What’s on in London – February 2020

Raising awareness has become a big driver of many London events. The rise of social media has made it even easier to gain exposure for a race, festival or show that galvanises the public’s imagination. Fun runs or catwalk shows that support cancer research, children’s issues or ethical trade are just some we always welcome …

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10 steps you need to take when considering a mortgage

More than a decade of low interest rates may have lulled some of us into a sense of false security, but current mortgage lenders are starting to ask some tough questions. Following on from guidelines set by the Financial Conduct Authority, borrowers will have to prove that they not only have the resources necessary to …

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Top Ten Rental Hacks

Renting a property in London needn’t be a shot in the dark. You have rights and it pays to familiarise yourself with them as much as possible. Here are 10 legal stepping stones to a happy outcome.

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Five Green Strategies to Give Your Home A Healthy Boost

We’ve all seen those lifestyle TV programmes where design geeks create jaw-dropping eco-palaces from scratch, using an “innovative mix of natural products and space-age technology”. Unlimited budgets and design expertise aside, there are a number of less drastic changes that we mere mortals can make in order create a greener home and a safer future.

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What’s on in London – January 2020

Lighting up the Capital’s night sky isn’t just for festive ocasions and with the fog clearing around Brexit, there’s plenty to feel optimistic about. From Chiswick to Chinatown, you’ll find plenty of artistic uses of technology as London gives space to innovative installations and dazzling displays. It’s also a time to get out and about, …

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What’s on in London – December 2019

Maintaining and strengthening relationships are as important as success and prosperity. And in a large metropolis Like London, this can get overlooked during busy times. That’s why old Yuletide traditions like candlelit vigils and Christmas carol singing should go hand in hand with hi-tech secular alternatives. It’s also why London, with its history and innovations, …

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What’s on in London – November 2019

Even the prospect of a winter general election will do little to dampen Londoner’s spirits as they look forward to the Christmas season. The lights are going up, skating rinks are open and the West End is full of exciting shopping opportunities and entertainment options. Food and drink events are a great way to get …

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The London Help to Buy Scheme – taking the first step on the property ladder in London

Buying your first home in London is often believed to be beyond the reach of many young professionals – and it certainly isn’t easy. But a sluggish property market, softening house prices, low mortgage interest rates, discounts from developers and the London Help to Buy scheme – mean that this could be the best opportunity …

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What’s on in London – October 2019

London, with its unfamiliar playing surface and relative lack of media coverage for American Football has proved to be a tough place to get results in and that’s before you factor in our capricious weather (four seasons in one day, what’s that about?). The weather won’t worry lovers of German festivals as they tend to …

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What’s on in London – September 2019

In times past, parts of the Capitalsuch as Hyde Park or Kensington were regularly marked off as exhibition spaces and the Victorians loved to spend the whole day there as it freed them from the city’s dust and smoke. Today, London’s clean air and extensive transit networkhas transformed the whole metropolis into an outdoor venue …

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What’s on in London – August 2019

London is firmly in the age of the flexi-venue and it’s making for some intriguing mashups as buildings continue to be repurposed. This month alone will see cakes displayed in an old brewery, beer drunk in an exhibition space and DJs spinning from one of the highest points in Europe. The architects of old might …

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What’s on in London – July 2019

Stately homes in and around London always put their best foot forward during the summer season. Although most of them have some kind of year round appeal, places like Buckingham Palace, Hampton Court and Chiswick House are best viewed when natural light and temperate climate both play their part: after all, queuing outside is more …

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