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Mar21

Celebrate Pets in the City at the Inaugural London Dog Week

Expect fashion shows, four-legged workouts and puppy brunches as the inaugural London Dog Week lands in late March. The first of its kind in the world, the week of paw-some events is all about celebrating life as a dog owner in the capital

Mar21

49 Things To Do in London: April 2019

The Resident’s pick of the best things to do in London in April 2019 from The Candlelight Club pop-up speakeasy to Pebblefest eco-friendly festival in Southwark and Christian Dior at V&A Museum in Kensington

Mar18

Property of the Day: Shepherdess Walk, Shoreditch

Shoreditch’s boho, arty vibe is perfectly channelled throughout this converted warehouse apartment with exposed brickwork, Crittall windows and a flexible, open-plan interior

Mar12

Property of the Day: Limerston Street, Chelsea

This professionally interior-designed property in Chelsea, complete with sauna, hot tub and spectacular master bedroom, lends an air of the exotic to south west London’s streets

Mar11

Travel: Is Dubai Your Next Wellness Destination?

It’s known for its towering skyscrapers, flash malls and year-round sun, but Dubai is reinventing itself as a spot for wellness. With moonlit yoga and vegan cuisine, could it be your next destination holiday?

Mar6

Property of the Day: Hartington Road, Chiswick

While it may book like the south of France, this Chiswick villa has all the amenities you might want, while being just moments away from the heart of the city.

Mar1

49 Things To Do in London: March 2019

Things to do in London this March from International Women’s Day to the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea, Midcentury Modern in Dulwich, HOLI festival and a new Wedding Weekend in Belgravia

Mar1

How to Get Behind the London Children’s Book Project

Books can offer an escape to another world and ignite the imagination. One person who understands the importance of reading for young children is researcher Liberty Venn, who set up the London Children’s Book Project to help more children get reading

Feb25

Property of the Day: Callcott Street, Kensington

This three bedroom house is minutes away from both Notting Hill and Kensington, while also offering everything from a roof terrace to a walk-in closet. What more could you want?

Feb22

Area Focus: Why is Wembley Park so Hot Right Now?

There was a time when a trip to Wembley meant one of two things – footy or a Foo Fighters gig. Fast forward to 2019 and the whole area has been transformed into a hub of culture, food and a whole lot more…

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