The TV interview – Andrew Stenning will discuss property searches

Managing Director of Searches UK, Andrew Stenning, will be interviewed next week by Brighton & Hove-based TV channel, Latest TV, for their ‘I Want To Live Here!’ segment about property in the area.

The Latest Homes Live show is presented by Andrew Kay and Nelda Pereira and will feature regular segments such as ‘Here & Now’ which is all about the history of Brighton & Hove. They will also be joined by regular guest and property expert, Andrew Garth, who is also one of Searches UK’s specialist search agents for their Regulated (Private) Local Authority Searches.

Andrew Stenning, Managing Director, at Searches UK said:

“I’m really excited and looking forward to being interviewed by Andrew and Nelda about property searches. It’s important to explain why these are needed and the value they provide to people buying a property. They are absolutely vital for any property purchase to identify any potential risks to the property but I won’t reveal too much now: you’ll have to tune into the show to find out more.”

Andrew Stenning will explain the importance of carrying out conveyancing searches when buying a property, what a property search is, why they are needed and how they can be ordered.

The segment will be aired on Tuesday 3rd May at 1pm on Latest TV Freeview channel 7, Virgin Media 159 and via their website at

Searches UK is a leading conveyancing search provider in England and Wales, providing a comprehensive range of conveyancing searches for both residential and commercial property transactions.

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