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New fitness centre set to open in Manor Park

New fitness centre set to open in Manor Park

A new fitness centre is expected to be opened in Manor Park by Newham Council. 

Read Article ... Published on 15th May, 2015

Twickenham: A well-connected and beautiful suburb

Twickenham: A well-connected and beautiful suburb

If you’ve only ever considered Twickenham as a great place to watch international rugby, then you’re really missing out. The area is set to be in the spotlight during the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and not just for the sporting fixtures. Richmond upon Thames Council plan to take the opportunity to show off the area’s diverse culture, and highlighting all the best bits of living in Twickenham. As you’ll see, there’s a lot to brag about.

Read Article ... Published on 17th April, 2015

Hayes: Old-world charm in zone five

Hayes: Old-world charm in zone five

While often confused with the identically named area in Hillingdon, the Hayes we are looking at today is situated in Bromley. While it has definitely been absorbed into Greater London, it retains a great deal of its old village charm, making it a great choice for commuters.

Read Article ... Published on 27th March, 2015

Winchmore Hill: Mansions off the green

Winchmore Hill: Mansions off the green

Once a small Anglo-Saxon hamlet, Winchmore Hill is now a firmly established enclave of the Borough of Enfield. Despite this, it still maintains a strong sense of the village it was in centuries gone by, with a strong sense of community to match its green spaces and impressive array of historic buildings.

Read Article ... Published on 10th March, 2015

Gunnersbury: Cultured and comfortable living in west London

Gunnersbury: Cultured and comfortable living in west London

Gunnersbury boasts a desirable location on the western outskirts of London, close to the Thames and prestigious attractions like the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd January, 2015

London property prices set to fall in 2015

London property prices set to fall in 2015

If you're looking to put down roots in London, you could benefit from putting off on purchasing a property and rent a home instead. This is because house prices across the capital are set to fall throughout 2015, according to new information from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR). 

Read Article ... Published on 7th January, 2015

Wandsworth urges residents to recycle after the festive period

Wandsworth urges residents to recycle after the festive period

Wandsworth Council is urging residents to recycle rubbish following the festive period. The council has asked that people take steps to properly recycle wrapping paper, cards, drinks cans, glass bottles and plastics to reduce the amount of refuse that is sent to landfill in the new year.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd January, 2015

Red Cross Garden Bandstand now fully restored

Red Cross Garden Bandstand now fully restored

The Red Cross Garden bandstand in Southwark has now been fully restored and is open to the public. It was officially reopened on Thursday December 11th with a special festive event.

Read Article ... Published on 19th December, 2014

International Nine Elms bridge competition launched

International Nine Elms bridge competition launched

A new competition to design a new bridge across the River Thames was launched yesterday (Monday December 8th). The international contest will see a bridge constructed in central London and was officially opened by Wandsworth Council.

Read Article ... Published on 9th December, 2014

New study unveils most affordable places to live in the UK

New study unveils most affordable places to live in the UK

The UK's most affordable cities have been unveiled, according to new research.

Read Article ... Published on 26th November, 2014

Wandstead: A picturesque suburban area in the heart of London

Wandstead: A picturesque suburban area in the heart of London

Wanstead in the London borough of Redbridge, is a picturesque and desirable suburb in which to live. It has a largely suburban feel to it, and has lots of green spaces and open landscapes. The area is a very historical one and contains ancient royal connections, as well as great schools.

Read Article ... Published on 24th October, 2014

Denmark Hill: Quiet, trendy and diverse

Denmark Hill: Quiet, trendy and diverse

Denmark Hill is one of the nicer areas in Camberwell to live. Camberwell is an area located in Southwark, Greater London.

Read Article ... Published on 28th August, 2014

Brits turning away from new property purchases

Brits turning away from new property purchases

Consumers are increasingly turning away from purchasing new property thanks to high prices and mortgage costs.

Read Article ... Published on 19th August, 2014

House prices rise in London

House prices rise in London

Asking prices for properties in London have increased, according to new findings. A study by Rightmove revealed that late Easter and May bank holidays, meant that some homeowners didn’t put their homes on the market, resulting in a shortage of housing supply, at a time when more people are hoping to buy homes.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd May, 2014

£75m pumped into house-building schemes in London

£75m pumped into house-building schemes in London

Some £75 million has been channeled towards building homes across London, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 14th May, 2014

Pimlico: A posh yet affordable area of West London

Pimlico: A posh yet affordable area of West London

Pimlico is an upmarket and sophisticated area of West London, with a relaxed and contemporary feel to it.

Read Article ... Published on 1st April, 2014

Southwark: New measures set to make housing more affordable in the borough

Southwark: New measures set to make housing more affordable in the borough

Southwark Council has announced a new scheme designed to make housing more affordable for cash-strapped families in the borough.

Read Article ... Published on 17th February, 2014

Hammersmith and Fulham: a borough set to lead the way in sustainable development

Hammersmith and Fulham: a borough set to lead the way in sustainable development

Hammersmith and Fulham Council has outlined plans to make the borough greener, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 27th January, 2014

House prices rising across the UK, London hardest hit

House prices rising across the UK, London hardest hit

House prices across England and Wales increased by an average of 3.2 per cent in the year to the end of November.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd January, 2014

Camberwell: An up and coming place for today's artistic youth

Camberwell: An up and coming place for today's artistic youth

Camberwell is a metropolitan district located in Southwark, which forms the heart and soul of south London. 

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

UK house prices on the rise

UK house prices on the rise

House prices are likely to keep on rising, particularly in London where even a modest house can set you back as much as £500,000, according to a recent poll of estate agents.

Read Article ... Published on 19th December, 2013

Rise in interest rates 'could make mortgages unaffordable'

Rise in interest rates 'could make mortgages unaffordable'

A rise in interest rates would spell disaster for London mortgage owners, according to new findings.

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

Tower Bridge: Connecting thriving boroughs across London

Tower Bridge: Connecting thriving boroughs across London

Tower Bridge is a rather unusual area of London. Not only is it one of the most famous bridges in the world, it also connects two boroughs, that is, Southwark and Tower Hamlets.

Read Article ... Published on 8th November, 2013

Highbury: Offering plenty of variety

Highbury: Offering plenty of variety

Highbury is a truly up-and-coming area of London located in the Borough of Islington. With a largely multi-cultural feel and a slight edge of gentrification, it has become a popular destination for young professionals and families. 

Read Article ... Published on 30th October, 2013

Merton to support local businesses with new schemes

Merton to support local businesses with new schemes

Merton Council has launched two new loan schemes designed to aid businesses in the area. Small businesses throughout the borough will be able to benefit from the Merton Business Loan Fund (MBLF) or the Micro Finance Loan Fund (MFLF) so long as they meet with certain requirements.

Read Article ... Published on 30th October, 2013

Finsbury Park: Green space combined with city living

Finsbury Park: Green space combined with city living

Finsbury Park is fast becoming a popular place to live in London and is attracting a new generation of young professionals and families. With its close location to the City and Islington, it is a great place to live for those that wish to be within easy travel distance of a range of activities and work opportunities.

Read Article ... Published on 21st October, 2013

Vauxhall: Exciting inner city living

Vauxhall: Exciting inner city living

Read Article ... Published on 30th September, 2013

Locals to have say on vision for Shepherds Bush

Locals to have say on vision for Shepherds Bush

Residents of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham are to be given the opportunity to have their say about what Shepherds Bush town centre looks like when it undergoes a multi-million pound rejuvenation.

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

Road repairs reduce noise pollution for borough residents

Road repairs reduce noise pollution for borough residents

Residents of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham are to benefit from a quieter A4. Transport for London (TfL) has begun works to resurface the A4 between the Hammersmith Flyover and Hogarth Roundabout with a quieter form of asphalt. The road is to be surfaced with 'superpave' in a bid to reduce the levels of noise pollution in the area.

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

Kennington: Rich history and small town charm

Kennington: Rich history and small town charm

Kennington is an idyllic residential area set close to the heart of the city of London. It is known for having large areas owned by the Prince of Wales and the Duchy of Cornwall, as well as for its exquisite Georgian architecture. There are a range of property types available throughout the area, including new-builds, cottages and ex-council homes; offering opportunities for a range of bank account sizes.

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

Waterloo: More than a train station

Waterloo: More than a train station

When most people think of Waterloo, the first place that comes to mind is the train station, which is one of the most popular stops for commuters throughout London. Although the station is known for being jam-packed with people - especially at the beginning and end of the working day - the area itself has a much calmer feel.

