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Discover Fitzrovia and Bloomsbury

By Katerina Smith | Thursday, April 24th, 2014

For a busy and historic area to base your business, look around central London. The heart of the capital is home to many diverse industries who thrive in this bustling region.

Renting in Central London

By Mark Hamilton | Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

Property to let in London is not too difficult to find but there are a few points you need to think about before signing on that dotted line. Rentals can be anything from six months upwards, plus they can offer a lot depending on your funds and specification. Before making a firm decision, read the points we've put together to give you a helping hand.

Lettings In London Are Hot!

By Frank Johnes | Sunday, February 16th, 2014

Many people coming to London are taking advantage of the property lettings that have suddenly become very popular. How nice it would be to fly to London and stay in a leased home rather than a hotel, where you can have all the comforts of a home.

Life in Raynes Park

By Barbara Roth | Monday, February 10th, 2014

Raynes Park was regarded as a rural farmland in the suburbs of London till the late years of the 19th century. The whole area changed with the construction of a new rail system which initiated a period of development. The rail system offers the fastest link to London Waterloo, the main reason for the influx of residents.

Baker Street Restaurant Revival

By Russell Cumberbatch | Sunday, November 17th, 2013

Whenever anyone mentions Baker Street in London, I automatically think of Sherlock Holmes - the infamous fictional detective who never seems to grow old Baker Street was originally residential and designed for the more elite, upper classes. However, nowadays it has become somewhat commercialised and is bursting to the brim with contemporary designer shops as well as sought-after eateries and wine bars.

Spain: so much more than paella and sangria.

By Reese Capshaw | Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

Spain has always been a favourite holiday destination amongst us Brits. However, I do fear that many of us never venture further than the lure of the beach and bars to really discover the treasures it has to offer. One thing's for sure, if you are reading this, then we can safely say that you aren't looking for the all too common 'club 18-30' holiday.

Kingston-upon-Thames through the years

By Gordon Freeman | Sunday, September 1st, 2013

Kingston-upon-Thames is a historically significant town, having been home to prestigious figures and more insalubrious characters, including a variety of businesses and professional organisations.

North West London offers some of the best places to live.

By Monica Harold | Sunday, August 25th, 2013

London has many famous landmarks like Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and The Tower of London. These are all visited by hundreds of people every day, but these tourists are missing out on some fantastic places that are just a few miles out from the centre.

An Oasis in London’s Concrete Desert

By Mark Sullivan | Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Euston Road serves as the northern border for Bloomsbury, while Bloomsbury Way and Theobalds Road form the southern border. Gray's Inn Road and Gower Street are the eastern and western borders respectively. As you cross into Bloomsbury traffic congestion tends to die down. This is due to London's congestion charge, which is imposed on Euston Road as one of the main roads bordering Bloomsbury ward. You will notice the better air quality in Bloomsbury because of the area's famous greenery.

Fitzrovia Local Issues

By Samantha Jackson | Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Recent reports are that a healthy tree that was growing on Warren Street was recently cut down in an effort to keep its roots from damaging a nearby building. As a result, the people residing around the Warren Street and Cleveland Street junction in Fitzrovia are angry about the tree cutting done by the Camden council for the sole reason that the tree's roots were a hazard to the building.

Rental property investment

By Kate Richards | Sunday, July 21st, 2013

Is it possible to make money as a landlord? It is if the right property is purchased. A cash purchase needs a huge sum but there are buy-to-let mortgages available with a deposit of around 30 percent. The rent collected helps repay the loan and can give sometimes give back a little bit more on top. At the same the property increases in value so a hefty profit can be realised at sale.

London: the Urban Village

By Julia Robinson | Friday, July 19th, 2013

To live in a city or a village? Many people have this debate at some point in. There are clear advantages (and disadvantages) to both sides - but there could be a 'third way'. Most cities, rather than being faceless urban sprawls, have areas that have distinct characters, to the point that they resemble villages. London is no exception.

Spring Clean your Soul

By Jessica Lescure | Thursday, July 11th, 2013

It seems that this has been one epoch of a winter. Months of being cold, dark and uncertain, months of longing for spring when it will be warmer, when we will feel happier, when we...  (More...)

A Life-Affirming Change

By Jacqueline Hurst | Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Let me introduce you to a friend of mine. I'll call her Jo.

Queen’s park area in London

By Jeremy Hue | Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

In North West London, split between the Borough of Brentwood and the City of Westminster lies Queen's Park. The major road through this area is Salusbury Road, which is served by two train stations, these...  (More...)

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