November 3, 2018 /Sports News – Local Harris scores 20, Nuggets rally in 4th and beat Jazz 103-88 Tags: Basketball/Gary Harris/NBA/Utah Jazz Written by Associated Press FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailDENVER (AP) — Gary Harris scored 20 points and Malik Beasley and Mason Plumlee hit key 3-pointers in a fourth-quarter flurry, leading the Denver Nuggets to a 103-88 victory over the Utah Jazz on Saturday night.Jamal Murray scored 19 for Denver, which won its fourth straight.Jae Crowder scored 21 points off the bench for Utah, which has lost three straight.The Jazz got a scare when guard Donovan Mitchell left the game in the fourth quarter with an apparent leg injury. Mitchell, who finished with 16 points, missed Friday night’s loss to Memphis with a right hamstring injury. He was helped off favoring his left leg, but returned a few minutes later.Denver’s Nikola Jokic flirted with a triple-double, but finished three points shy of the mark. He had a season-high 16 assists and 10 rebounds. He finished with seven points and has scored just 11 in the last two games combined, but Denver has won both.The Jazz led 77-71 early in the fourth quarter but missed seven straight shots as Denver took control. Beasley’s 3-pointer gave the Nuggets a 79-77 lead and Plumlee beat the shot clock with another 3-pointer in front of his bench that increased the lead to five.Utah missed seven straight shots during a 24-3 run by Denver that turned a six-point deficit into a 95-80 lead.Denver outscored the Jazz 35-15 in the fourth quarter.TIP-INSJazz: G Alec Burks missed his third straight game with a chip fracture in his left hand. He has not played in the last four games. … Favors played 19 minutes despite dealing with left knee soreness. He finished with 12 points.Nuggets: Denver started the 1976-77 season 8-0, the first season it was in the NBA. … The Nuggets have held four of their opponents to below 100 points. They’ve won all four games.UP NEXTJazz: Host the Toronto Raptors on Monday.Nuggets: Host the Boston Celtics on Monday.
Nuggets: Morris had his fifth 20-point game of the season. … Nikola Jokic played only 16 minutes before fouling out in the fourth quarter. He finished with a season-low two points on 1-of-6 shooting and a season-low two rebounds. Denver outscored Utah 64-18 in bench points. Mitchell gave the Jazz some breathing room again later in the period when he converted a three-point play to spark a 13-3 run. Favors cut to the rim for a dunk to finish off the outburst and put Utah ahead 89-79. Gobert notched his 200th career double-double. He had his biggest impact down the stretch, scoring nine of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to help Utah pull away. Mitchell was 14 of 26 from the field and 13 of 16 from the free-throw line. Jazz: Favors played for the first time in April after missing the previous four games with back spasms. … Ingles had his seventh game with at least 10 assists this season. Six have come since the All-Star break. … Utah had a 48-31 advantage on rebounds and a 13-6 edge in second-chance points. The pair came out against Denver exactly the way the coach had hoped. Nuggets: Host Minnesota on Wednesday. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Donovan Mitchell got fired up after being told he wasn’t playing good enough. Mitchell matched his career high with 46 points and led the Utah Jazz to a 118-108 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday night. After trailing the entire first half, Denver took its first lead at 61-60 when Harris hit a jumper to open the third quarter. The Nuggets gave themselves a chance to rally after getting strong performances from several bench players. Mitchell scored 17 points on 6-of-8 shooting in 11 minutes in the first quarter as the Jazz raced to a lead. Mitchell took a steal in for a layup and drained a 3-pointer on back-to-back possessions to help Utah to a double-digit lead, 24-12, late in the quarter. Written by April 10, 2019 /Sports News – Local Mitchell scores 46, Jazz beat Nuggets 118-108 “We can play better,” Morris said. “Earlier in the year, that’s when I feel like we was playing our best, but we’re on the right track.” Denver didn’t have an answer for Mitchell from the opening tip, and the Nuggets played from behind for much of the game. DOUBLE-DOUBLE MILESTONE Nikola Jokic played only 16 minutes before fouling out in the fourth quarter. He finished with a season-low two points on 1-of-6 shooting and a season-low two rebounds. Without their star center