Fareham Office


Fareham Office

Fareham branch is located along the busy West Street in Fareham Town Centre and ideally placed for clients to come in and discuss their moving plans with our experienced team. We are always on hand to offer the best advice possible and the branch has also been selected by ‘Cartus Relocation’ as their chosen agent.

Cartus Relocation look to help their clients move in and out of the area based on quality of service, local knowledge and professionalism. We are also very active in the community and regularly sponsor local school events within the Fareham area to help with promotion and awareness.


Office Location

Office Opening Hours


48 West Street
Fareham
Hampshire
PO16 0LA

Monday

08:30 - 18:30

Tuesday

08:30 - 18:30

Wednesday

08:30 - 18:30

Thursday

08:30 - 18:30

Friday

08:30 - 18:30

Saturday

09:00 - 17:00

Sunday

10:00 - 16:00

Contact


Sales

01329 283111

Lettings

01329 283111

Fax

01329 284655


Jessica Morgan

Jessica Morgan

Branch Manager / Letting Manager

Jessica joined Beals in January 2012 as a trainee lettings negotiator having worked previously in recruitment. She soon gained her spurs and successfully achieved promotions to negotiator and then senior negotiator. Jessica soon after joined our Flag Ship lettings office in Gosport where she was trained for management. Upon completion of her training, Jessica has returned to Fareham.


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About The Area

Fareham is a market town at the north-west tip of Portsmouth Harbour, between the cities of Portsmouth and Southampton in the south east of Hampshire. It gives its name to the borough that comprises the town and its surrounding area. The town has a documented history dating back to the Norman era, when a part of William's army marched up from Fareham Creek before continuing to the Saxon capital of England, Winchester. Originally known as ‘Ferneham’ the location was determined by the ford of Fareham Creek at the top of Portsmouth Harbour. The ford was the location of the Bishop of Winchester's mills; the foundations were subsumed in the A27 near the railway viaduct. Commercial activity continued at the port until the 1970s, and continues on a smaller scale.