Your personal Estate Agent in Thurrock

Why choose me to sell your Thurrock home?

During my career, I have witnessed flaws in the estate agency model. Too often, I have seen sellers instruct a valuer or a branch manager sent from an office, instructed to list a property for sale, to then be passed onto office staff – the seller never sees that person again -the person they initially built a relationship with and put their trust in. However, the ‘traditional estate agency’ model can work well but can often lead to sellers and buyers feeling disappointment and achieve negative results such as lack of communication and poor outcomes. Estate agency isn’t about bricks and mortar but about people, building strong relationships, education and innovation.

Moving house is ranked as one of life’s most stressful events in the UK. My business model and personal objective is to improve the perception of how estate agents are perceived within my community and by applying my key attributes & extensive knowledge to my business along with creative marketing, tailored to suit your requirements and implementing innovation. I believe that, as well as being a dedicated and passionate person, I can help sellers and buyers achieve their goals when selling or buying their home.

What Thurrock has to offer its residents:

Thurrock is located on the north shore of the river Thames, just a short stone’s throw to the east of London. Essex to the north and east. It offers the best of all worlds, with lively towns and peaceful villages, surrounded by acres of parks, countryside and heritage sites (Tilbury fort and Coalhouse fort) – that overlook the river, with a network of footpaths connecting centuries of history.

With a diverse and growing population of over 175,000 residents. The housing market is more affordable than in neighbouring London boroughs. Investment and growth are bringing new jobs and opportunities to the area.

The transport links are outstanding:

c2c rail takes you to the centre of London in just 35 minutes, or to the coast at Southend in the same time.

– The M25 motorway passes through the east of the borough, giving good access by road to anywhere in the UK along with the A13 and A127.

– Easy reach of 4 major airports – London City (15 miles), Southend (20 miles), Stansted (35 miles) and Gatwick (40 miles)

– Ebbsfleet Eurostar terminal is just a 25-minute drive away.


Primary schools in Thurrock are incredibly high achieving. Outcomes for children have been above the average for England over several years. Thurrock secondary schools are striving hard  to improve and several of them achieve above or in line with the national average. There are 2 special schools – Beacon Hill Academy & Treetops School within Thurrock. There is also a major sixth form centre at Palmer’s College, plus a state-of-the-art South Essex College campus for post 16 students.


Thurrock proudly holds Lakeside Shopping Centre with updated shopping facilities, a cinema and bars and restaurants. There is Thames Side Theatre in Grays, and live shows held at the Circus Tavern in Purfleet-on-Thames. Open space includes Chafford Gorges Nature ParkLangdon Hills Country Park and Grove House Wood, managed by Essex Wildlife Trust. Museums and historic buildings include Coalhouse Fort at East TilburyTilbury Fort in Tilbury, Purfleet -on- Thames Heritage and Military Centre, High House, Purfleet – on- Thames with its historic farm buildings, the Royal Opera House’s Bob and Tamar Manoukian Production Workshop, The Backstage Centre and ACME artists’ studios, Thurrock Museum and Walton Hall Farm Museum.Next to Lakeside Shopping Centre is Arena Essex, a former motor sports complex, where speedway, banger and stock car racing took place. This site is now to be redeveloped for housing.

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