on the court for long stretches, the Nuggets struggled with Gobert and Favors around the basket on both ends of the court. Utah is in fifth place in the conference standings at 50-31. The Jazz closed out the season at the Clippers. “Thank goodness for our bench,” Nuggets coach Michael Malone said. “Our bench was terrific, they got us back into the game. We had a couple guys in our starting lineup that just weren’t into the game, for whatever reason.” “I really thought that Rudy’s finishing in the latter part of the season has continued to get better,” Snyder said. “Not a typical Rudy game, but the way we need Rudy to play.” Mitchell has faced a wide variety of defensive looks all season and keeps finding ways to improve his game. His aggressive mindset in those situations is making the whole team better. The Nuggets pulled within a point later in the quarter, but missed a chance to take their first lead when Nikola Jokic missed a pair of free throws. Ingles answered with a 3-pointer at the other end that sparked a 9-3 run as Utah moved ahead 58-51 just before halftime. Derrick Favors scored 16 points and Ingles added 10 points and 13 assists as Utah won its last eight regular-season home games. “I don’t like being told what you’re good at. I like being told what I can’t do,” Mitchell said. “I could tell you several different things I didn’t do. I prefer that, as opposed to saying, ‘Oh, (I scored) 46.’ That helps you build character. It helps you build mentally and just learning the game. I don’t like being told that I’m pretty good.” Tags: Donovan Mitchell/NBA/Utah Jazz The Nuggets maintained a half-game lead over Houston Rockets, who lost 112-111 to Oklahoma City, in the race for the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference. Denver can secure the No. 2 spot with a win over Minnesota on Wednesday. The Jazz scored on seven straight possessions, punctuated by a dunk from Royce O’Neale off a steal that gave Utah a 114-98 lead with 3:24 remaining. Associated Press UP NEXT TIP INS “Obviously when your best players fouls out in 16 minutes, it’s gonna make it really hard to win on the road,” Malone said. “Nikola is important for us, and this was not a typical Nikola Jokic night.” Denver closed to within a basket again after consecutive baskets by Morris and Mason Plumlee cut the Jazz lead to 95-92. The Nuggets never got closer. Malik Beasley scored 25 points to lead Denver. Monte Morris added a career-high 22 points and Jamal Murray had 22. Gary Harris scored 15 points for the Nuggets, who lost their second straight. Mitchell was seemingly unstoppable on offense. Gobert dominated at both ends of the court, finishing with 20 points and 10 rebounds. FOUL PLAY The seeds for Mitchell’s performance were planted Monday when Jazz coach Quin Snyder tore into Mitchell and Rudy Gobert for sub-par performances in a loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. The Nuggets erased almost all their deficit in the second quarter. Harris scored back-to-back baskets to cap a 12-4 run that cut Utah’s lead to 41-38. Utah has won eight straight games where Gobert has posted 20 points and 10 rebounds. “If he missed all those shots in the first quarter, we still want him taking the same shots,” guard Joe Ingles said. “From the start of last year to now, two years in, he just keeps getting better and better every game.” Jazz: At Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailInstagram/the49ersfrenchie(SAN FRANCISCO) — Football fans of all sides are rooting for the latest addition to the San Francisco 49ers.Zoe, the 1-year-old French bulldog puppy, is the NFL’s first-ever emotional support dog.The dog provides comfort and support to help people with their mental health struggles, including depression, panic attacks and bipolar disorder, according to the U.S. Dog Registry.Zoe can help players overcome their pregame anxieties or post-game depression. She can even accompany the team on airplanes during trips.The 49ers’ director of player engagement, Austin Moss, and his assistant, Shelby Soltau, adopted the dog, who has almost 6,000 followers on Instagram.In her posts, Zoe loves cuddling up to football players many times her size, like quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey and defensive end Solomon Thomas.She even steals a smooch from defensive end Nick Bosa in one picture.According to the 49ers, Zoe is currently seeking official training to become a therapy dog.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written by October 17, 2019 /Sports News – National 49ers have the NFL’s first-ever support dog