Read Article ... Published on 15th July, 2013

Docklands: Dock in at your new place or it will not get put into Docklands on Net-lettings

Docklands: Dock in at your new place or it will not get put into Docklands on Net-lettings

The once much-maligned London Docklands is fast making a reputation for itself as a residential hub, as well as the centre of the UK's financial economy. Once the largest port in the world, the shipping offices and warehouses that once dominated the area have largely given way to skyscrapers and new-build houses. Huge cranes once used for unloading cargo are now motionless in their cradles, but this doesn't mean the area has lost any of the fizz and bustle it possessed while it was a shipping hub.

Read Article ... Published on 30th May, 2013

Shad Thames: Take a walk on the riverside

Shad Thames: Take a walk on the riverside

As Lou Reed famously said, 'Take a walk on the riverside'. All right, we might have misheard the lyrics to that song here at Estates IT. But if you happen to be in the market for a location close to the riverside, then boy have we got a location for you.

Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2013

Canary Wharf: 21st century living

Canary Wharf: 21st century living

Looking at the docks of Canary Wharf, you might find it difficult to believe that this was once the busiest port in the world. The waters are largely empty, with only the occasional off-shore visitor choosing to moor his boat up in South Quay, where the cranes once used to hoist cargo off of tankers now hang useless.

Read Article ... Published on 29th April, 2013

West Kensington: Party in West London

West Kensington: Party in West London

If there's one area in London that's becoming synonymous with the word 'party', it's West Kensington. The district has benefited extraordinarily well from the Olympics and is populated by a vibrant crowd of young professionals. This is now so much the case that the plethora of snazzy bars and clubs in the area - as well as the housing market itself - is increasingly starting to cater for this trendy new crowd. Read on to find out if living in West Kensington is really for you.

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

Westminster: London's calling

Westminster: London's calling

"I like it in the city when two worlds collide. You get the people and the government. Everybody taking different sides." So sang Adele in her hit song Hometown Glory. The superstar could well have been singing about Westminster, often considered the melting pot of central London where people of all colours, creeds and occupations head to on a daily basis. For this is where the vast majority of London landmarks are situated - from the Palace of Westminster and Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral. Of course, with such prestigious properties on the list, you might already be wondering if you can possibly afford a home in Westminster. Fortunately, the area has a thriving residential population. Provided you don't choose a property with a name prefaced by the word 'Westminster', you should be fine. Take a look at our handy guide below to see if this is the area for you.

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

Fitzrovia: Variety aplenty

Fitzrovia: Variety aplenty

In central London, few places feel more foreign than Fitzrovia. The district, as well as its close neighbour Bloomsbury, is the closest a London resident can get to living in a European city. Of course, you'll have to excuse the chronic lack of sunshine, but the combination of close cobbled streets and extravagant squares gives Fitzrovia a definite Barcelona-esque feel. Its location in central London - lodged between Bloomsbury and Marylebone - makes it ideal for those who prefer their conveniences … well, convenient. You can work, shop and eat within just a few streets of where you live. Perfect.

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

City of London: Cosmopolitan paradise

City of London: Cosmopolitan paradise

How to describe living in the City of London? Not the city as a whole - we're talking about the district here. To many, the very concept might seem alien. This is, after all, where more people travel to work than will ever live - around 300,000 suits commute in every day, mainly for the financial sector. Considering just 7,000 people live here, you might expect it to be a bit of a ghost town after everyone goes home, but this is far from the case. After dark and at weekends, the Square Mile remains a hive of excitement and a hub of activity. Read on to discover whether this fantastic location will suit you.

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

Code of Good Practice for City of London

Code of Good Practice for City of London

The City of London Corporation (CLC) has announced that it will be introducing a new 'code of good practice' for premises permitted to serve alcohol that will see businesses rated by a traffic light system.

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

Camden invests in Funding Circle for SMEs

Camden invests in Funding Circle for SMEs

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) based in the borough of Camden will be the first to benefit from new growth, stimulated through a new scheme described as London's first peer-to-peer business lending initiative.

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

Big society bank to help Barnet businesses

Big society bank to help Barnet businesses

A new innovation that takes heart from David Cameron's Big Society concept will set up a 'Business Bank Innovation Fund' to help young entrepreneurs in the London borough of Barnet to develop their business ideas.

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

Haringey Banksy plea successful

Haringey Banksy plea successful

Residents of the London borough of Haringey will no doubt be celebrating tonight as their campaign to bring a stolen Banksy artwork back to their community appears to have been successful.

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

Belgravia: The charm of Belgravia

Belgravia: The charm of Belgravia

Across the years, writers, poets and artists have loved to portray London's distinctive areas in their works, and Belgravia is no exception. Anthony Trollope included extensive descriptions of the area in four of his novels, while Evelyn Waugh made Pont Street synonymous with the idiosyncrasies of the upper class throughout Brideshead Revisited. Indeed, an episode of Sherlock - the popular BBC programme based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classics - featured the area prominently and was even entitled 'A Scandal in Belgravia'.

Read Article ... Published on 15th February, 2013

New Covent Garden Market to be revamped

New Covent Garden Market to be revamped

The regeneration of the Nine Elms area on London's South Bank is expected to bring numerous benefits for local residents, including jobs, homes and new facilities and amenities.

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

Fulham Palace Road to benefit from improvements

Fulham Palace Road to benefit from improvements

Hammersmith and Fulham Council has agreed a deal to invest £1.76 million on improvements to Fulham Palace Road to make the area safer and more attractive for residents and visitors.

Read Article ... Published on 21st December, 2012

Battersea Power Station redevelopment plans approved

Battersea Power Station redevelopment plans approved

Work will soon be underway to transform Battersea Power Station into an exciting new residential area after detailed plans for the redevelopment were approved.

Read Article ... Published on 17th December, 2012

Government guarantees the Northern Line extension

Government guarantees the Northern Line extension

The chancellor has confirmed that the planned extension to the London Underground's Northern Line will go ahead in a move that will improve transport links in the south of the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 7th December, 2012

Rotherhithe: A commuter's dream on the river bank

Rotherhithe: A commuter's dream on the river bank

The ease with which residents can travel into central London and its main business and tourist areas, coupled with its proximity to the River Thames, makes Rotherhithe a very attractive place to live.

Read Article ... Published on 16th November, 2012

Northern Line extension plans put to public consultation

Northern Line extension plans put to public consultation

Property to rent in Battersea could become even more attractive if Transport for London's plans to extend the Northern Line are given the green light.

Read Article ... Published on 12th November, 2012

Elizabeth House near Waterloo to be redeveloped

Elizabeth House near Waterloo to be redeveloped

Plans to redevelop Elizabeth House, a building near Waterloo station, have been put forward to Lambeth Council's planning committee.

Read Article ... Published on 6th November, 2012

South Bank due for major regeneration

South Bank due for major regeneration

London's South Bank has long been a popular place for tourists taking in the sights and sounds of the capital, and soon it could be an attractive destination to live as well.

Read Article ... Published on 30th October, 2012

Lambeth's new Jubilee Gardens opened by the Queen

Lambeth's new Jubilee Gardens opened by the Queen

Lambeth's residents already enjoy a number of beautiful parks and green spaces across the borough, and now there is one more to add to the list.

Read Article ... Published on 26th October, 2012

Wapping: Maritime history on the banks of the River Thames

Wapping: Maritime history on the banks of the River Thames

There are many reasons to choose property to rent in Wapping, not least its excellent location.

Read Article ... Published on 19th October, 2012

Golders Green: Cafe culture in north London

Golders Green: Cafe culture in north London

Golders Green is a very diverse, affluent and cosmopolitan district situated in the London borough of Barnet in the north of the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 18th September, 2012

Bow: The thriving heart of the East End

Bow: The thriving heart of the East End

Situated in the London borough of Tower Hamlets on the eastern fringe of the capital, Bow is a thriving part of the East End and a highly popular residential area.

Read Article ... Published on 12th September, 2012

Prime residential property developments in London up 70%

Prime residential property developments in London up 70%

London has always been an attractive place for developers due to the high levels of demand from people looking for property to rent in London.

Read Article ... Published on 6th September, 2012

City: The City of London - The bustling heart of the capital

City: The City of London - The bustling heart of the capital

One of the most important parts of the capital, holding city status in its own right and acting as a separate ceremonial county, the City of London is a popular area for financiers and legal workers.

