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Greenwich Peninsula

WHY WE SHOULD MOVE TO GREENWICH PENINSULA

Developer Knight Dragon’s vision for Greenwich Peninsula will create a vibrant new Thames-side residential and leisure district

St Thomas' CofE Primary School, W10

WOULD YOU MOVE HOUSE FOR A GOOD SCHOOL?

Parents in Kensington and Chelsea often face a tough choice between private schools or postcode premiums to be within the right catchment area for a school when buying a new house. Karen Tait finds out what are the best available options… With the start of another educational year, parents will be considering catchment areas once […]

Properties for rent in SW London

EXPERT ADVICE FOR LANDLORDS IN SW LONDON

Landlords need to be aware of the changing market conditions

Magnolia House, Stand on the Green

RIVERSIDE LIVING IN LONDON

Alexia Evans from riverhomes explains that waterside properties in London are more popular than ever, and why living by the Thames will never lose its appeal

Michael Davis, Harrods Estates Park Lane

MY MONTH: HARRODS ESTATES PARK LANE

Harrods Estates negotiator Michael Davis gets to grips with his new job by way of his trusty scooter, prepares for Prudential London Surrey 100 cycle race and tries Mayfair’s best restaurants

Savills Waterfront Battersea

SAVILLS OPENS SECOND BATTERSEA OFFICE

As Savills opens a second office in Battersea, The Resident meets the team from Savills Waterfront, who reveal why riverside living will never lose its appeal in London Savills newest office on Battersea Bridge Road will open on the 16th August. The office will be multi-discipline, with Savills waterfront and south west London residential development […]

Why Wimbledon Village is a sought-after place to live

WHY WIMBLEDON IS A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE

Wimbledon offers a taste of town and country, which is much appreciated by its residents, finds Resident Property Editor Karen Tait  At a time when much is being made of the disparity between property prices in the capital and the rest of the country, it’s interesting to note the continuing strength of interest in London […]

Lens House

AUGUST’S HOTTEST PROPERTY TRENDS

The London homes longlisted for the 2014 RIBA Manser Medal, the most prestigious architects award, and London’s property prices by postcode. This is what you need to know about London’s property market right now Four of the 23 homes longlisted for this year’s RIBA Manser Medal – the UK’s foremost private housing design award – […]

Who lives in Chelsea

FROM MICK JAGGER TO OSCAR WILDE, CHELSEA’S RESIDENTS

London estate agent Russell Simpson has released a report breaking down Chelsea into its six micro-districts and commenting on who the inhabitants, past and present, are Old Chelsea has been an area popular with the wealthy throughout history. It was used as a residential base for the Saxon maritime industry, transporting chalk from the River […]

Berkeley's new One Tower Bridge development

WHY WE SHOULD ALL MOVE TO SE1

Touted as ‘South Central’, SE1 has long had a lot to offer, but it took a while for the developers to notice…

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