Written by Tags: Roundup December 5, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 12/5 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballRegion 20PANGUITCH, Utah-Kelby Jessen netted 25 points and the Piute Thunderbirds downed Panguitch 41-35 in Region 20 boys basketball action Thursday. Kyler Bennett, Paxton Wolfley and Ryker Hatch had 10 points apiece in the loss for the Bobcats.ORDERVILLE, Utah-Gavin Hoyt posted 28 points and the Valley Buffaloes routed Water Canyon 73-56 Thursday in Region 20 boys basketball action. Joseph Jessop’s 25 points led the Wildcats in defeat.HURRICANE, Utah-The Milford Tigers got past Diamond Ranch 61-57 Thursday in Region 20 boys basketball action.Bear River Winter ClassicGARLAND, Utah-The South Summit Wildcats routed the North Sanpete Hawks 64-43 Thursday at the Bear River Winter Classic.ProLook ShootoutOREM, Utah-Caleb Lohner posted 30 points as the Wasatch Academy Tigers clobbered the Queen Creek (Ariz.) Bulldogs 107-49 Thursday at the ProLook Shootout at Orem High School.Non-RegionSPANISH FORK, Utah-Hunter McGuire and Zac Argyle had 14 points apiece and the Spanish Fork Dons pounded Millard 73-39 Thursday in non-region boys basketball action. Kael Myers had 11 points in the loss for the Eagles.Girls BasketballDesert Hills Holiday ClassicST. GEORGE, Utah-Amber Kartchner netted 18 points and the Logan Grizzlies edged Richfield 47-45 Thursday at the Desert Hills Holiday Classic at Desert Hills High School. Jarica Steck’s 11 points led the Wildcats in defeat.Dixie TournamentST. GEORGE, Utah-Jasmin Rangel and Taylor Chidester had 10 points apiece as the Manti Templars smacked South Summit 48-25 at the Dixie Tournament at Dixie High School Thursday.Shannon Johnson TournamentVERNAL, Utah-Nataly Dunka netted 25 points and the Wasatch Academy Tigers pounded Millard 45-29 Thursday at the Shannon Johnson Tournament at Uintah High School. Kobree Penney had 16 points in defeat for the Eagles.Non-RegionDELTA, Utah-Ashlyn Banks led the way with 18 points and the Canyon View Falcons edged Delta 41-39 in non-region girls basketball action Thursday at the Palladium.DRAPER, Utah-Riley Bluth stepped up with 12 points and the Draper APA Eagles downed Gunnison Valley 32-28 Thursday in non-region girls basketball action. Kennedi Knudsen had 10 points in the loss for the Bulldogs.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-The Parowan Rams decimated North Sanpete 55-30 in non-region girls basketball action Thursday.NEPHI, Utah-Hannah Anderson posted 14 points as the Stansbury Stallions got past Juab 38-33 in non-region girls basketball action Thursday. Willow Kay had 7 points for the Wasps in the loss.WrestlingRegion 14MANTI, Utah-The top-ranked Juab Wasps dominated Manti 74-3 in a Region 14 dual Thursday night. The Wasps recorded nine pins in the rout with Ben Nielson, Cooper Ford, Ryler Blackett, Chase Ingram, Wyatt Holdaway, Cade Bowring, Will Harmon, Rylan Watts, and Blake Mangelson.Non-RegionFILLMORE, Utah-The Millard Eagles recorded nine pins as they routed Gunnison Valley 68-6 in a non-region dual Thursday. The Eagles got pins from Camden Moat, Hector Martinez, Mark Roman, Mack Bray, Dylan Rees, Josh Whitaker, KC Whitaker, Jed DeGraffenreid, and John Whitaker. The Bulldogs lone points came from a pin by Carson Peterson. Brad James
January 12, 2020 /Sports News – Local Numerous Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network Wrestlers In Action Tuesday At UVU Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOREM, Utah-Tuesday, Utah Valley University hosts the 20th annual Utah All-Stars wrestling duals with numerous athletes representing Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network schools in action.On the north mat, at 152 pounds, Juab’s Cade Bowring squares off against Marcus Espinoza-Owens of Viewmont.At 160 pounds, on the north mat, Beaver’s Cort Raddon draws Canyon Brann of Layton. Millard’s John Whitaker, at 170 pounds, faces Tucker Naccarato of Payson.At 182 pounds, on the north mat, Juab’s Rylan Watts faces Brayden Guthrie of Mountain Crest. In the 106-pound division on the north mat, Richfield’s Dayson Torgerson squares off against Dallan Hunsaker of American Fork.Finally, on the north mat, at 132 pounds, Brian Evans of Beaver draws Uintah’s Dillon Dick.On the center mat, at 195 pounds, Delta’s Jake Jackson meets Elijah Kratzer of Timpanogos.At 138 pounds at center mat, Channing Warner of Juab faces Layton’s Tyson Humpherys.On the