Read Article ... Published on 30th August, 2012

New development on Albert Embankment given the go-ahead

New development on Albert Embankment given the go-ahead

Albert Embankment is already home to some rather impressive buildings, from the Secret Intelligence Service headquarters to the large riverside apartment blocks beside Vauxhall Bridge.

Read Article ... Published on 20th August, 2012

Greenwich's Charlton Lido gets £2m facelift

Greenwich's Charlton Lido gets £2m facelift

The Charlton Lido in Greenwich has been re-opened after receiving a £2 million facelift.

Read Article ... Published on 25th July, 2012

Redevelopment projects to create 3,000 homes in Wandsworth

Redevelopment projects to create 3,000 homes in Wandsworth

Nearly 3,000 homes are to be constructed in London's biggest redevelopment zone.

Read Article ... Published on 21st June, 2012

Streatham town centre to be improved by BID?

Streatham town centre to be improved by BID?

Major improvements could be made to Streatham town centre thanks to a new business partnership.

Read Article ... Published on 25th May, 2012

London landlords 'should not take advantage of Olympics'

London landlords 'should not take advantage of Olympics'

Landlords in London should not try and drive up rent over the Olympic period.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd May, 2012

Wandsworth Eco Fund deadline approaches

Wandsworth Eco Fund deadline approaches

Green initiatives in Wandsworth can still apply for funding from the Wandsworth Eco Fund.

Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2012

Harrow Museum plans events bonanza for May Day

Harrow Museum plans events bonanza for May Day

Families can have a great day out at Harrow Museum this May Day bank holiday.

Read Article ... Published on 25th April, 2012

Southwark house prices 'climbed 6.7% in March'

Southwark house prices 'climbed 6.7% in March'

Southwark saw the biggest increase of any London borough in terms of its house prices last month, new figures have shown.

Read Article ... Published on 17th April, 2012

Lambeth Council announces £1m recycling savings

Lambeth Council announces £1m recycling savings

Lambeth Council has saved over £1 million on its waste disposal costs in the past year.

Read Article ... Published on 9th March, 2012

Hither Green: A peaceful, warm and welcoming community

Hither Green: A peaceful, warm and welcoming community

London property hunters who are looking for a place with a strong sense of community, plentiful amenities and a thriving cultural scene would be well advised to seek flats to rent in Hither Green.

Read Article ... Published on 29th February, 2012

Forest Hill: A bustling, scenic and pleasant place to live

Forest Hill: A bustling, scenic and pleasant place to live

People seeking flats to rent in Forest Hill will find that the area can provide them with one of London's most scenic spots, one of many reasons why it has become a popular place to live.

Read Article ... Published on 31st January, 2012

Harrow to provide recycling bins for all residents

Harrow to provide recycling bins for all residents

All residents of flats to rent in Harrow are to be provided with a recycling bin as part of a new green living initiative.

Read Article ... Published on 26th January, 2012

Kentish Town: A lively area for shopping and nightlife

Kentish Town: A lively area for shopping and nightlife

People seeking a fashionable, vibrant and culturally exciting place to live could find what they are looking for by finding flats to rent in Kentish Town.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd January, 2012

Archway: A bustling area with unique history

Archway: A bustling area with unique history

People seeking flats to rent in Archway will find that the area offers a vibrant community, combining a range of amenities, strong travel links and a fascinating cultural background.

Read Article ... Published on 30th December, 2011

London Bridge station improvements given the go-ahead

London Bridge station improvements given the go-ahead

People seeking flats to rent in London Bridge are to see improvements to the local station following approval by Southwark Council, thus paving the way for an area-wide regeneration scheme.

Read Article ... Published on 29th December, 2011

Epping Forest District Council wins award for recycling efforts

Epping Forest District Council wins award for recycling efforts

People seeking flats to rent in Epping Forest have seen the environmental credentials of the area underlined by a recent award from the British Aerosol Manufacturers' Association (BAMA).

Read Article ... Published on 19th December, 2011

Tree-planting scheme scheduled for Brent area

Tree-planting scheme scheduled for Brent area

Those looking for flats to rent in Brent might like the sound of an upcoming community scheme in the area.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd November, 2011

Mitcham: A place of greenery and rich history

Mitcham: A place of greenery and rich history

House-hunters seeking a place to live that offers plenty of green spaces and an interesting local history may find what they are looking for by seeking flats to rent in Mitcham.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd November, 2011

Morden: Combining urban convenience with scenic green spaces

Morden: Combining urban convenience with scenic green spaces

People seeking flats to rent in Morden will find that the London suburb is an ideal option for those seeking an area that combines the convenience of city living with access to greenery and open spaces.

Read Article ... Published on 17th November, 2011

Putney ready for influx of rowing fans

Putney ready for influx of rowing fans

People living in property to rent in Putney can enjoy a superb day of rowing on the Thames this weekend.

Read Article ... Published on 4th November, 2011

Tower Hamlets buildings opening doors to public

Tower Hamlets buildings opening doors to public

People living in flats to rent in Tower Hamlets can see inside some of the borough's most inspiring buildings this weekend (September 18th and 19th).

Read Article ... Published on 13th September, 2011

Wandsworth: Enjoy life south of the Thames

Wandsworth: Enjoy life south of the Thames

Boasting five of London's bridges and some of its most vibrant suburbs, the borough of Wandsworth is a fantastic choice for people looking for property to rent in the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 31st August, 2011

Westminster: The place with everything

Westminster: The place with everything

Smack-bang in the heart of London, Westminster is steeped in history and one of the most sought-after locations for people looking to rent or buy property in the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 26th August, 2011

Haringey residents urged to join floral bicycle parade

Haringey residents urged to join floral bicycle parade

People living in flats to rent in Haringey have been invited to adorn their bikes with flowers in a bid to recreate the floral bicycle parade that took place in the borough in 1951 for the Festival of Britain.

Read Article ... Published on 25th August, 2011

Haringey residents affected by riots set to benefit from Tottenham Fund

Haringey residents affected by riots set to benefit from Tottenham Fund

Residents living in flats to rent in Tottenham, and other properties in the borough of Haringey, will be able to benefit from the Tottenham Fund.

Read Article ... Published on 17th August, 2011

Canary Wharf: Real City living

Canary Wharf: Real City living

Canary Wharf really is slap bang in the centre of the City. Located in E14 in the London borough of Tower Hamlets, the area is right in the heart of the country's financial district and is close to a number of great amenities and attractions.

Read Article ... Published on 28th July, 2011

Shad Thames: Perfect for those who love riverside residences

Shad Thames: Perfect for those who love riverside residences

Shad Thames is located in the SE1 postcode, which makes it part of the London borough of Southwark.

Read Article ... Published on 26th July, 2011

Free sporting sessions to take place in Barnet

Free sporting sessions to take place in Barnet

Residents living in property to rent in the London borough of Barnet, and other people in the area, will be able to get involved in some free sporting sessions taking place.

Read Article ... Published on 20th July, 2011

London Bridge: Teeming with things to do!

London Bridge: Teeming with things to do!

Located in central London in the postcode district SE1, London Bridge is in the borough of Southwark and is located right on the River Thames.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd June, 2011

Money available for Haringey children's centres

Money available for Haringey children's centres

The local council has confirmed to those living in property to rent in the London borough of Haringey that money is being made available to cover the accommodation costs of some children's services in the area

Read Article ... Published on 17th June, 2011

Deptford: Great for those who love green spaces

Deptford: Great for those who love green spaces

Located in south-east London in the borough of Lewisham, Deptford is located on the south bank of the River Thames, is 4.7 miles west-north-west of Charing Cross and is in the postcode district SE8.

Read Article ... Published on 16th May, 2011

Parking fines increase in Camden

Parking fines increase in Camden

The value of fines issued to vehicles parked improperly near to property to rent in the London borough of Camden has risen.

Read Article ... Published on 19th April, 2011

Southwark residents to benefit from community fund

Southwark residents to benefit from community fund

Those living in flats to rent in the London borough of Southwark are being asked to bid for £120,000 that has been made available through this year's community council fund.

Read Article ... Published on 6th April, 2011

Mile End: Low-cost but lots to do

Mile End: Low-cost but lots to do

Located in the East End of London in the borough of Tower Hamlets, Mile End is 3.6 miles east-northeast of Charing Cross and is in the postcode district E3.

