William Raffety establishes Raffety & Son trading in High Wycombe as cabinet makers, upholsterers and home furnishers, decorators and agents.
Raffety & Son merges with London based firm, Hamnetts, becoming Hamnett Raffety.
Aitchisons is formed by Robert Aitchison who opens their first office in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.
Hamnett Raffety merges with Buckland & Son to create the new company of Raffety Buckland.
Sale to TSB Bank and Aitchison Raffety becomes Aitchison Raffety Buckland.
Aitchison Raffety Group is formed at the time of the management buyout. Comprising the core Commercial Property Services business, Town Planning and several estate agency branches, which trade as Aitchisons.
Aitchison Raffety opens an office in London.
Milton Keynes office opens.
Barton Rix joined the Aitchison Raffety Group.
Hitchin-based firm, Tomlinson Quin, joins the Group.
Aitchison Raffety opens its Birmingham city centre office.
The Group has 150 staff spread across 12 UK offices.