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About Us and Northolt

"The Bright Move"

Tony Paul Estate Agents have been selling property in Northolt and the surrounding areas since 1997 from their office in Northolt Village. They take great pride in the fact that as a result of sheer determination and confidence in what they do, they are probably the No. 1 Estate Agents within the area.

"The local market is vibrant" ...says Tony, "we always have a good range of properties on our books, both the sales and let's that we agree progress smoothly, and we are getting very positive feedback from our vendors and landlords, so all the hard work we have put into establishing Tony Paul Estate Agents is already paying dividends".

Both Tony and Paul previously worked as branch managers for a corporate estate agency, achieving individual success in these roles before they decided to go it alone and set up an independent agency. Paul brings local knowledge to the business which helps to make accurate property valuations. Tony, meanwhile, specialises in the office administration, overseeing each stage of the sale or let to completion. They also have a panel of surveyors and solicitors whom they work closely with, matching the professionals, young or old, male or female, to suit the needs of their clients.

Tony and Paul both know that, like any company, Tony Paul Estate Agents can only continue to succeed based on the strength of its reputation. Tony puts it like this...

"Our customers know that when they call us, they will be dealing with one of the two partners and that we are personally motivated to see each sale or let through to conclusion. We know equally that if any difficulties arise, we will sort them out as promptly and efficiently as possible. We are paid to worry about people's problems, and that's what we do!".

If you require any further details with regard to Property Sales, Lettings or Financial Services then please call (020) 8845 5253 or email info@tonypaulestateagents.co.uk and one of our dedicated staff will be happy to help.



Northolt tube station

Northolt, mentioned in the Domesday Book, was described in 1845 as one of the most remote areas in Middlesex. The twentieth century brought some dramatic changes to the parish. However, much of the village's character and identity has been retained; the village greens, the moated manor house site, and the beautiful 13th century church of St. Mary's, which crowns the hill above Belvue Park.

Amazingly, over the years, Northolt Village has retained its rural character through the efforts of the local community who remain determined to cherish this gem of old Middlesex.

In 1969 the London Borough of Ealing designated Northolt Village Green as one of the borough's first conservation areas. Traffic was prevented from passing through the village, the greens protected by the memorial trust in whose ownership they lie.

In 1995, Ealing Council allocated up to £40, 000 for environmental improvements to the village green and to the shopping area. Together, they provide a 'district center', meeting the shopping and community needs of a wide area.

In 1997, various local organisations with a stake in Northolt Village came together to form the Northolt Village Forum. As a result of a local questionnaire sent out to all the addresses within the village and the shopping area, the Forum has carried out the following improvements:

  • Village signs displaying the shield of the former county of Middlesex
  • New 'Northolt Village' litter bins, also with the Middlesex shield
  • Floodlighting of the clock tower
  • Heritage lamps on the village green and by the churchyard gate and Memorial Hall
  • Brighter lighting along Ealing Road
  • New street trees along the shopping parades on Church Road and Mandeville Road.

Transport improvements have also been carried out:

  • Short term car parking spaces for those wishing to visit the shops
  • Improvements to Northolt Tube Station
  • New low-floor double deck buses on the 140 Harrow-Northolt-Heathrow route
  • Parking restrictions on the A312 road to ease the flow of buses and other traffic.

There's still more to come:

  • Restoration of St. Mary's Church
  • Refurbishment of the clock tower
  • Possible controlled parking zone to prevent all day commuters parking in the roads around Northolt Tube Station
  • A direct bus link from Northolt to Ealing Broadway
  • Footpath improvements, pedestrian and cycle crossings, and landscape improvements to enhance Northolt Village as the northern gateway to the new Northolt and Greenford Countryside Park.