A Guide to This Property & the Local Area
Fisher Close, Walton-on-thames, KT12
James Neave
38 High Street Walton on Thames Surrey KT12 1DE
01932 221 331
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Key Features
Property Type
3 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Outside Space
Key Details
Floor Area
818 ft2
76 m2
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band E
Flood Risk
Rivers & Seas
Very Low
Flood Risk
Surface Water
Unlike flooding from rivers, surface water flooding can happen many miles from a river, often in places that people wouldn’t expect because it’s a long way from a river or stream – it happens simply because there is nowhere else for the rainwater to go. Risk ratings are measured as:
High Risk - an area which has a chance of flooding of greater than 1 in 30 (3.3%) in any one year.
Medium Risk - an area which has a chance of flooding of greater than 1 in 100 (1.0%) in any one year.
Low Risk - an area which has a chance of flooding of greater than 1 in 1000 (0.1%) in any one year.
Very Low Risk - an area in which the risk is below 1 in 1000 (0.1%) in any one year
Conservation Area
Land Registry
Title Number
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Standard - 23 mbps
Superfast - 76 mbps
Ultrafast - 1000 mbps
Mobile Signal (based on calls indoors)
3 (Three)
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
Street View
Satellite Image
The EPC report provides performance data to help you understand the property’s energy efficiency, and can also provide useful additional data regarding power outlets, glazing, hotwater and heating throughout the property.

Energy rating



Valid until 04.02.2034

Your energy rating is D(68) and your potential is B(85) A B C D E F G 92+ 81-91 69-80 55-68 39-54 21-38 1-20 Score Energy rating Current Potential 68 | D 85 | B
Additional EPC Data
Property Type: Detached house Walls: Timber frame, as built, insulated (assumed)
Walls Energy: Good Roof: Pitched, 100 mm loft insulation
Roof Energy: Average Window: Fully double glazed
Window Energy: Average Main Heating: Boiler and radiators, mains gas
Main Heating Energy: Good Main Heating Controls: Programmer, room thermostat and TRVs
Main Heating Controls Energy: Good Hot Water System: From main system, no cylinder thermostat
Hot Water Energy Efficiency: Average Lighting: Low energy lighting in all fixed outlets
Lighting Energy: Very good Floors: Suspended, no insulation (assumed)
Secondary Heating: None Total Floor Area: 76 m2
Most Recent Local Applications

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26 , Fisher Close, KT12 5PN
33 And 35 , Fisher Close, KT12 5PN
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43 , Fisher Close, KT12 5PN
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37 , Fisher Close, KT12 5PN
Status: Appeal Decided
Tree Preservation Order EL: 183. 1 horse chestnut and 1 oak in rear garden in Group G4 - crown reduce by 50%
32 , Fisher Close, KT12 5PN
Status: Final Decision
Tree Preservation order EL 183: T3 Oak opposite house - crown lift to crown break, crown thin by 30%, remove minor secondary limb growing towards house
46 , Fisher Close, KT12 5PN
Status: Final Decision
TPO EL : 183 : Oak in group G5 adjacent to 42 Fisher Close - remove branches to height of 2 meters overhanging drive. Remove reduce branches at a higher level which over hang 42 Fisher Close. Reduce height 3 to 4 meters to junction of thicker growth
43 , Fisher Close, KT12 5PN
Status: Final Decision
TPO EL:183. T1 - oak (front tree between public footpath and side of house)- remove 3 lower branch systems (towards house), remove branch over fence, crown thin by 15-20%; reduce remainder of crown
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29 , Fisher Close, KT12 5PN
Status: Final Decision
Tree Preservation Order EL:183 - Oak in group G2 adjacent to rear boundary - crown reduce by 30%. Notice also given to remove 2 storm damaged limbs
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Average price changes for KT12
+ 62.58%
+ 64.08%
+ 58.33%
+ 41.43%
Education Level
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Not Rated
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
Halfway Green 0.15 miles
Halfway Green 0.19 miles
Walton Railway Station 0.14 miles
Walton Railway Station 0.15 miles
Fire Station 0.21 miles
Local Connections
Pin Name Distance
Heathrow Terminal 4 Underground Station 6.12 miles
Hatton Cross Underground Station 6.52 miles
Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3 Underground Station 7.04 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
Walton-on-Thames Rail Station 0.16 miles
Hersham Rail Station 0.95 miles
Weybridge Rail Station 2.16 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
M3 J1 3.23 miles
M25 J10 3.89 miles
M25 J11 4.25 miles
M25 J9 6.23 miles
M4 J4A 7.77 miles
Pin Name Distance
London Heathrow Airport 7.26 miles
London Gatwick Airport 18.4 miles
Biggin Hill Airport 19.39 miles
London City Airport 21.84 miles
About James Neave
James Neave the Estate Agents are independently-owned property specialists based on Walton on Thames High Street. We don’t believe that all Estate Agents are the same. We firmly believe that the decision of which Estate Agent you instruct to sell or let your home will have an impact on the outcome. We focus on doing all we can to bring our customers complete satisfaction. Our desire to bend over backwards when necessary has won us many friends, and we are proud to say a significant proportion of our work is repeat business and referral. Establishing long-lasting relationships is key to our ongoing success.

We have many years of experience in our chosen field, and we know our area very well. If you are looking for a friendly service and an unparalleled knowledge, you need to talk to our experts at the earliest opportunity. With James Neave by your side, your property needs are fully taken care of.

We are proud of the friendly service we provide, and the understanding manner with which we treat our customers. We don’t believe in giving you the hard sell just to get you to sign up with us, because we believe in good old-fashioned customer service instead.
Why us?
We are proud of the friendly service we provide, and the understanding manner with which we treat our customers. We don’t believe in giving you the hard sell just to get you to sign up with us, because we believe in good old-fashioned customer service instead. When we build a strong relationship with our customers, we do so because we know this is the way to achieve mutual success.

Testimonial 1
“James Neave was the answer to our long, two year search for a buyer. We previously listed with multiple agencies in the past albeit, to no avail. The frustration was quickly remedied once we listed with James Neave who showed honesty and determination, and within one month of listing, a buyer was found. Thank you James Neaves for going above and beyond limits”
Testimonial 2
“Words cannot express our sincerest thanks to you. You’ve made our move a reality and for that we will be forever indebted to you and your team.”
Testimonial 3
“We were really impressed by all the help and advice provided by Andy and the team at James Neave . All through the process we knew if we had any issues, someone was always on hand to help . James Neave have a real understanding and focus on helping families through the difficult period of a move. Their service is first class and they truly know each client / property inside out”
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