south mat, at 145 pounds, Juab’s Chase Ingram faces Oakley Ridge of Pleasant Grove. At 160 pounds on the south mat, Will Harmon of Juab squares off against Tanner Tsinigine of Monument Valley.At 170 pounds on the south mat, Delta’s Tate Willoughby meets Maverik Skinner of Bear River. At 182 pounds on the south mat, Danny Garcia of Millard faces Woods Cross standout Christian Smoot.At 220 pounds on the south mat, Juab’s Blake Mangelson squares off against Cael Richardson of Timpview.At 285 pounds on the south mat, Wayne’s Daniel Ayala draws South Sevier’s Kemmer Jones. At 126 pounds in south mat competition, Gunnison Valley’s Tezlin Winn faces Deklan Kelley of Wasatch.Finally, on the south mat at 132 pounds, Conner Ingram of Juab meets West’s Drew Lang. Tags: Wrestling Brad James
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail33ft/iStockBy KATIE KINDELAN and SARAH RUSSELL, ABC News(NEW YORK) — History will be made at this year’s Super Bowl, and it will be made by women. Six women will have on-field roles on Sunday when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Tampa, Florida. In addition to NFL referee Sarah Thomas becoming the first woman to officiate a Super Bowl, this year’s game will also feature females in scouting assistant and assistant trainer roles. And two women will be coaching for the same team, a first in Super Bowl history. The Buccaneers are the only NFL team this season with two full-time coaches that are female — assistant defensive line coach Lori Locust and assistant strength and conditioning coach Maral Javadifar.“My dad and my mom were both in tears, and happy tears,” Javadifar told ABC News’ Kayna Whitworth of her parents’ reaction to her reaching the Super Bowl. “They were extremely ecstatic, and it was nice to share that opportunity.”Javadifar’s parents are Iranian immigrants who fled Iran after the revolution and came to the U.S. hoping for a brighter future. After a childhood in the U.S., Javadifar, known as MJ, became a college basketball player who went on to earn a doctorate in physical therapy along with a degree in molecular biology. Her expertise in body mechanics made her a perfect fit for the Buccaneers, with whom she is coaching her second season. “We’re not just happy to be here,” she said of the Super Bowl berth. “We’re continuing to prepare to win.”Locust, a mother of two sons, started playing semi-professional football at age 40 and then, sidelined with an injury, began coaching, working her way up from smaller football leagues to the NFL. When she coached at the semi-pro level, she began attending coaching symposiums where she was the only women in a room of 600 men. In some instances, the organizers even taped over the women’s bathroom door and made it a men’s room because they never had any women there. In 2018, Locust served as a defensive line coaching intern for the Baltimore Ravens during the team’s training camp. Locust — who has a nearly four-decade history with the Buccaneers’ head coach, Bruce Arians, who coached Locust’s ex-husband at Temple University — is also in her second season coaching for the team.“I think it was necessary,” Locust said of her long road to reaching the Super Bowl. “I think that it allows me to appreciate being here a lot more because I know what it took to get here.”When it comes to making history at the Super Bowl, when Tom Brady will go for his seventh title, both Locust and Javadifar said they plan to just focus on doing their jobs, like every other coach on the field. “I just don’t want to be a disruption. I want to be in addition, I want to be a value,” said Locust. “But I don’t want the exceptions. I don’t want the special treatment. Football has to be the focus.”But it will not go unnoticed that these two women are on the sidelines Sunday, especially among the NFL’s fans, 47% of which are women, according to the league. “To me, if there’s going to be any influence, it would be women that are my age saying not what if, but why not,” said Locust. “And really taking a second to find out what it is that they feel passionate about.”Javadifar said she hopes her presence at Sunday’s game is a reminder of “equal opportunity for all.” “I do truly hope that women being in the Super Bowl or being in professional sports ends up not being newsworthy anymore,” she said. “It goes back to having equal opportunity for all and that is our ultimate goal.”Backing up Javadifar and Locust off the field are several women in leadership positions for the Buccaneers, including the team’s co-owner Darcie Glazer Kassewitz. With Kassewitz’s leadership, the Buccaneers were the first NFL team to establish a scholarship program benefiting female high school football players. “There is a global shift that’s happening in sports and it’s amazing,” said Javadifar.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. February 4, 2021 /Sports News – National Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ female coaches speak out about making history at Super Bowl Written by Beau Lund