Read Article ... Published on 31st March, 2011

Merton residents gain financial advice centre

Merton residents gain financial advice centre

Residents of flats to rent in the London borough of Merton can now gain help and support locally for any financial worries that they have.

Read Article ... Published on 18th March, 2011

Wandsworth residents warned of email scam

Wandsworth residents warned of email scam

Those living in property to rent in the London borough of Wandsworth are being warned to watch out for a sophisticated email scam.

Read Article ... Published on 4th March, 2011

Residents of properties in Hackney 'recycle at record levels'

Residents of properties in Hackney 'recycle at record levels'

Residents of properties to rent in the London borough of Hackney have been recycling waste at record levels.

Read Article ... Published on 11th February, 2011

"Second steppers" may be impacted upon by FTB struggles

"Second steppers" may be impacted upon by FTB struggles

Chelsea could be an ideal location for first-time buyers (FTBs) to purchase their first property because of its favoured postcode.

Read Article ... Published on 28th January, 2011

Moving to property to rent in Enfield made easier

Moving to property to rent in Enfield made easier

Moving to property to rent in the London borough of Enfield has been made easier by the local council.

Read Article ... Published on 27th January, 2011

Hillingdon Council to help with royal wedding parties

Hillingdon Council to help with royal wedding parties

Support is being offered to people in flats to rent in the London borough of Hillingdon who want to mark the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in style.

Read Article ... Published on 24th January, 2011

London River Park recognised in planning competition

London River Park recognised in planning competition

A design for a new mile-long floating walk on the bank of the river Thames has received the Mayor's Award for Planning Excellence, which may interest those looking for flats to rent in the City of London.

Read Article ... Published on 21st January, 2011

Property to rent in Richmond-upon-Thames: Exciting plans in Hampton North

Property to rent in Richmond-upon-Thames: Exciting plans in Hampton North

People could find an additional reason to move to property to rent in the London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, after the council announced an "exciting new prospect" in the area.

Read Article ... Published on 20th January, 2011

Mayfair

Mayfair

Mayfair is a district that needs little introduction. Located in the heart of London's West End, it is a byword for sophistication, wealth and prime land. Not for nothing is it the place every Monopoly player wants to hold. Bordered by Piccadilly, Bond Street, Oxford Street and Hyde Park, it is one of London's most upmarket addresses.

Read Article ... Published on 11th January, 2011

Flats to rent in Lambeth offer Tate on doorstep

Flats to rent in Lambeth offer Tate on doorstep

Those thinking of renting flats in the London borough of Lambeth may be interested in the many works of art to be seen in exhibitions at one of the borough's most prominent venues, the Tate Modern.

Read Article ... Published on 4th January, 2011

Forecast of rate rise may make flats to rent in London more popular

Forecast of rate rise may make flats to rent in London more popular

People may wish to seek property to rent in London rather than buying as a base rate rise could come soon push up mortgage costs, it has been warned.

Read Article ... Published on 16th December, 2010

Flats to rent in London may be more popular as rate rise tipped

Flats to rent in London may be more popular as rate rise tipped

The popularity of property to rent in London may increase as the cost of buying rises, something would be first-time buyers may be hit by as pressure for a base rate increase intensifies.

Read Article ... Published on 15th December, 2010

First-time buyers may turn to flats to rent in London

First-time buyers may turn to flats to rent in London

Individuals needing a place to stay in the English capital immediately may decide to find flats to rent in London, following comments from one expert.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd December, 2010

Tenants in flats to rent in London may benefit from recycling initiative

Tenants in flats to rent in London may benefit from recycling initiative

People living in flats to rent in London could be set to benefit from improved recycling facilities after £1.35 million was pledged to help waste services in the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 26th November, 2010

New Year fireworks display could be enjoyed by tenants in flats to rent in London

New Year fireworks display could be enjoyed by tenants in flats to rent in London

Tenants occupying flats to rent in London may decide to head down to the banks of the Thames and enjoy the fireworks spectacle that is set to take place there on New Year's Eve.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd November, 2010

Individuals in flats to rent in Hackney could take part in campaign

Individuals in flats to rent in Hackney could take part in campaign

Individuals in flats to rent in Hackney with old, unwanted clothes or shoes have been offered an alternative way to clean out their wardrobe by a new scheme.

Read Article ... Published on 4th November, 2010

Expensive property may lead to people looking for flats to rent in Havering

Expensive property may lead to people looking for flats to rent in Havering

A scarcity of mortgages, combined with the high price of a property, may result in first-time buyers looking for flats to rent in the London Borough of Havering.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd October, 2010

Are more older people looking at flats to rent?

Are more older people looking at flats to rent?

There could be more people over the age of 25 looking for flats to rent in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, it has been suggested.

Read Article ... Published on 27th September, 2010

Could flats to rent be solution to high mortgage rates?

Could flats to rent be solution to high mortgage rates?

Flats to rent in the London Borough of Hounslow may be appealing to people who do not want to pay the "large" rates lenders are charging on mortgages.

Read Article ... Published on 24th September, 2010

Flats to rent 'may be appealing as house price growth halts'

Flats to rent 'may be appealing as house price growth halts'

One expert claims sustainable house price growth is still a long way off for people in the UK, which may encourage them to look at flats to rent in the London Borough of Newham.

Read Article ... Published on 20th September, 2010

Will base rate worries encourage people to consider flats to rent?

Will base rate worries encourage people to consider flats to rent?

More people may consider flats to rent in the London Borough of Sutton, as one firm says increases in the base rate will be "catastrophic" for borrowers.

Read Article ... Published on 8th September, 2010

Could river clean-up make flats to rent in London more appealing?

Could river clean-up make flats to rent in London more appealing?

People looking at flats to rent in the London borough of Hammersmith & Fulham may be pleased to know they could be living in a clean area if they decide to move house.

Read Article ... Published on 27th August, 2010

Could more students be looking for flats to rent in London?

Could more students be looking for flats to rent in London?

There could be an increase in the number of students looking for flats to rent in London as many universities have limited halls of residence spaces.

Read Article ... Published on 24th August, 2010

Could first-time buyers with 'conflicting views' consider flats to rent instead?

Could first-time buyers with 'conflicting views' consider flats to rent instead?

More people could be looking at flats to rent in London as the number of first-time buyers entering the market is starting to decline, it has been suggested.

Read Article ... Published on 10th August, 2010

Will flats to rent in London be more popular if house prices rise?

Will flats to rent in London be more popular if house prices rise?

House prices are likely to increase if interest rates remain low, according to one expert, which could mean more people are encouraged to look at flats to rent in London.

Read Article ... Published on 6th August, 2010

Could flats to rent become popular after mortgage redemption tax news?

Could flats to rent become popular after mortgage redemption tax news?

More people could be encouraged to look at flats to rent in London when they see the latest figures from HSBC regarding mortgage redemption charges.

Read Article ... Published on 5th August, 2010

More flats to rent in the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea?

More flats to rent in the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea?

People who are looking for flats to rent in London may be interested to hear that 15 new luxury apartments are being constructed in Chelsea.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd August, 2010

Flats to rent in London news: Mortgage market slump set for autumn

Flats to rent in London news: Mortgage market slump set for autumn

Landlords with flats to rent in London may see a surge in occupants after an organisation claimed this autumn will be a slow time period for the property market.

Read Article ... Published on 29th July, 2010

Could flats to rent in London see people move into Olympic Park area?

Could flats to rent in London see people move into Olympic Park area?

Finding flats to rent in London could see those unable to buy property in the increasingly expensive borough of Shoreditch capable of living in the district.

Read Article ... Published on 27th July, 2010

Mortgage dive making flats to rent in London popular?

Mortgage dive making flats to rent in London popular?

The rental market could feel a boost as the British Bankers' Association (BBA) has revealed that fewer people are able to get mortgages.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd July, 2010

Interest rate rise 'may encourage take up of flats to rent in London'

Interest rate rise 'may encourage take up of flats to rent in London'

Flats to rent in London could become more popular after one industry expert predicted that an increase in interest rates would result in homeowners having greater worries about managing their money

Read Article ... Published on 19th July, 2010

Pessimism over housing market 'could mean more rent flats in London'

Pessimism over housing market 'could mean more rent flats in London'

Those once thinking of buying a home may be considering looking for property to rent in the London borough of Enfield instead after one expert predicted difficult time for anyone keen on purchasing.

