How Much Do Houses Cost in London’s Most Desirable Villages?
London’s urban villages have it all: wisteria-clad period homes, independent shops, artisan food stores, green space and excellent schools; it’s no wonder there’s a premium to pay to live in these vibrant community hubs. But how much are we talking?
5 Things We’ll be Eating at ONBlackheath 2018
With Paloma Faith, Squeeze, The Divine Comedy, De La Soul, Billy Bragg, Lightning Seeds and more lined up for ONBlackheath 2018, you’re going to need some good sustenance to keep you going all weekend
Competition: Win Weekend Tickets to ONBlackheath 2018!
The Resident has teamed up with ONBlackheath to offer two lucky readers the chance to win weekend family tickets to this year’s end of summer festival!
Chris Difford & Glenn Tilbrook on Headlining ONBlackheath with Squeeze
It all started with an advert in a Blackheath sweet shop in 1973. Now – 45 years and 14 albums later – Squeeze return to their roots with a headline performance at OnBlackheath festival
POLPO’s Russell Norman on Why He Can’t Get Enough of Venice
Blackheath restaurateur Russell Norman tells The Guide Resident how his love of Venice and Venetian food inspired his career his London restaurant group POLPO and his latest cookbook
21 of the Best Beer Gardens in South East London
From colourful courtyards in Deptford to picnic tables by the Cutty Sark and lush, family-friendly green gardens in Sydenham, The Resident picks out 21 of the best beer gardens in south east London
Where to Watch the London Marathon
The London Marathon is one of the greatest races on earth. But where to watch? The Resident reveals the best spectator spots and pubs along the route, as well as busy spots to avoid
South East London Property Prices Expected to Grow by 12%
JLL’s latest residential research report reveals the extent of regeneration in south east London and forecasts that the area will prosper over the next 5-10 years with 12% price growth predicted
7 Exciting New Foodie Openings in South East London
From The Ivy Cafe to crêperies and cool new vegan hangouts, south east London boasts a number of exciting new restaurants and cafes that you simply have to check out
February Half Term Activities in London
Wondering what to do with the kids this February half term? Keep the little ones entertained – and away from their iPad screen – with The Resident’s pick of some of the London best half-term activities in north, south, east and west London