with its main area of operations being in Centenary House, Huntingdon. They train, equip and deploy a physician-paramedic team known as Helimedix to any medical emergency, illness or accident where the NHS Ambulance Service asks for on-scene medical support.

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Gap Learning CIC

Gap Learning

A charity we have known from the start - we rented them their first commercial office!

Sister-founded GAP delivers practical and creative workshops for people living through difficult circumstances to promote positive life changes. They work with people with mental and physical health challenges, the long-term unemployed, women ex-offenders and survivors.

GAP stands for Generating Alternative Possibilities through transformative learning. This means engaging and encouraging learners to set their own life goals with the aim to progress into volunteering, further education or employment: ultimately the mission is to create financial independence.

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