Read Article ... Published on 13th July, 2010

Flats in London may be boosted by lack of mortgage availability

Flats in London may be boosted by lack of mortgage availability

More people may think about finding property to rent in the London borough of Havering or elsewhere in the UK after figures revealed that the number of discounted home loans has dropped significantly in recent years.

Read Article ... Published on 8th July, 2010

Will housebuilding worries mean flats in London become more in demand?

Will housebuilding worries mean flats in London become more in demand?

It could be that property to rent in London and around the UK is a more attractive proposition after one of the country's biggest home construction firms said it would be more cautious about buying land.

Read Article ... Published on 7th July, 2010

Will flats in London flourish as finance for home buying remains difficult?

Will flats in London flourish as finance for home buying remains difficult?

Property to rent in London may become a more viable option as the chief economist for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors indicated that finance for those looking to purchase would continue to be in short supply for the foreseeable future.

Read Article ... Published on 5th July, 2010

Acton: London's suburban retreat

Acton: London's suburban retreat

Background

Read Article ... Published on 5th July, 2010

People renting in London 'set to benefit from cable car network'

People renting in London 'set to benefit from cable car network'

The body in charge of improving and maintaining London's transport system has unveiled plans to create a cable car network linking Greenwich with the Royal Docks on the north bank of the River Thames.

Read Article ... Published on 5th July, 2010

"Computer says no" attitude may make flats to rent in London more attractive

"Computer says no" attitude may make flats to rent in London more attractive

Property to rent in London may become in greater demand after it was suggested that a tightening of conditions in the wholesale money markets was the reason for lenders themselves being less free and easy with the supply of credit.

Read Article ... Published on 5th July, 2010

Static mortgage lending 'may make flats in London more appealing'

Static mortgage lending 'may make flats in London more appealing'

News that mortgage approvals are likely to remain static could encourage more people to look for flats to rent in the London borough of Lambeth.

Read Article ... Published on 1st July, 2010

Increased living rates 'may encourage people to rent flats in London'

Increased living rates 'may encourage people to rent flats in London'

News that the cost of running a home has dropped could encourage people to look to rent property in London.

Read Article ... Published on 29th June, 2010

Flats to rent in London 'may suit Brits with outstanding debt'

Flats to rent in London 'may suit Brits with outstanding debt'

Flats to rent in the London borough of Camden may be an attractive option for the many people in the UK who are still faced with what one expert described as "outstanding debt".

Read Article ... Published on 28th June, 2010

Could mortgage cap boost flats to rent in London?

Could mortgage cap boost flats to rent in London?

It may be that property to rent in London or around the UK becomes more popular after one expert indicated that putting a cap on mortgage lending would freeze the housing market for years.

Read Article ... Published on 21st June, 2010

Mortgage "constrained" to low-risk borrowers - flats in London

Mortgage "constrained" to low-risk borrowers - flats in London

More people may become interested in looking at property to rent in London as the leading figure at the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) indicated that lenders were constraining their services to low-risk clients.

Read Article ... Published on 17th June, 2010

Rent in London 'if you haven't got a decent deposit'

Rent in London 'if you haven't got a decent deposit'

Flats to rent in London could still be the best way forward for people living in the city after one expert commented that people may require a large deposit to buy a home.

Read Article ... Published on 16th June, 2010

People 'better renting in London'

People 'better renting in London'

Finding flats to rent in London is preferable to trying to buy a property in the capital at the moment, according to one high street bank.

Read Article ... Published on 16th June, 2010

New planning rules 'could derail housing construction'

New planning rules 'could derail housing construction'

Property to rent in London may become a more attractive proposition to young first-time buyers after it was reported that new planning rules set to be announced by the government might not offer a boost to construction.

Read Article ... Published on 14th June, 2010

Developer buys riverside site

Developer buys riverside site

People looking for property to rent in London may be interested to read that a developer has acquired land on the south bank of the River Thames next to Battersea Heliport.

Read Article ... Published on 9th June, 2010

Mortgage market made "micrometre" movements

Mortgage market made "micrometre" movements

House hunters are learning that the mortgage market made very little positive progress in April, according to one expert.

Read Article ... Published on 4th June, 2010

CML says mortgage data reflects low confidence

CML says mortgage data reflects low confidence

More people may look for property to rent in London after a leading mortgage body response to Bank of England data on home loans indicated that net lending increased at a lower rate than predicted in April.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd June, 2010

Single first-time buyers 'need parental help'

Single first-time buyers 'need parental help'

People thinking of looking for property to rent in London are being told by an expert that the increase in single first-time buyers owes much to the help of parents in being able to afford a place.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd June, 2010

'Tesco Town' gets approval

'Tesco Town' gets approval

People considering looking for property to rent in London may be interested to know about plans for a 'Tesco Town' to be built Bromley-by-Bow, after they were approved by local authorities.

Read Article ... Published on 28th May, 2010

Housing market health "overstated"

Housing market health "overstated"

First-time buyers are learning that mortgage lending increased at its slowest rate for nine years, according to new statistics.

Read Article ... Published on 27th May, 2010

'Not good old days yet' for UK housing market

'Not good old days yet' for UK housing market

First-time buyers have been warned that despite improving conditions in the housing market, potential pitfalls lie ahead.

Read Article ... Published on 25th May, 2010

Long-term mortgage 'problems' could hit market

Long-term mortgage 'problems' could hit market

People who are looking for property to rent in the London borough of Epping Forest or elsewhere in the country are being told the UK faces problems in the mortgage market, that could affect first-time buyers.

Read Article ... Published on 14th May, 2010

Bankside 'benefits from ambitious architecture'

Bankside 'benefits from ambitious architecture'

Investment in new projects and "ambitious" designs over the past ten years have helped to attract the residential sector to become heavily involved in a once neglected district, according to one publication.

Read Article ... Published on 10th May, 2010

Mortgage lending slowdown 'is normal'

Mortgage lending slowdown 'is normal'

The drying up of mortgage credit in the UK for potential first-time buyers was to be expected, according to an industry expert.

Read Article ... Published on 6th May, 2010

First-time buyers 'finding it difficult to get on the property ladder'

First-time buyers 'finding it difficult to get on the property ladder'

People may be encouraged to consider looking for property to rent in the London borough of Sutton or elsewhere in the UK following one expert's comments that buying a residence is increasingly challenging.

Read Article ... Published on 5th May, 2010

Mortgage customers 'less satisfied' with government-backed banks

Mortgage customers 'less satisfied' with government-backed banks

Government-backed banks trail commercial rivals in terms of customer satisfaction, according to a survey.

Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2010

Mortgage market 'losing momentum'

Mortgage market 'losing momentum'

A financial expert has suggested that the housing market had lost any momentum from the last year after new figures revealed a slight increase in the number of home loans.

Read Article ... Published on 28th April, 2010

First-time buyers' mortgage situation "changed significantly"

First-time buyers' mortgage situation "changed significantly"

The situation surrounding mortgage affordability facing first-time buyers in the UK has changed, according to a finance research specialist.

Read Article ... Published on 27th April, 2010

Dulwich: Desirable and affordable London living

Dulwich: Desirable and affordable London living

Background

Read Article ... Published on 26th April, 2010

Interest-only mortgage increase 'could hinder first-time buyers'

Interest-only mortgage increase 'could hinder first-time buyers'

Halifax's interest-only mortgages, which are popular with first-time buyers, have become more expensive.

Read Article ... Published on 15th April, 2010

Interest-only mortgages 'need urgent review'

Interest-only mortgages 'need urgent review'

A leading property expert has called for people who have taken out interest-only mortgages to urgently review their repayment situation.

Read Article ... Published on 14th April, 2010

Hung parliament could affect house buyers

Hung parliament could affect house buyers

A potential hung parliament could bring problems for house buyers, according to a UK mortgage broker.

Read Article ... Published on 13th April, 2010

Eco-grants to provide funding to Wandsworth residents

Eco-grants to provide funding to Wandsworth residents

Eco-grants are still available for Wandsworth residents who want to embrace greener principles.

Read Article ... Published on 5th April, 2010

Stamp duty criteria 'difficult to assess' as house purchase approvals fall

Stamp duty criteria 'difficult to assess' as house purchase approvals fall

New data reveals that the number of house purchase approvals fell by two per cent in February.

Read Article ... Published on 30th March, 2010

Stamp duty holiday may help some first-time buyers

Stamp duty holiday may help some first-time buyers

First-time buyers have been helped by a new holiday on stamp duty for homes valued under £250,000.