Exxon seeking to reduce costs further after consecutive quarterly lossesTexas major Exxon posted the worst quarterly results in its modern history, with a $1.1bn loss comparing to $3.3bn in earnings during the same period of 2019 and build upon a $610m loss in the first quarter of the year.“The global pandemic and oversupply conditions significantly impacted our second-quarter financial results with lower prices, margins, and sales volumes,” said chairman and CEO Darren Woods.“We have increased debt to a level we feel is appropriate to provide liquidity, given market uncertainties. Based on current projections, we do not plan to take on any additional debt.”Production was down 7% on the previous year to 3.6 million barrels of oil equivalent per day as a result of the global efforts made to limit the flow of commodities into oversupplied inventories and demand-sapped markets.The difficulties faced by its upstream business amid these curtailments pushed the business unit to a $1.7bn loss, compared to a profit of 3.3bn last year.Exxon said it has identified “significant potential” to make additional cost reductions, and will provide details of these in due course. It has already signalled an intention to cut capital spending plans by 30% this year, and confirmed it is currently on track to “meet or exceed” these targets. Chevron posted an $8.3bn loss as it took price-related impairment charges and wrote of its entire Venezuelan portfolio (Credit: Flickr/Tony Webster) US oil majors have revealed the stunning cost of this year’s oil market collapse, with Chevron, ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips posting billions of dollars in losses in the second quarter of 2020, driven by low commodity prices and impairment charges.Chevron today (31 July) reported an $8.3bn loss for the period, far wider than analyst predictions and the worst performance in decades, while Exxon posted a $1.1bn loss, the deepest in its history.Yesterday, ConocoPhillips had kicked off the announcements by revealing a $994m loss for the second three months of the year, compared to earnings of $1.1bn a year ago.The onset of coronavirus since the start of 2020 has wreaked havoc on the oil industry, due to a sharp fall in demand amid lockdown restrictions and plummeting prices resulting from a global commodity surplus.Measures were taken by the Opec+ alliance of oil-exporting countries to curb global production, joined in their efforts by market-led output cuts from companies in the US and Canada.While key benchmark prices have now stabilised at around $40-45 per barrel following huge drops in March and April, they are still well below pre-pandemic levels of between $60-$70 per barrel.Earlier this week, the US oil majors’ European rivals Shell and Total narrowly avoided taking underlying losses thanks to the strength of their oil trading arms, although confirmed combined impairment charges of $25bn that were not factored into the second-quarter earnings. BP is expected to publish its results next week. Chevron, Exxon and ConocoPhillips have all posted big losses as the US oil majors grapple with the effects of coronavirus on the global industry Chevron fares worst of US oil majors, taking $5.2bn in impairment chargesCalifornia-headquartered Chevron’s $8.3bn loss compares to a $4.3bn profit in the second quarter of 2019.It includes a series of impairment charges reflecting the writedown of all its Venezuelan assets, a revised price outlook adjusting to the low-price environment and severance payments. Taken together these charges totalled $5.2bn.Company CEO Michael Wirth warned the “unique challenges” of the past few months are not over, and that financial results may continue to be depressed in the third quarter.“Given the uncertainties associated with economic recovery, and ample oil and gas supplies, we made a downward revision to our commodity price outlook, which resulted in asset impairments and other charges,” he added.Revenue during the period fell 55% year-on-year to $16bn, compared to $36bn a year ago.
