London Rental Property News for March 2009

New children's service available for those choosing flats to rent in Wimbledon

Those choosing flats to rent in Wimbledon will be able to benefit from the opening of a new children's centre, it has been announced.

Read Article ... Published on 31st March, 2009

Property in Camden down by most of all boroughs, figures show

The price of property in Camden fell by more than any other London borough in February, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 30th March, 2009

Government backs plans for Southwark regeneration

Plans to improve facilities in the London borough of Southwark have been backed by the government, it has been announced.

Read Article ... Published on 30th March, 2009

'Great time' to be renting property

The current economic climate makes this an ideal time to be renting property, it has been suggested.

Read Article ... Published on 27th March, 2009

Residents of property in Clapham 'benefiting from partnership scheme'

A scheme aimed at improving the quality of life for residents of the London borough of Lambeth has been praised.

Read Article ... Published on 27th March, 2009

Free swimming for people living in property in Bethnal Green

Those living in property in Bethnal Green are being encouraged to take up a more active lifestyle through a new council initiative.

Read Article ... Published on 27th March, 2009

Property in Kensington the safest in England and Wales, study shows

Property in Kensington & Chelsea is safer than any other area in England and Wales, research has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 26th March, 2009

Healthy eating demonstration for pupils living in property in Bethnal Green

Children living in property in Bethnal Green could be set to benefit from a healthier lifestyle as a result of local authority initiatives.

Read Article ... Published on 26th March, 2009

Property market 'unlikely to recover soon'

The UK property market's struggles have been predicted to continue for a long time to come.

Read Article ... Published on 26th March, 2009

Energy improvements planned for property in Wimbledon

Property in Wimbledon could be set for energy-efficient improvements, following the announcement of a study by Merton Council.

Read Article ... Published on 25th March, 2009

Easter activities offered to young people living in property in Finchley

Barnet Council has revealed that a number of activities will be on offer to young people over the Easter period.

Read Article ... Published on 25th March, 2009

Rail services to be improved for residents of property in Camden

Transport for London (TfL) has announced a project to upgrade railways, beginning next month.

Read Article ... Published on 25th March, 2009

Reducing rents 'can make landlords more competitive'

Buy-to-let landlords have been urged to consider reducing rents in order to attract tenants in the current economic climate.

Read Article ... Published on 24th March, 2009

Mayor unveils new tourism campaign

A new marketing campaign is to be launched in a bid to attract more visitors to London.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd March, 2009

Londoners urged to propose cycling activities

Londoners have been invited to come up with ideas for using money that is being made available to promote cycling activities.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd March, 2009

Mortgage proposals 'won't help first-time buyers'

Those thinking of entering the property market will not be helped by proposed changes to mortgage lending, it has been argued.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd March, 2009

London schools set up 'walking buses'

More than 90 London schools have signed up to an initiative to encourage children to walk more, the government has announced.

Read Article ... Published on 20th March, 2009

Mortgage lending continues to suffer, figures show

Difficulties in obtaining a mortgage continue, new data has indicated.

Read Article ... Published on 20th March, 2009

High street names increase access to London toilets

Several leading high street names have signed up to the Open London scheme, mayor Boris Johnson has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 19th March, 2009

Lambeth youth urged to propose new activities

Young people living in the London borough of Lambeth have been invited to come up with ideas for new activities.

Read Article ... Published on 19th March, 2009

Free London office space an "imaginative" move

The bid to attract foreign businesses to London by offering free office space has been described as an "imaginative" step.

Read Article ... Published on 19th March, 2009

Newham primary school praised

A primary school in the London borough of Newham has been recognised as one of the leading providers of education in England.

Read Article ... Published on 17th March, 2009

Haringey Council plans congestion solutions

Residents of the London borough of Haringey are being consulted over measures to ease congestion, the council has announced.

Read Article ... Published on 17th March, 2009

London Olympics 'will boost tourism'

Those working in London's tourism sector are set to receive a significant boost as a result of the 2012 Olympics, it has been noted.

Read Article ... Published on 18th March, 2009

Government considers extension of Crossrail

Crossrail services could be extended to the Thames Gateway area, the government has announced.

Read Article ... Published on 18th March, 2009

Fear of price falls 'putting buyers off'

The need to pay a large deposit is putting many people off entering the property market, it has been observed.

Read Article ... Published on 18th March, 2009

Hounslow and Redbridge price slide continues

House prices in many London boroughs remain considerably lower than the level of a year ago, it has been confirmed.

Read Article ... Published on 16th March, 2009

Cost of living drop "great" for London tourism

Londoners working in the tourism industry are likely to be boosted by a drop in the cost of living, it has been suggested.

Read Article ... Published on 16th March, 2009

Young Londoners' drug use declining, report finds

Efforts to tackle drug use among young people in London are proving successful, new figures have confirmed.