Read Article ... Published on 25th March, 2010

New £200 million Tower Hamlets development agreed

New £200 million Tower Hamlets development agreed

A planning application for redevelopment of part of London's east end was approved by local authorities.

Read Article ... Published on 16th March, 2010

Brits 'adopt Euro lifestyles'

Brits 'adopt Euro lifestyles'

When it comes to how and where they choose to live, Britons are becoming increasingly European in their thinking, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 4th March, 2010

Mortgage approvals 'decline'

Mortgage approvals 'decline'

There has been a sharp drop in the number of mortgage approvals while the level of consumer credit has risen, according to new statistics.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd March, 2010

January house prices 'saw rises'

January house prices 'saw rises'

January saw property prices across England and Wales experience positive growth for the second month in a row, according to the latest data.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd March, 2010

Banks 'need to start lending'

Banks 'need to start lending'

Lending for mortgages by UK high street banks has fallen, it has been revealed - which could see more people continuing to rent until buying becomes more affordable.

Read Article ... Published on 1st March, 2010

Pre-paid cards' could prevent debt'

Pre-paid cards' could prevent debt'

Consumers concerned about mounting credit and store card debt may want to consider prepaid credit cards as an alternative, one sector commentator has claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 26th February, 2010

Millions of Brits 'permanently overdrawn'

Millions of Brits 'permanently overdrawn'

Millions of consumers in the UK are living off their overdraft, new research has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 24th February, 2010

Credit customers 'need to look after own finances'

Credit customers 'need to look after own finances'

There is no need to install a central watchdog service to monitor and supervise credit rates, one sector commentator has claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd February, 2010

Parents 'helping out first-time buyers'

Parents 'helping out first-time buyers'

First-time buyers are in many cases being given a helping hand by their parents when it comes to taking their initial steps on the property ladder, one sector commentator has asserted.

Read Article ... Published on 16th February, 2010

Will mortgage market become more competitive?

Will mortgage market become more competitive?

First-time buyers may wish to approach the largest financial services providers when it comes to getting a mortgage, as these are likely to be better able to offer a competitive deal, one sector commentator has asserted.

Read Article ... Published on 9th February, 2010

Housing market 'yet to return to pre-credit crunch days'

Housing market 'yet to return to pre-credit crunch days'

Last December, mortgage lending increased by £1.2 billion, a new report has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 4th February, 2010

Greenwich: Get in the middle if things in Greenwich

Greenwich: Get in the middle if things in Greenwich

Background

Read Article ... Published on 22nd January, 2010

'Forget loyalty' for a better deal

'Forget loyalty' for a better deal

With the January sales now well underway, consumers have been advised not to automatically be loyal to their current financial service provider when looking for the best monetary deals.

Read Article ... Published on 14th January, 2010

Advice for warring couples forced to live together

Advice for warring couples forced to live together

Couples who are experiencing problems in their relationship but are forced to live together because of financial circumstances, should negotiate ways of living more harmoniously, it has been recommended.

Read Article ... Published on 11th January, 2010

Will mortgages be more affordable this year?

Will mortgages be more affordable this year?

First-time buyers could find they are in a better position to purchase a property during 2010 as mortgages become more affordable.

Read Article ... Published on 6th January, 2010

'Free parking' outside property to rent in Wandsworth

'Free parking' outside property to rent in Wandsworth

The coming weekend is to give those staying in property to rent in Wandsworth the chance to park outside for free.

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

How tenants can host the perfect dinner party

How tenants can host the perfect dinner party

Modern dinner parties are more relaxed, one sector commentator has claimed, as more people choose to stay in and invite friends and family round in order to save money on going out.

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

Tips for a thrifty Christmas

Tips for a thrifty Christmas

Christmas is now only a few short weeks away and some people may be worrying how they will be able to fork out for gifts and celebratory occasions as the credit crunch rumbles on.

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

'Unprecedented demand' for London property

'Unprecedented demand' for London property

Britain's commercial property market has seen the largest rise in capital growth since June 2006, according to a recent report.

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

Mortgage lending 'will not shoot up'

Mortgage lending 'will not shoot up'

The number of financial institutions willing to lend significant figures for the purchase of commercial property has increased recently, however, such lending is unlikely to "shoot away again", one sector commentator has claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 8th October, 2009

Mortgages on the up but doors still closed for many

Mortgages on the up but doors still closed for many

Buying a home in the capital city could be unachievable for some, many of whom may instead decide to instead find property to rent in London.

Read Article ... Published on 29th September, 2009

Cost of mortgage 'obscene'

Cost of mortgage 'obscene'

The cost of interbank borrowing may have fallen to a record low, but mortgage rates for consumers remain "obscene", one commentator has said.

Read Article ... Published on 15th September, 2009

Tenants advised on election eligibility

Tenants advised on election eligibility

Tenants of property to rent in Mile End, flats to rent in Whitechapel or other letting residences in the borough of Tower Hamlets such as Bow are being targeted by the local council to ensure they are able to vote at the next elections.

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

Buy-to-let market 'picking up'

Buy-to-let market 'picking up'

Recent figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) indicate the buy-to-let sector is beginning to pick up again after a number of months of downturn, according to the Association of Residential Letting Agents (Arla).

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

Low interest rate 'good for private rented sector'

Low interest rate 'good for private rented sector'

Landlords in London and the UK as a whole have benefited from low interest rates over the last few months, it has been suggested.

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

NAEA: Lettings vital for the UK

NAEA: Lettings vital for the UK

The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) has indicated that buy-to-let investors and the private rented sector as a whole will become increasingly crucial in supplying properties for people in the UK.

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

Interest rates remain at record low

Interest rates remain at record low

People living in property to rent in Fulham and flats to rent in Wandsworth will have learnt that the Bank of England held interest rates at 0.5 per cent yesterday.

Read Article ... Published on 7th August, 2009

Cost of property increases, says Halifax

Cost of property increases, says Halifax

The average cost of property in the UK grew by 1.1 per cent between June and July 2009, it has been suggested.

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

Wandsworth: Rivers, bridges and parks

Wandsworth: Rivers, bridges and parks

Background

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

Bank keeps interest rate at 0.5%

Bank keeps interest rate at 0.5%

Tenants of property to rent in Fulham, as well as other homeowners and renters across the country, will have another month of 0.5 per cent interest rates.

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

Shoreditch: For night owls and creative minds

Shoreditch: For night owls and creative minds

Background

Read Article ... Published on 8th July, 2009

Notting Hill: Not just for carnivals

Notting Hill: Not just for carnivals

Background

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

Islington: Trendy, busy and a fun place to be

Islington: Trendy, busy and a fun place to be

Background

Read Article ... Published on 22nd June, 2009

Interest in buy-to-let sector grows

Interest in buy-to-let sector grows

There were almost twice as many Association of Residential Letting Agents (Arla) members who reported that more landlords bought property in the second quarter of 2009, compared to the opening three month-period.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd June, 2009

Landlords 'should be in it for the long term'

Landlords 'should be in it for the long term'

Landlords who join the buy-to-let sector have been told that they should see their investments as a long-term method of making money.

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

Bank votes for no change on interest rates

Those living in rented property are - like everyone else in the UK - affected by the Bank of England's interest rate decisions.

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

'FTBs face continuing obstacles'

First-time buyers in London and the rest of the UK face "continuing obstacles" when trying to get on the property ladder, it has been suggested.

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

London house prices still too high for key workers

Key public sector workers still find it almost impossible to buy homes in London, despite the fall in house prices over the past year.

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

Bank holds interest rates at 0.5%

The cost of borrowing for people residing in property in London and other parts of the UK will remain at 0.5 per cent.

Read Article ... Published on 8th May, 2009

Property market 'a distant dream' for first-time buyers

Purchasing a property remains a distant dream for the majority of young people, it has been argued.

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

Consumers 'delaying purchase' of property in London

Many Britons do not believe that house prices will rise in the near future, research has revealed.

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

Potential buyers with bad credit history 'will struggle' to find mortgages

Consumers with bad credit history are likely to continue to struggle to obtain a mortgage, according to an expert.

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

Mortgage approvals 'likely to fall'

Britons are likely to continue to struggle to obtain finance for the purpose of buying a home, an expert has warned.

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

Rate of repossessions growing as debt problems mount, charity finds

A home is repossessed every ten minutes in the UK, fresh statistics have revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 1st April, 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

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

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

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

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

Mortgage rates 'no help' to first-time buyers

Mortgage lenders are providing little incentive to those thinking of purchasing property, it has been observed.

