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31 Mar: 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 One of the major stories of this year’s spring launch season is the reinvention of the industrial area between Chelsea Harbour and Battersea Bridge. Chelsea Waterfront, on Lots Road, is perhaps – the redevelopment of the Lots Road Power Station and its eight-acre hinterland – is…

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

Made to Measure: Lauren Stevens interviews to discuss the most extravagant additions to London’s palatial homes. The prospect of creating an alternative climate in a residential home was new ground to be covered; Wolff Architects created an ice room as part of a spa in a Hampstead home. In 2015 there were new restrictions put in place which limit depth in crafting basement…

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17 Mar: Absolutely London – Why Over Fifties Are Downsizing And Moving To The City.

Why Are do Over-Fifties Downsize? According to Savills, two-thirds of all housing wealth is tied in homes owned by retirees. Approximately 55,000 people downsize per year. “Hassle-free living has huge appeal in this case, especially for those looking to enjoy their new-found leisure time.” Another development popular with over-55-year-olds is Charles Baker Place in Wandsworth. Nick Heritage of Chester Row says he has seen…

13 Feb: The friends effect: high-spec rentals with community spirit

Rental accommodation is becoming trendier and more high-spec, says The Times’ Francesca Steele, with PRS developments such as those of FizzyLiving leading the way. Fueled by a growing demand for family-friendly developments, the build to rent sector has seen exceptional growth, with the high-level amenities that these developments have on offer likely to become a significant part of the rental market in years to…

Wilben

12 Aug: Writing wonderful words for Wilben’s new website

High-end property developer Wilben has launched a stylish new website to showcase its talent for creating the most desirable homes in prime London postcodes. The easy-to-navigate site is fully optimised and looks fantastic on both PC and mobile, with rich, high-resolution images bringing Wilben’s stunning developments to life. TwoBlue supplied copy for the new website in close collaboration with William and Benjamin Samuels,…

Delph

08 Jul: Delph Property Group makes £35 million acquisitions in North West

This week, national and regional publications up and down the UK have been talking about Delph Property Group’s £35 million investment in PRS schemes across Manchester and Liverpool.   A site in Manchester’s Green Quarter with planning permission for 146 flats in a 15-storey building was bought from Fortis for around £25m. Delph also acquired a site in Liverpool with planning permission for 71…

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13 Jun: New Appointment

TwoBlue Communications welcomes the appointment of Darius Meehan as Account Executive. Before joining TwoBlue, Darius worked at Instinctif Partners, a Corporate and Financial public relations agency, where he provided communications support to a range of clients across the residential property sector. Prior to this, Darius worked in Parliament as a researcher to George Freeman MP. Darius commented: “I am delighted to be joining…

Fizzy Living

10 Jun: Fizzy Living's Tenants vs Landlords Football

Chris from TwoBlue  heads down to Powerleague Shoreditch to see how Fizzy Living is changing the tenant/landlord dynamic   How often are London’s renters given the opportunity to face-off against their landlord in a 5-a-side footie match? As well as providing high-quality living on-site, our client Fizzy Living has proven its skills on the pitch. On the 26th May, I took to the pitch…

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10 Jun: City A.M. Hot Property – Charles Baker Place

City A.M.’s coverage of Charles Baker Place as part of London’s best new builds Friday 10th June 2016 Next to Wandsworth Common, Chester Row’s Charles Baker Place appeals to traditional domestic buyers. The development is a collection of three five-bedroom houses with basement extensions and garden studios; three four-bedroom mews houses and three cottages. Read the full article here: http://www.cityam.com/243067/new-homes-on-sale-in-london-this-weekend-from-an-old-police-station-in-maida-vale-to-the-old-pathe-building-in-soho Call Knight Frank Wandsworth…