Fraser Brown help change the face of Bingham

Fraser Brown help change the face of Bingham

The commercial property department at Fraser Brown has recently worked with a number of independent retailers to establish premises in Bingham town centre.


Logburners Limited shop opened on Market Street at the end of 2013 and specialises in providing log burning fires, multi fuel stoves and fireplaces. Owned by Nick Stanford and Lucy Abel, the business was started out of a passion for home renovation, with Nick having been an architect for over 25 years.

Pods, Petals and Presents, a shop selling gifts, cards and houseware has also recently opened on Market Street, owned by Di Langford.

Zinnia flower boutique opened in Market Place. Owned by Maggie Forsyth, they provide made to order flower arrangements for all occasions.

The Picture Café in Market Place offers homemade, high quality food. Owners Julia and Paul Williams have created a unique and welcoming environment for people to meet throughout the day.

Julie Pope, a solicitor in Fraser Brown’s commercial property team, is based at the firm’s Bingham office. She said “I work with clients all over the country so it is especially nice to work with local businesses and see them set up and flourish. Bingham is now a lively market town and has had a lot of investment over the past year. The independent retailers definitely add to the appeal of the town and now rival West Bridgford for amenity.”

Bingham photo group 2

Left-Right: Nick Stanford, Lucy Abel, Julie Pope, Maggie Forsyth, Paul Williams.

Bingham photo Picture Cafe
Bingham photo Zinnia
Bingham photo Logburners

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