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

Credit crunch 'prompting move back home'

A growing number of young adults are being forced to move back in with their parents, a survey has revealed.

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

Rate cut 'won't help mortgage market'

The Bank of England's decision to lower the official base rate is unlikely to provide much help to those thinking of buying property, it has been stated.

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

Buyers 'concerned' over lack of mortgages

Concerns over obtaining a mortgage have become the biggest factor in preventing people from buying homes, a survey has revealed.

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

Recession 'increasing need for debt help' for homeowners

A growing number of homeowners are facing the prospect of repossession as a result of the recession, it has been stated.

Read Article ... Published on 29th January, 2009

London property 'least affordable in the UK'

London is proportionally the least affordable place to buy a home in the UK, it has been found.

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

AMI predicts tough year for property market

House prices will continue to fall and securing a mortgage will remain difficult this year, it has been predicted.

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

Uncertain market 'putting buyers off'

Uncertainty in the property market has led consumers to put off buying a home, it has been suggested.

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

Housing market "still in an impossible situation"

Government support for banks is unlikely to help those thinking a buying a home for the first time, it has been suggested.

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

Taking out a mortgage 'could have dire consequences'

Those thinking of taking out a mortgage following the help announced for banks this week have been urged to consider the potential consequences.

Read Article ... Published on 21st January, 2009

Rate cuts 'unlikely to help mortgage seekers'

Cuts in the Bank of England base rate are unlikely to help those thinking of taking out a mortgage, it has been argued.

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

Londoners maintain "spirit and ambition", says mayor

The city of London has been described as "one of the most exciting places" in the world, following its New Year's Eve celebrations.

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

Further house price fall predicted

House prices in the UK will continue to plummet next year, it has been predicted.

Read Article ... Published on 29th December, 2008

Figures reveal continued fall in mortgage lending

The number of mortgages granted by banks in the UK has continued to fall, according to the latest statistics from the British Bankers' Association (BBA).

Read Article ... Published on 23rd December, 2008

East London rugby academy to continue

The Josh Lewsey Rugby Academy is to continue training young people in the sport following support from global investment bank Nomura and the East London Business Alliance.

Read Article ... Published on 10th December, 2008

Concern over help for homeowners

The Liberal Democrats have expressed concern that help offered by the government to homeowners may not be effective.

Read Article ... Published on 4th December, 2008

Mortgage lending 'remains low'

The number of mortgages granted in the UK fell in October, suggesting consumers are finding it increasingly difficult to buy a home.

Read Article ... Published on 1st December, 2008

Mortgage finance still restricted, figures show

Consumers are continuing to struggle to obtain finance for mortgages, it has been found.

Read Article ... Published on 25th November, 2008

London house price falls 'raising spectre of negative equity'

Those thinking of buying a house or flat in London will continue to find it difficult to do so, an expert has noted.

Read Article ... Published on 14th November, 2008

Homeowners 'needing additional equity' as prices drop

Falling property prices have meant that homeowners are struggling to find competitive mortgage deals, it has been suggested.

Read Article ... Published on 12th November, 2008

London property sales continue to fall

The London housing market is continuing to struggle as finance remains restricted, a study has shown.

Read Article ... Published on 11th November, 2008

Mortgage products 'disappearing'

Consumers are continuing to see mortgage products disappear from the market, it has been found.

Read Article ... Published on 10th November, 2008

London buyers 'unlikely to gain' from rate cut

Anyone hoping to be able to get a cheaper mortgage to buy a house in London after today's Bank of England base rate cut is likely to be disappointed, it has been suggested.

Read Article ... Published on 6th November, 2008

More London price falls recorded

Another house price survey has shown that London homes are continuing to lose value.

Read Article ... Published on 5th November, 2008

Rate cut may be in vain for mortgage market

The Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) is expected to cut the base rate by at least 0.5 per cent when it meets this week, according to a new poll.

Read Article ... Published on 4th November, 2008

MPC member in recession warning

The UK could face a "relatively deep and long-lasting recession" if interest rates are not cut "aggressively", a member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) has said.

Read Article ... Published on 30th October, 2008

Lambeth residents to get say on housing

Those who choose to rent in Lambeth will get the opportunity to have their say on how the council formulates its housing strategy, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 29th October, 2008

Lambeth scheme boost as mayor drops objection

The prospects of a major new property development in Lambeth going ahead have increased following a decision by London mayor Boris Johnson to drop his opposition to the scheme.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd October, 2008

Housing market to keep on declining, says King

Bank of England governor Mervyn King has predicted that the housing market is likely to go on performing badly.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd October, 2008

Mortgage lenders raise tracker costs

Those wondering whether to buy or rent in London may have their minds made up in favour of the latter following news that two lenders are raising their tracker mortgage rates.

Read Article ... Published on 16th October, 2008

London worst for housing transactions, says Rics

The Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors (Rics) has said London has been the worst-hit part of Britain for falls in housing transactions.

Read Article ... Published on 14th October, 2008

Londoners 'must wait' for any benefit from banking bail-out

Those looking to buy a home in London must wait some time for the beneficial effects of the government's £37 billion banking bail-out to feed through, it has been stated.

Read Article ... Published on 13th October, 2008

Mayor happy with London transport crime reduction

London mayor Boris Johnson has welcomed the success of three pilot schemes in the capital that have helped bring down crime on public transport.

Read Article ... Published on 8th October, 2008

Base rate remit change call rebuffed

A call to suspend the Bank of England's interest rate target has been rejected by chancellor of the exchequer Alistair Darling.

Read Article ... Published on 6th October, 2008

HBOS takeover 'could raise mortgage costs'

The cost of a mortgage in London or elsewhere could be set higher because of the takeover of HBOS by Lloyds TSB last week, it has been argued.

Read Article ... Published on 1st October, 2008

US vote may worsen credit crunch

The credit crunch has been predicted to continue and possibly worsen following the decision of the US Congress to vote against a federal government plan to bail out lenders who got into trouble in the sub-prime market.

Read Article ... Published on 30th September, 2008

Crosby report 'faces delay'

The release of the Crosby report into the state of the UK mortgage market is to be put back while the impact of September's problems in the UK banking sector is assessed, it has been reported.

Read Article ... Published on 30th September, 2008

Mortgage lending falls again

Mortgage lending in the UK, including London, has taken a further dip as the credit crunch continues, new figures have revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 29th September, 2008

Economy 'will not recover until late next year' says MPC member

A member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) has said that Britain is heading for recession and will not see recovery until the second half of next year.

Read Article ... Published on 25th September, 2008

Luxury London mansion is repossessed

A luxury west London home has been repossessed by the bank, losing its wealthy owner over £10 million.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd September, 2008

Mortgage lending down again

Mortgage lending dropped 12 per cent in August from the previous month, new figures have revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 18th September, 2008

No rise in MPC support for rate cut

Anyone hoping to see a base rate cut in the hope of getting a cheaper mortgage to buy a London property may have seen such hopes dwindle today as the minutes of the September meeting of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) showed no rise in support for a cut.

Read Article ... Published on 17th September, 2008

Inflation up again

The consumer prices index (CPI) rate on inflation rose again in August, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 16th September, 2008

Stamp duty relief 'very little, very late'

Gordon Brown's announcement today (September 2nd) of a relief in stamp duty will come as "very little, very late" to house hunters.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd September, 2008

New home loans down by 71 per cent

The number of mortgages being approved for home buyers has plummeted by 71 per cent in the last year, figures revealed today (September 1st).

Read Article ... Published on 1st September, 2008

Housing market 'shows little sign of recovery'

Leading economists have warned today that house prices will fall further, according to a report on 24dash.com.

Read Article ... Published on 28th August, 2008

Rental prices 'not particularly high'

Property rental prices, including those in London, are "not particularly high at the moment", according to one expert on the subject.

Read Article ... Published on 26th August, 2008

Marylebone becomes desirable place to rent

Property in London's Marylebone has become the most recent area to be reclassified into the 'prime' bracket, according to one London estate agent.

Read Article ... Published on 15th August, 2008

Drop in mortgage lending from building societies

The average building society in the UK has seen a dramatic drop in the number of new mortgages to home buyers, according to latest reports.

Read Article ... Published on 14th August, 2008

1.7m homeowners facing negative equity

Some one in seven homeowners are facing negative equity, according to research from credit agency Standard and Poors.

