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Is Kensington still considered prime property?

Any lingering doubts about Kensington’s reputation as one of the Prime Central London districts can easily be settled by taking a stroll down its vibrant main thoroughfare. Starting at the majestic museum quarter and ending at the ornate gates of Holland Park, Kensington High Street cuts a glamorous route through the entire area. In between, …

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Strong demand for London property from Hong Kong and Chinese buyers and renters

We are seeing strong and increasing demand from Hong Kong professionals looking to find a home in London.  Many are moving to the UK under the BNO visa scheme and usually they decide to rent here first, perhaps for six months to a year, until they get to know an area and decide that this …

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A modern urban good-life in London’s Bermondsey

The smoke and clamour of the old docks, factories and riverside warehouses may be long gone, but Bermondsey still retains a distinct air of Dickensian energy and enterprise. It’s a vibe that can be detected in the wonderful artisan food shops that line Bermondsey Street and the wonder experienced when walking into one of the area’s many art and design galleries.

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Renters flock to Wembley for sophisticated urban living

As the renewal and transformation of the Wembley location picks up speed, Quintain Living is emerging as a clear front-runner in the race to be the area’s most talked-about symbol of progress. A welcomed build-to-rent development which offers a safe place to live and a great sense of community, Wembley Park is a winning combination …

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Everything you need to know about living in Wembley Park

Not so long ago, a visit to Wembley meant that you were either attending an important football match or a must-see concert. This is because of Wembley Stadium’s history of hosting defining moments like the World Cup Finals and huge memorable concerts such as Live Aid back in 1985. As the most recent Euro 2020 …

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Can my employer force me back to the office after lockdown?

Despite the government “roadmap” which has encouraged businesses to implement home-working arrangements wherever possible, the law does not currently oblige employers to grant permanent work-from-home status to employees after the UK pandemic restrictions are lifted. As long as appropriate precautions are in place (i.e. distancing, sanitiser, screens etc), your employer can insist that you return …

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Welcome back Wimbledon Championships 2021

Marc von Grundherr, Director at Benham and Reeves reports from outside the All-England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, a venue that has hosted some of the most breath-taking moments in sport. It’s a place where legends are created as each year during the Championships, the world’s elite players compete for what is arguably the greatest grand …

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Lockdown lift-off: 7 things to do as Hampstead re-opens

As the UK emerges from the health pandemic, Londoners are already taking advantage of their regained freedoms and what better place to start than in Hampstead. The affluent, family-friendly NW3 postcode has always offered an attractive mix of outdoor pursuits, good eating and cultural must-sees, so here are seven events in the area which indicate …

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Best Riverside Rentals in London

Apart from being London’s two-thousand-year-old commercial lifeline, the River Thames forms a large part of its instantly recognisable cultural and historical backdrop, being the site of many iconic landmarks. It comes as no surprise then, that much like the banks of the Seine in Paris or along New York’s Hudson River, riverside apartments to rent …

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Top ten iconic London buildings being turned into homes

When does a brand become a legend? Many heritage products were conceived in the aftermath of the industrial revolution, with British goods having access to ready-made markets throughout a vast empire. Grandiose London headquarters became almost as iconic as the brands they sold, but in the mid-20th Century many were demolished or fell into neglect.

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Ten reasons to make your home in Hampstead

For those who take comfort in knowing that most of life’s pleasures can be enjoyed within a short stroll from their front door, Hampstead is the ideal neighbourhood. Culture, beauty and well-being fill its historic streets, intriguing shops and cosy eateries. It’s no surprise that virtually anyone who appreciates beautiful surroundings will naturally gravitate towards …

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Commuter housing hotspot set to boom in Slough

On the rise Although only a three mile walk from the pomp and pageantry of Windsor Castle, Slough has been somewhat overlooked down the years, a fact that is probably due to a misplaced prejudice about its industrial past. However, the beginning of the 21st Century has seen the Thames Valley grow into a modern …

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