! Corona Virus Alert

Please note that due to Government regulations our office hours may be reduced without notice. Currently, we operate a skeleton office staffing with most staff working remotely from home. For none urgent matters please email info@belmontregency.com as this may be quicker as all staff will be able to access this and ring you back. When the office is closed, an answerphone is operative and queries will be dealt with when next open.

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Travelling Abroad this Summer?

Travelling Abroad this Summer?  Are you aware of the different rules of the country you are travelling to? Below is some useful information on different countries rules along with some very bizarre ones.   In Europe, unless your car has got number plates that include a GB symbol, you’ll need to display a GB sticker. […]

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20 YEARS AT BELMONT REGENCY!

Wendy Spring is celebrating 20 years of employment with us today! We would like to say a big thank you to Wendy for all her hard work and support over the last 20 years. Wendy is our office manager and deals with all our accounts as well as looking after our customer base. She has […]

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CONGRATULATIONS AND BIRTHDAY WISHES

CONGRATULATIONS AND BIRTHDAY WISHES Our youngest team member and apprentice, Connor, being recognised for his achievements. Connor started with us in September 2016 and has recently passed his first year studying Intermediate Level Apprenticeship in Administration for Mortgage and/or Financial Planning Intermediaries. Connor is well on his way now to becoming a fully qualified mortgage […]

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Merry Christmas

We would like to wish all our customers and suppliers a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. We recently enjoyed our company Christmas celebration at the Roundhouse in Derby. It was a spectacular evening which was based on a circus theme, it was a great chance for the whole team to get together […]

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Farmers lose out

Universal credit hits some farmers An article in the Sunday Times stated that some hill farmers and low paid agricultural workers face losing thousands of pounds a year when the Government’s Universal credit comes in. Although some are earning low incomes, the new system assumes that they earn the national average of £13,644 pa. A […]

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