Herald - Issue 450

Page 70 • The HERALD • 7th December 2023 v WE’VE BEEN YOUR LOCAL SINCE 1994 v • Sales & purchase of residential properties • Auction sales & purchases • Re-mortgages • New Builds & Shared Ownership • Transfers of Equity Call Louise Blacker our Conveyancing Solicitor Jasper Vincent Solicitors Unit 1, Chevron Business Park Lime Kiln Lane Holbury Southampton SO45 2QL Tel: 023 8089 0919 e: lblacker@jaspervincent.com www.jaspervincent.com Property & Conveyancing ASK A PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS REQUIRING A CONVEYANCER by Louise Blacker, Solicitor with Jasper Vincent Solicitors There are various reasons for a change of property ownership or an amendment to existing arrangements to re ect life’s twists and turns. People are o en surprised to learn that any dealing with an interest in property can only be completed by a solicitor or quali ed conveyancer. e advent of “registered title” to property has created the impression that property ownership is simple and that everything of signi cance is in plain view on the sheets printed from the Land Registry’s records. For most of us, life experience tells us that few things are so straightforward and dealings with land, or an interest in land which is not necessarily registered at the Land Registry, can be complex. e requirement for a quali ed person to oversee property transactions has always applied and the change to keeping records of land ownership electronically, dispensing with the beautifully cra ed Deeds and documents of years gone by, have not a ected this necessity. It is also sometimes the case that the parties involved in any property dealing have a potential con ict of interests and they need to be separately advised. is is not always evident at the outset, and only when the nature of a transaction is considered within the context of land law and the professional guidelines which govern the work of conveyancers does it become clear that what is required is more detailed than had been assumed. Estate planning may also give rise to the need for Louise Blacker, Solicitor with Jasper Vincent Solicitors alterations to property ownership to ensure that assets pass to your chosen bene ciaries in the correct proportions. It is essential that property titles accord with the stipulations in your Will if your wishes are to take e ect. The experienced team here in Jasper Vincent’s Waterside o ce is very happy to help with all of your property questions and needs as well as any Wills and Estate Planning. Local Radio Station Goes National Great British Radio, the station that’s all about Great Laughs, Great Guests, and Great Music, is set to unleash its feel good fun on a national scale. e station, having launched its successful DAB service in Hampshire earlier this year, is ecstatic to announce that they’ve scored a national DAB radio licence, securing a spot on the coveted Sound Digital multiplex. CEO Mike Osman, the man with the master plan said: “We are over the moon with the decision and for us to be on the Sound Digital multiplex. It’s been a real team effort from all of us and our investors. It’s cementing our place as a real audience winner. Word is getting around as we continue to see growth. Great British Radio was born to entertain. We are an upbeat station, a positive station, something different. And now, with the national DAB licence, we can reach even more people. We can’t wait to bring Great British Radio to the Great British public.” A station that only airs good news, Great British Radio started broadcasting on a national level from 4th December. Obtaining a national DAB licence is no small feat, but Great British Radio has demonstrated its commitment to delivering top-quality entertainment to its evergrowing audience. The station is one of only three independent stations across the two national DAB multiplexes. Mike Osborne, Great British Radio’s Programming Director believes that it is this agility and uniqueness that contributed to them being given the licence. Mike said: “They don’t hand out these licences easily and there was a lot of competition but our original sound, our fantastic content and our approach to radio really cut through and we can’t wait for the nation to hear us. We’re delighted.” e Great British Radio team will share their home-grown and licensed material with a broader audience, and they’re adding some star power to the mix. Joining the comedic maestro Mike Osman with his breakfast show, on the airwaves is none other than the Fizz star and TV presenter Cheryl Baker, who will host ‘A ernoons with Cheryl Baker’ on weekdays. Neil Ke ord, renowned for his 11-year career at Invicta and Heart in Kent, Mike Osman, Great British Radio CEO will bring his unique sense of humour to ‘ e Ke ord 3’ from 10am to 1pm. e drive time show will have Chris Storey in the front seat with ‘Storey Time,’ airing from 4pm to 7pm. Arqiva, awarded Great British Radio with the national DAB contract a er capacity became available earlier this year. Linda Passey, Business Manager – DAB Radio at Arqiva, said: “We are delighted to welcome Great British Radio to Sound Digital. With record audiences tuning in to commercial radio and more stations than ever broadcasting on national DAB, it’s truly exciting to see Great British Radio scale up so quickly from Local to National – harnessing the broad reach of DAB to really engage and entertain listeners.” Find out more about Great British Radio at: www. greatbritish.radio or tune in via a DAB radio.