Is There a Premium on London’s Blue Plaque Properties?
Properties with a Blue Plaque don’t often find their way into the London property market, so when they do, what’s it going to cost you?
The World’s First Mindfulness Triathlon Heads for Battersea
Wanderlust 108, the world’s first Mindfulness Triathlon, heads for Battersea Park this September. But what’s it all about?
London Helicopter Launches New Kew Gardens Picnic Experiences
The London Helicopter has re-launched its exclusive Kew Gardens Picnic Packages, offering you the chance to see London from the air before a sumptuous alfresco feast at the world-famous botanic gardens
London’s Most Instagrammable Ice Creams
It’s National Ice Cream Day on 15 July 2018, which makes July National Ice Cream Month! And since it’s been such a fabulous summer so far, it’d be rude not to go and get your mitts on one of London’s most Instagrammable ice creams
Property of the Day: A Modern Houseboat in Battersea
Living on the water is a romantic notion that many dream of, and it could become a reality with this immaculately restored 30-metre barge with a 123-year leasehold mooring in Battersea
Working from Home: The New Developments with Work Spaces
As the tubes get more congested and office space commands higher and higher premiums, working from home is becoming increasingly popular. And developers are taking note. Fiona Brandhorst takes a look at the the new developments with co-working facilities
9 of London’s Best Boat Bars
Fancy a view of the water and a brew in your hand? The Resident checks out London’s best boat bars for a drink on the water this summer…
Battersea Power Station to Host Inaugural London Seafood Festival
The first ever London Seafood Festival heads for Battersea Power Station this summer and some of the capital’s top chefs, including Vivek Singh, Mark Hix and Francesco Mazzei, are on board
7 Ways to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Circus
It’s the 250th anniversary of the Circus and London is full to the brim with fabulous circus events of all kinds. From grand productions like Cirque Berserk! and festivals like CircusFest to classes for the circus arts and a circus pub, here are the best ways to celebrate this London-born show
49 Things To Do in London: April 2018
Things to do in London in April 2018, from the Festival for Muslim culture, literature and ideas at the British Library, to Circus Abyssinia: Ethiopian Dreams at Southbank and Global Citizen Live London at O2 Academy in Brixton with Emeli Sandé, Professor Green, and Naughty Boy