Read Article ... Published on 13th March, 2009

No chance of scrapping stamp duty, says expert

There is little chance of the government abolishing the stamp duty for those choosing to purchase homes, it has been argued.

Read Article ... Published on 13th March, 2009

Campaign 'provides support' to London workers

Over 4,500 Londoners have benefited as a result of efforts to inform people about their rights as employees, the government has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 13th March, 2009

Londoners 'overpaying on taxes'

Londoners have been urged to take steps in order to help reduce the amount they are paying in tax.

Read Article ... Published on 12th March, 2009

TfL offers boost to London coach travellers

Londoners from outer boroughs travelling into the centre of the capital are set to benefit as a result of new services for coach drivers, it has been stated.

Read Article ... Published on 12th March, 2009

First-time buyer mortgages diminishing, figures show

First-time buyers continue to struggle to enter the property market, new statistics have revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 12th March, 2009

Regulation planned to improve London roads

Londoners could be set to see an improvement in traffic flow and the state of roads as a result of new proposals.

Read Article ... Published on 12th March, 2009

Mayor appeals to foreign businesses

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has outlined the benefits of relocating to the capital for foreign businesses.

Read Article ... Published on 11th March, 2009

Richmond drivers offered phone parking scheme

The London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames has become the latest to offer the RingGo phone parking service.

Read Article ... Published on 11th March, 2009

Army invites Hounslow shoppers to drive tanks

Shoppers in the London borough of Hounslow will soon be able to test drive a virtual tank.

Read Article ... Published on 10th March, 2009

Railway project 'will rejuvenate Hackney'

A project to connect the new East London railway line to the existing network will result in eight trains per hour to the borough of Hackney, Transport for London (TfL) has stated.

Read Article ... Published on 10th March, 2009

London 'leading the way' in low carbon sector

Businesses in London are playing a key part in reducing carbon emissions, it has been stated.

Read Article ... Published on 9th March, 2009

Wandsworth Council offers help to local businesses

Wandsworth Council has announced that businesses operating in the London borough are to be given advice on how best to cope during the economic downturn.

Read Article ... Published on 9th March, 2009

Government launches consultation over violence against women

Steps to reduce incidences of violence against women and girls are being taken, it has been announced.

Read Article ... Published on 9th March, 2009

Rate cut 'won't help first-time buyers'

Those thinking of purchasing property are unlikely to be helped by the latest base rate reduction, it has been argued.

Read Article ... Published on 6th March, 2009

London road improvement planned

An agreement has been reached to help ensure the smooth operation of roads in London during the 2012 Olympics.

Read Article ... Published on 6th March, 2009

Circle Line to be extended to Hammersmith

The frequency of London Underground trains between Hammersmith and Edgware Road is set to double as a result of changes to the Circle Line.

Read Article ... Published on 6th March, 2009

TfL launches motorcycle safety campaign

A new campaign aimed at improving safety for motorcyclists has been launched by Transport for London (TfL).

Read Article ... Published on 6th March, 2009

Southwark park to receive cash injection

Burgess Park, in the London borough of Southwark, has been announced as the winner of a £2 million grant for an upgrade.

Read Article ... Published on 5th March, 2009

London councils praised for services

A dozen London councils have been recognised for the quality of service provided to residents.

Read Article ... Published on 5th March, 2009

Housing market facing difficult year, says expert

This year is likely to be another difficult one for the property market, it has been predicted.

Read Article ... Published on 5th March, 2009

Infrastructure boost for London boroughs

London councils are to be awarded £1.5 million by the government in order to help manage infrastructure, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 5th March, 2009

New bus lane for Merton residents

Residents of the London borough of Merton are set to benefit as a result of the introduction of a new bus lane.

Read Article ... Published on 4th March, 2009

TfL to invest in car clubs

A total of £1 million is to be invested in car clubs in the capital over the next two years, Transport for London (TfL) has announced.

Read Article ... Published on 4th March, 2009

Hounslow to benefit from road safety funding

Funding is to be provided to help improve road safety in the London borough of Hounslow, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 4th March, 2009

Funding to restore London places of worship

Nearly £1.3 million is being provided to restore seven listed places of worship in London, it has been announced.

Read Article ... Published on 4th March, 2009

GMB praises school meals decision

The decision to provide schoolchildren in the London borough of Islington with free lunches has been praised by the GMB union.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd March, 2009

DLR station reopens ahead of schedule

A new and improved Tower Gateway Docklands Light Railway (DLR) station opened today, two months earlier than originally planned.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd March, 2009

Londoners urged to use Oyster online

Public transport users in London are being urged to top up their Oyster cards online.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd March, 2009

London house price slide continues

The value of property in London is continuing to drop, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd March, 2009

Mayor plans celebration of London

A month-long celebration of the past, present and future of London is to be held in June, the mayor has announced.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd March, 2009

Consumers would rather rent, survey shows

The majority of people looking for a home in the current economic climate would rather rent than buy, a survey has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd March, 2009

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