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About Allan Fuller Estate Agents
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So we fully expect to be able to provide a full and extensive service to existing and new customers. If you are looking to purchase or rent a property, or have a property valued and assessed for sale or letting please do contact us. For our hundreds of tenants and landlords just get in touch in the normal way.
Latest Property News
Allan's November Market Update
The full reasons are harder to define, but the two that stand out are younger, would be first time buyers are happy to rent and think of buying later in life. The other could well be the understandable concern of safety since Grenfell. The colossal tragedy of this event has had understandable repercussions, the ongoing enquiry is extremely detailed, the eventual publication is due late spring 2022.
Special Halloween Horror QUIZ
Can you identify this historical person? He is said to be the inspiration behind Bram Stoker’s character, Dracula ...
Blue Plaque for Local Schoolgirl Who Became Spy
The former Putney High School girl went onto become the first woman ever appointed to a senior rank in MI5 and is widely believed to be the inspiration for the character Connie Sachs from John le Carré’s novels Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, The Honourable Schoolboy and Smiley’s People.
Milicent Bagot had a reputation as a formidable security officer and specialised in international communism throughout her service, advising on the threat posed by the Soviet bloc to Britain during the Cold War.
After the war Milicent spent some time working with British authorities in the Middle East, guiding them on how to overcome Soviet subversion. By 1949 she was recognised as a leading expert on the matter for her unparalleled knowledge and was promoted to Assistant Director of MI5 in 1953.
Although most of the details about her career remain shrouded in secrecy, one of her most significant cases involved an investigation to decipher the infamous Zinoviev Letter of 1924, a document which detailed Soviet plans to encourage a revolution from British workers and called on them to strike.
The letter was leaked, possibly by MI5, amid a divisive general election and is thought to have contributed to the defeat of the Labour government. Although the true origins of the letter are still unconfirmed, Milicent’s work contributed to further investigations which concluded that it was most likely the result of forgery crafted by anti-Soviet emigrants living in Latvia.
The plaque will be unveiled by Putney High School Headmistress, Suzie Longstaff.