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May, 2017

The top 3 interior design trends in the Prime London Market right now – Deal Makerz

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Demand within the capital’s luxury property market continues to increase despite Brexit William and Benjamin Samuels, co-founders and directors of the boutique design firm Wilben, discuss three key trends driving investment in London’s luxury property market. Read the full article on the Deal Makerz website

Prime Resi – Royal Fever: Resi reigns again in Buckingham Palace Quarter

Prime Resi looks at Buckingham Palace Quarter’s Outperforming other luxury neighbourhoods in Prime Central London. The full article discusses the rising property value due to the multitude of high-end developments in the area. Among noteworthy examples is Sons & Co’s VI Castle Lane, a development located in Victoria’s historic Birdcage Walk Conservation Area. […]

Property Week – Nanda to head up Metropolitan Housing Association

Geeta Nanda

Geeta Nanda has been appointed as chief executive of Metropolitan Housing Association and will be leaving Thames Valley Housing in September 2017. In Property Week’s full article, Geeta speaks positively about her time spent with Thames Valley Housing and looks forward to entering her new role. The article also features […]

Prime Resi – Green Light for new Avenue Road mansion with epic basement

Wolff Architects

Planning has been granted for a significant new mansion on St John’s Wood’s Avenue Road. Wolff Architects has received consent to build an underground basement complex of around 7000 square feet, after proving that it would not be harmful to the area’s drainage or structural stability. Prime Resi’s full article looks at […]

Revealed: Wolff’s latest luxury development has a basement bigger than most London homes- BDaily

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Architecture firm Wolff has revealed plans for its latest luxury development in London after it secured planning permission for a 15,000 sq ft mansion in St. John’s Wood. Plans for this mansion include an underground basement complex of 7000 square feet. To secure planning permissions, a series of geological and […]

What stops tenants working?- Inside Housing

GeetaNanda is CEO of Thames Valley Housing Association

It might be Theresa May’s phrase of the moment, but “strong and stable” could easily have been pilfered from any housing association mission statement written in the past decade.   Speaking about the importance of investing in people, Geeta Nanda, chief executive of Thames Valley Housing, discusses some of the […]

Council housebuilding – is it due for a revival?- Property Week

Fizzy Living Poplar

 “Whether you rent or buy, everyone needs the security of a place to call home,” Theresa May told The Sunday Times last weekend. “That’s why we will fix the broken housing market and support local authorities and housing associations to build a new generation of council homes right across the country.” For […]

Broadcasting build-to-rent – BBC Radio

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Today Harry Downes, managing director of Fizzy Living, appeared live on BBC Radio London’s breakfast show to discuss London’s housing challenges with presenter Petrie Hosken. Appearing as a BBC expert is a highly-coveted opportunity, with stiff competition, so securing a slot requires persistence and creativity. Harry was the ideal candidate […]

Charlotte Sherman joins our team

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A big welcome to our latest team member Charlotte Sherman, who joins TwoBlue as our new account assistant. Charlotte will be supporting both our PR and digital communications teams and she’ll be working on accounts across the business. A graduate of St Hilda’s College, Oxford, Charlotte comes to us from […]

The Times Bricks and Mortar: What lies ahead for millennials


City money is funding developments for Generation Rent As homeownership declines, the number of people who rent is growing. About five million people rely on landlords operating in the private rental sector (PRS), and much of it falls woefully short of the security and standards people need. Renting, however, may […]