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History

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December 1993 Watts receives Property Marketing Award for its corporate brochure. Ian Ford opens the Manchester office.
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December 1992 Ted Watts becomes first building surveyor to be elected President of the RICS.
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December 1991 National diversification commences with the first office in Glasgow, Watts' first office outside London.
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December 1989 The London offices merge to form the Haymarket office
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December 1987 20th anniversary celebrated at the Savoy.
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December 1986 Two further central London offices opened, reflecting the shift in emphasis from the public to the private sector.
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December 1985 A second central London office is opened in Brook Street.
Turnover exceeds £2,000,000.
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December 1983 The first Watts Pocket Handbook is published. Ted Watts elected President of the Building Surveyors Division of the RICS. Turnover exceeds £1 million.
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December 1982 Church in Blackheath acquired and converted into prize-winning scheme to form landmark base.
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December 1981 With concentrated investment the firm diversifies into the private sector.
The business wins an RICS/Times Conservation Award for The Old Mortuary, Rotherhithe
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