London’s tallest tower – the “Trellis” to be erected

London planning officers have given the tallest tower — known as the “Trellis” —the go-ahead to be built. There is still the City of London Corporation’s planning and transportation committee approval required, but this seen as just protocol. The backers of the Trellis are a Singaporean property company called Aroland which is the development arm […]

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China is showing a greater interest in the London property market since Brexit

Four Chinese banks have agreed to finance the first stage of a £1.7 billion transformation of an old East End dock with the intention of making it a foreign hub for Asian businesses. Not only are the Chinese investing in a new business hub in London but they are currently expected to invest £4 billion […]

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England’s best state primary school is in Notting Hill

Savvy parents of young families are ideally located in Notting Hill after Fox Primary School was named State Primary School of the Year according to the Sunday Times definitive rankings. At the Fox Primary School, 93% of children successfully reached level 5 in reading, writing and maths in 2015. The high level of attainment by […]

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TOP 12 Attractions For London Living: Part Three

The Final Part:   The National Gallery Established in 1824, this art museum in Trafalgar Square houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900. Due to its incredible collection and imposing structure, it is among the most visited art museums in the world. Kensington Palace While struggling with an […]

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Part One: London Culture

If you decide to move home and relocate to London, you will find what many tourists experience and that is a strong culture to enjoy.  A strong cultural force in your area can bolster property prices as a strong national or international interest in your area attracts people and business. In London, there are over 300 […]

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TOP 12 Attractions For London Living: Part Two

In our second installment of London Living:   The British Museum While human history, art and culture are not exclusive to London they are kept most meticulously at the British Museum. Located in the Bloomsbury area of London, this momentous museum was established in 1753. Attracting high volumes of tourists and local residents this building helps […]

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