London Rental Property News for June 2013

Lewisham: Family friendly city living

Lewisham: Family friendly city living

Lewisham has a wide variety of activities and amenities available to residents and visitors. It is one of the most affordable boroughs throughout London, and as a result there are large numbers of young families and young professionals in the area. The borough is a vibrant and varied place to live, which incorporates a large mix of different cultures.

Read Article ... Published on 28th June, 2013

£5 million of funding released to improve London's air quality

£5 million of funding released to improve London's air quality

The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has released the first part of the Air Quality Fund in an attempt to improve the air quality of the city as a whole. The fund will ultimately provide £20 million to the fight against London air pollution. To start the work, Mr Johnson has released £5.4 million towards the cause, which will see businesses in London and the boroughs start work.

Read Article ... Published on 28th June, 2013

Richmond celebrates opportunities for youngsters

Richmond celebrates opportunities for youngsters

Richmond is celebrating the latest figures that show the borough has the highest national rate of teenagers in education, training or employment. The national average of 16 to 18-year-olds being involved in one of these three activities currently stands at 81.4 per cent, whereas Richmond's figures show that almost 96 per cent of teenagers are working or learning.

Read Article ... Published on 27th June, 2013

Wandsworth have started on massive road repairs for safer motoring

Wandsworth have started on massive road repairs for safer motoring

In just a month, Wandsworth's repair teams have vastly improved the quality of the roads throughout the borough. Over one thousand potholes have been repaired since the repair teams started the massive road improvement project last month.

Read Article ... Published on 26th June, 2013

Earls Court: Grown out of its backpacking phase

Earls Court: Grown out of its backpacking phase

Earls Court has received a bit of an upmarket facelift in recent years, changing from the domain of the backpacker into an altogether tidier area. It is now one of London's up and coming places to live and visit, drawing a large number of people in with its range of attractions, some good restaurants and shops.

Read Article ... Published on 26th June, 2013

People's Choice Award up for grabs for Hillingdon residents

People's Choice Award up for grabs for Hillingdon residents

Residents of the Borough of Hillingdon are being given the opportunity to put their ideas forward for improvements to the north of the borough. The move is part of Hillingdon Council's feel PROUD campaign.

Read Article ... Published on 25th June, 2013

New primary school places for Enfield

New primary school places for Enfield

Around 90 new places will be offered for reception aged children in two schools in Enfield. Both Edmonton County in Bury Street and ARK John Keats Academy will have places available for children in their reception classes.

Read Article ... Published on 24th June, 2013

New library is latest part of Camberwell's regeneration

New library is latest part of Camberwell's regeneration

The plans for the new library in Camberwell have now been approved. A new two-storey library building is set to be built in front of the Magistrates Court on D'Eynsford Road, according to the latest council committee meeting.

Read Article ... Published on 20th June, 2013

New council premises create space for hundreds of new homes in Bexleyheath

New council premises create space for hundreds of new homes in Bexleyheath

Work on the former Woolwich Building Society head office in Bexleyheath is underway. The building is being refurbished and is set to become the new base for Bexley Council in spring next year. Part of the refurbishment process will also be the construction of 126 new homes.

Read Article ... Published on 18th June, 2013

Wandsworth found to be best place for young professionals to live

Wandsworth found to be best place for young professionals to live

According to new data released by Lloyds TSB, Wandsworth is the most popular location throughout England and Wales for young professionals to live. The borough was found to be incredibly popular with those aged between 25 and 35.

Read Article ... Published on 17th June, 2013

Green Park: A Royal park

Green Park: A Royal park

Green Park is one of the four parks in the centre of London that are most commonly referred to as 'Royal', despite the fact that more than just four parks are officially owned by the sovereign. Green park, along with Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and St James's Park, form a stretch of green land throughout the centre of London over three miles wide. In fact, all four royal parks occupy land from Kensington to the Houses of Parliament; each of them offering a slightly different green escape in the heart of the city.

Read Article ... Published on 17th June, 2013

New street market pilot scheme to open this month in Bowes Park

New street market pilot scheme to open this month in Bowes Park

A new street market is due to undergo a trial next week in Bowes Park and has been supported by Haringey Council and the Bowes Park Community Association. Myddleton Road Market will be open from Sunday June 16th and hopes to create an interesting mix of stalls, entertainment and activities for a range of ages.

Read Article ... Published on 13th June, 2013

Lambeth residents to get their say over local parks

Lambeth residents to get their say over local parks

Lambeth Council will now be offering residents the chance to be involved in decisions concerning the local parks in the area. The council is to be the first in the country to give people the opportunity to have their say about parks in the hope of improving them.

Read Article ... Published on 12th June, 2013

Renting: The new London fashion

Renting: The new London fashion

The rental market in London is heating up more than ever as around 50 per cent of people living in the capital are renting properties rather than buying, according to property consultant Cluttons. The last ten years have seen a massive increase in the number of renters in London and now rental properties are snapped-up quicker than ever.

Read Article ... Published on 10th June, 2013

Enfield Council's lottery funding aims to keep children healthy

Enfield Council's lottery funding aims to keep children healthy

Enfield council is set to receive lottery funding to the tune of £250,000 to help get children into sport and work to stop the problem of childhood obesity. The project hopes to introduce children from different backgrounds interested in sport and getting fit.

Read Article ... Published on 6th June, 2013

Kensington: A shopping destination with history

Kensington: A shopping destination with history

London, as a whole, is generally seen as a desirable place to live or visit, but certain areas have an almost cult appeal. Kensington is definitely one of those places, providing a variety of things to do outside of the city centre.

Read Article ... Published on 5th June, 2013

New outdoor gym available to use for free in Borehamwood

New outdoor gym available to use for free in Borehamwood

New fitness equipment has now been installed at Ripon Park in Borehamwood. The outdoor equipment is entirely free to use and will allow residents to get fit and test out gym equipment without having to sign up for a membership.

Read Article ... Published on 4th June, 2013

Islington Council invests £1.4 million in leisure centre refurbishment

Islington Council invests £1.4 million in leisure centre refurbishment

Sobell Leisure Centre is set to receive a massive upgrade in a bid by Islington Council to continue with its commitment of providing residents with healthy activities at a low cost. The leisure centre will be getting a £1.4 million refurbishment in time for its 40th birthday.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd June, 2013

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