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The History of St John’s Wood

Located in Westminster, St John's Wood is a prosperous haven away from the hustle and bustle of London. An abundance of greenery permeates every neighbourhood, lending a fresh herbal aroma to the air. There are two notable landmarks in this part of Westminster: the Lord's Cricket Ground and the Abbey Road Studios.   It's intriguing to envision what St. John's Wood was like before the opulent homes...

London’s newest tube line: The Elizabeth Line

The Elizabeth Line will be the newest addition to London's Tube network, and it is set to bring a whole new level of convenience. London’s newest transport line will stretch more than 60 miles from Heathrow in the west through central London across to Abbey Wood in the east. The development will increase central London’s rail capacity by 10 per cent, the largest single increase in the capital’s...

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What area of London is best to live in with a family?

London is a wonderful place to live, but it can be overwhelming when deciding where to settle. So many areas have different amenities and qualities that make them perfect for certain types of families. In this blog post, we'll explore the various options so you can find your ideal London neighbourhood! In London there are plenty of great neighbourhoods for families with children from newborns to...

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Are we moving into a generation of property buyers in the UK?

Homeownership levels in the UK are at their lowest point since the 1990s. Despite this, there is some evidence that people are starting to buy property again. With more new properties on the market and mortgage rates near record lows, it's not surprising that first-time buyers might be picking up their pens.  What does this mean for Generation Rent? Are we moving into a generation of property buyers in...

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How Covid-19 will affect the London Property Market

If we thought Brexit’s economic downturns would severely affect the London property market, we likely did not see Covid-19 coming. The UK is thought to be facing a severe recession. Yet, the growth rate of London property prices is predicted to gently rise in the next year, so what does this mean for UK property and the London property market? After being frozen since March 2020, the reopening of the...

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