About Thomas Morris

Thomas Morris was established in 1991 at a small office in Eaton Ford, a suburb of St Neots in Cambridgeshire. Within 2 years the Company had opened a second office branch in the market town of Ramsey where we quickly established ourselves as the area’s leading agent. 

1996 saw the company expand further with offices in both Huntingdon and St Ives. The company now had 4 strategically located branches in Old Huntingdonshire’ and re-located the St Neots operation to probably the most prominent position in the town. 

In 1998, Thomas Morris made its first move out of Cambridgeshire and set up a new office in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. It was in this year that we acquired an agency in Sawtry, a small village located close to the A1 to the north of Huntingdon. A year later the partnership bought two offices from Halifax Property Services, one in St Ives and the other in Royston, Hertfordshire, which remains our most southerly branch providing access for numerous buyers to the benefit of all offices.

Today we are part of LSLi, a specialist property company providing growth and development for independent property estate and letting agents who want to see their business continue to grow. 

As LSLi are part of LSL, one of the UK’s leading residential property services companies, we have the backing of a respected plc.

The company is now run by 2 Directors who are directly involved in the day to day running of the business with a combined experience of over 70 years! Their philosophy remains one of 'commitment to quality’ focusing on the real needs of both house buyers and sellers. This approach manifests itself in a comprehensive marketing strategy across a range of mediums, combined with perhaps, an old fashioned approach, that ’personal service still matters’.

About Thomas Morris

Thomas Morris was established in 1991 at a small office in Eaton Ford, a suburb of St Neots in Cambridgeshire. Within 2 years the Company had opened a second office branch in the market town of Ramsey where they quickly established themselves as the area’s leading agent. 

1996 saw the company expand further with offices in both Huntingdon and St Ives. The company now had 4 strategically located branches in Old Huntingdonshire’ and re-located the St Neots operation to probably the most prominent position in the town. 

In 1998, Thomas Morris made its first move out of Cambridgeshire and set up a new office in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. It was in this year that they acquired an agency in Sawtry, a small village located on close to the A1 to the north of Huntingdon. A year later the partnership bought two offices from Halifax Property Services, one in St Ives and the other in Royston, Hertfordshire, which  remains their most southerly branch providing access to numerous buyers to the benefit of all offices.

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