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March, 2017

New Property Launches – Chelsea Waterfront in The London Magazine


Ruth Bloomfield highlights that Chelsea Waterfront’s towers will be released later this year in The London Magazine The full article discusses the attitudes of buyers and investors towards Central London properties on the edge of prime central London. The article features comments on Chelsea Waterfront, Lots Road. The development consists […]

David Wolff features in Notting Hill & Holland Park Magazine and the Kensington & Chelsea Magazine

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Made to Measure: Lauren Stevens interviews David Wolff to discuss the most extravagant additions to London’s palatial homes.   While building a miniature aquarium filled with a modest school of sharks may be no biggie, the prospect of creating an alternative climate in a residential home was new ground to […]

Charles Baker Place in the online version of luxury West London-based magazine Absolutely


Why Over Fifties Are Downsizing And Moving To The City According to research by Savills, across the UK two-thirds of all housing wealth is tied in homes owned by retirees. Approximately 55,000 people downsize each year, releasing equity of some £7 billion. “Hassle-free living has huge appeal in this case, […]

Is the sector bold for change when it comes to gender equality?

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Geeta Nanda: ‘The gender disparity between men and women working in housing is still a major issue’ In the full article, Geeta Nanda, CEO of Thames Valley Housing Association discusses the lack of women represented in leadership positions in the workforce, with a particular focus on the property sector. Click […]

90 North hires John Yeend – New appointment featured in Estates Gazette

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Yeend was director of investment and development acquisitions at LaSalle for six years, before which he led investment at Northridge Capital and Treasury Holdings. Click here to read the full article.

The housing white paper – fix or fudge? Harry Downes, MD of Fizzy Living discusses


The long-delayed housing white paper was intended to identify how the government will deliver its one million new homes by the 2020 target. While much has already been written about the document, only one question matters: will it succeed in that aim? Fizzy Living and Thames Valley Housing (TVH) stand […]

Why accountants should invest in Holborn’s hidden homes: Pinks Mews features in Economia

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With mews houses now among the most profitable and popular London properties, finance workers would do well to snap up one in the capital’s professional services heartland, says Alex Stocker, founder and CEO of Sons & Co. The past few years have witnessed a growing trend among London’s senior financial […]