The European Commission announced the EU Hydrogen Strategy and the launch of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance in July 2020 Deme joins European Clean Hydrogen Alliance. (Credit: Oimheidi from Pixabay) DEME has joined the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance, supporting the EU’s ambitious hydrogen and decarbonisation strategy. With this membership DEME underlines its commitment to use its expertise for the production, transport and storage of green hydrogen from renewable energy sources.In July 2020, the European Commission announced the EU Hydrogen Strategy and the launch of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance. By establishing the Alliance, the EU aims to strengthen its global leadership position in the rapidly developing hydrogen domain, which will in turn help it to realise its carbon neutrality goals by 2050.The European Clean Hydrogen Alliance, which brings together more than 200 industry, national and local public authorities, civil society and other stakeholders, aims to initiate an investment agenda and support the scaling up of the hydrogen value chain across Europe.Luc Vandenbulcke, CEO DEME Group, comments: “As a pioneer in the development, construction and financing of offshore wind farms, we want to make full use of our long-standing expertise for the production, transport and storage of green hydrogen from renewable energy sources. We look forward to bringing our knowledge and experience to the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance and actively supporting the EU in its drive to see Europe become the first climate neutral continent by 2050. This initiative also fits perfectly with our own sustainability goals.”DEME has already recognised the vast potential of this sector and has entered into several green hydrogen partnerships internationally to ensure the company is at the forefront of developments. In November 2019 DEME signed a cooperation agreement with six other leading industry players in Belgium for the transport of green hydrogen, and this year, also entered into exclusive partnerships to develop industrial scale green hydrogen plants in Belgium (Hyport® Ostend) and in Oman (Hyport® Duqm). Meanwhile in the Netherlands, DEME joined forces with Neptune Energy for the PosHYdon offshore hydrogen pilot, where the company will beinvolved in the conceptual design of a 100 MW offshore hydrogen production plant.“The combination of renewable energy with green hydrogen and the exciting potential it represents is fully in line with DEME’s innovation vision, which includes plans to invest in the development and large-scale production, storage and delivery of green hydrogen,” Luc Vandenbulcke emphasises. Source: Company Press Release
85,000 new homes need to be built in the West of England over the next 20 years to meet demand, significantly more than anticipated.The four councils – Bristol, North Somerset, Bath & North East Somerset and South Gloucestershire – estimate that the West now needs 85,000 new homes by 2036, rather than the 56,000 units originally planned. They have vowed to work together to plan the new properties and all the roads and other infrastructure that will need to go with them.A 12-week public consultation is underway offering local residents the opportunity to have their say on what sort of projects should go where.land and new homes the West new homes public consultation November 15, 2015The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » The West needs 85,000 homes previous nextLand & New HomesThe West needs 85,000 homesThe Negotiator15th November 20150633 Views
Established in 1992, Paul Dubberley is a leading estate agency offering the full spectrum of property services – sales, lettings, property management, conveyancing, mortgage services – from across its five prominent high street branches in the Black Country and West Midlands. It will continue to trade under its existing and well respected brand name, all 31 employees retained and takes Connells’ high street network total to nearly 180 branches.“We are delighted to integrate such a successful and well-known local business such as Paul Dubberley into the Connells network,” says Elizabeth Brown, Divisional Managing Director at Connells. “This acquisition allows us to further strengthen our position in the local market, extends our market leading services to even more customers and enables Paul Dubberley to continue to grow as part of a wider group. We welcome the Paul Dubberley team to Connells.”Lee Morton (left), Managing Partner at Paul Dubberley adds, “We are thrilled to join Connells and confident that the move will both significantly boost the Paul Dubberley business and help us to continue the growth achieved over recent years.“This marks the next step in the development of Paul Dubberley and the strength, expertise and support provided by Connells will enable us to further enhance our service and gives us the confidence that our vendors and landlords will continue to be given the best service possible”, Lee concludes.Paul Dubberley acquisition connells Connells acquires Paul Dubberley May 18, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Connells acquires Paul Dubberley previous nextAgencies & PeopleConnells acquires Paul DubberleyConnells, part of the Connells Group, has acquired Paul Dubberley estate agents from property investment company Bond Wolfe.The Negotiator18th May 201601,093 Views