Read Article ... Published on 1st August, 2008

Mortgage approvals plummet 66%

The number of mortgage approvals for house purchases has fallen dramatically in the last year, new research has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 25th July, 2008

Mortgage approvals reach 11-year low

The number of mortgages approved by banks in the UK fell to a record low last month, new research has shown.

Read Article ... Published on 24th July, 2008

Inflation 'compounds house price falls'

The latest inflation figures from the Office for National Statistics are adding to the misery felt by would-be property buyers, one industry group has said.

Read Article ... Published on 17th July, 2008

Mortgage supplies 'remain low'

The supply of mortgages still remains low and recovery in the market is a while off, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).

Read Article ... Published on 10th July, 2008

Fixed-rate deals increasingly expensive

The cost of fixed-rate mortgage deals is continuing to rise, according to new research.

Read Article ... Published on 8th July, 2008

Buy-to-let 'still an attractive investment'

Landlords have been told that the buy-to-let market remains an attractive investment, as long as they have a clear strategy.

Read Article ... Published on 5th July, 2008

Annual house price falls 'accelerating'

Annual house price falls increased dramatically in June, new data has indicated.

Read Article ... Published on 1st July, 2008

Boris spies Wandsworth regeneration

Plans to create a mixed-use scheme on the banks of the River Wandle have been approved by Wandsworth council.

Read Article ... Published on 27th June, 2008

Mortgage lenders increase rates

Three UK-based lenders have increased the cost of their fixed-rate mortgage loans.

Read Article ... Published on 26th June, 2008

Mortgage lending plummets 19%

New figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders have revealed that gross mortgage lending has fallen a massive 19 per cent on the previous year.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd June, 2008

Mortgage woes hit 6m Brits

Millions of people who have invested in property for sale in London and elsewhere are struggling to meet repayments.

Read Article ... Published on 20th June, 2008

House prices 'to fall 9% in 2008'

The average price of a home for sale in London and around the UK looks set to fall by nine per cent this year.

Read Article ... Published on 19th June, 2008

Mortgage holders feel strain of higher rates

London property owners are reeling under the burgeoning cost of fixed-rate mortgages, new research from MoneyFacts.co.uk has shown.

Read Article ... Published on 17th June, 2008

CML: Average home deposit now 13%

The average deposit put down by a first-time buyer has reached a three-and-a-half year high of 13 per cent.

Read Article ... Published on 13th June, 2008

Reminder to landlords over tenancy deposits

Residential landlords have been reminded that they are under no obligation to hand over deposits to a third-party.

Read Article ... Published on 12th June, 2008

Rics: Exodus from property market

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) has revealed that home sales have reached their lowest levels for 30 years.

Read Article ... Published on 10th June, 2008

Property downturn continues in May

The latest house price report from Halifax bank has shown that the property downturn continued unimpeded in May.

Read Article ... Published on 5th June, 2008

Bank withholds interest rate relief again

Bank of England officials have once again declined to lower the base rate of borrowing, dealing a blow to London property owners who are struggling to maintain their mortgage repayments.

Read Article ... Published on 5th June, 2008

NLA: Landlords unhappy with renewal fees

The National Landlords Association (NLA) has revealed that almost three quarters of landlords believe the renewal fees levied by letting agents are unreasonably high.

Read Article ... Published on 4th June, 2008

Mortgage lending hits record low

The number of loans being issued to homebuyers in search of property for sale in London has reached rock-bottom levels, official figures have revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 4th June, 2008

FTBs 'will not benefit from downturn'

One leading industry expert has suggested that the property downturn is unlikely to have an immediate benefit for first-time buyers (FTBs).

Read Article ... Published on 2nd June, 2008

ECB: No end in sight to credit crunch

The European Central Bank (ECB) has issued a damning assessment of the current economic climate, warning that the credit crunch is far from over.

Read Article ... Published on 19th May, 2008

Mortgage lending at 33-year low

The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has revealed that mortgage lending figures are now at their lowest level in 33 years.

Read Article ... Published on 15th May, 2008

'No perks' for prospective homeowners

People trying to find flats for sale in London will enjoy scant support when it comes to securing a mortgage.

Read Article ... Published on 15th May, 2008

Hopes for rate cut dashed

Homeowners and people looking to get on the housing ladder have had hopes for a cut in the base rate of interest dashed by the government's latest inflation report.

Read Article ... Published on 14th May, 2008

Mortgage approvals head south

Approvals for home loans continued to dwindle in March, new figures have revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 13th May, 2008

House prices fall another 1.3%

In the latest troubling report about the UK property market, Halifax has stated that house prices fell 1.3 per cent last month.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd May, 2008

BoE: House prices 'could fall 33%'

UK house prices look set to fall by one third, a member of the Bank of England's (BoE's) Monetary Policy Committee has warned.

Read Article ... Published on 1st May, 2008

Annual house price growth turns red

The average price of a UK home is now lower than it was 12 months ago, Nationwide has said.

Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2008

House prices to fall 20%

UK house prices are set to fall dramatically over the course of this year and 2009, a new property forecast has predicted.

Read Article ... Published on 24th April, 2008

Buy-to-let demand remains strong

Britain's biggest provider of buy-to-let mortgages has said the market remains strong in spite of the property downturn.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd April, 2008

Mortgage costs to rise despite rate cut

The Bank of England may have reduced interest rates to five per cent last week, but prospective homeowners will take little solace in the fact that mortgage rates are continuing to rise.

Read Article ... Published on 16th April, 2008

New £80m regeneration scheme for London

Catesby Property Group and Bank of Scotland have launched a new London-focusing regeneration arm, it has emerged.

Read Article ... Published on 15th April, 2008

FTBs 'will not benefit from rate cut'

Another industry expert has expressed his belief that the Bank of England's latest interest rate cut will do little to help first-time buyers (FTBs).

Read Article ... Published on 11th April, 2008

FTBs being driven out of market

With Abbey's departure from the 100 per cent loan-to-value (LTV) market, there is now just one mainstream bank offering minimum-deposit loans.

Read Article ... Published on 10th April, 2008

Interest rate cut 'no relief'

The degree to which today's interest rate cut will offer relief to mortgage holders has been called into question.

Read Article ... Published on 10th April, 2008

UK facing 30% house price crash

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reiterated an earlier warning that house prices in the UK face a dramatic 30 per cent downward price correction.

Read Article ... Published on 4th April, 2008

Mortgage market set to decline in 2008

The vast majority of professional mortgage brokers feel the residential market will go downhill in 2008, it has emerged.

Read Article ... Published on 1st April, 2008

HMRC clamps down on buy-to-let expats

The government is planning a crackdown on expatriates with buy-to-let properties in the UK who neglect to declare rental income.

Read Article ... Published on 26th March, 2008

Capital gears up for Boat Race

The historic Boat Race between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge will once again be taking place this Saturday, March 29th.

Read Article ... Published on 25th March, 2008

FTB numbers hit record low

The numbers of first-time buyers (FTBs) getting onto the property ladder has reached an all-time low, it has emerged.

Read Article ... Published on 17th March, 2008

Calls for rate cut fall on deaf ears

Concerns about the affordability of mortgages have failed to convince the Bank of England to lower interest rates.

Read Article ... Published on 8th March, 2008

Tate Modern 'one of world's best galleries'

The Tate Modern in the Bankside area of Southwark has made it onto a list of the world's top ten art galleries, it has been confirmed.

Read Article ... Published on 25th February, 2008

London super-prime props up capital

London's property market looks set to outperform all other UK areas due to the growth in super-prime dwellings, one leading global property consultant has claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 19th February, 2008

Rentals undergo 'phenomenal' rise in value

Rental properties in the capital have undergone a "phenomenal" rise in value, one leading high street bank has claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 15th February, 2008

Inflation report 'bad news' for mortgage holders

The government's latest inflation report spells bad news for people paying off mortgages, the Bank of England's chief economist has confirmed.

Read Article ... Published on 14th February, 2008

London house prices buck trend

House prices in the capital have stormed ahead of many other parts of the UK, rising an incredible 14.6 per cent over the past year.

Read Article ... Published on 12th February, 2008

Commute is 'shorter by water'

Riverside communities in London could soon hold a higher premium for rental property-seekers and home-buyers – and not only for the views across the Thames.

Read Article ... Published on 7th February, 2008

Waterloo ready for hotel boost

A new luxury hotel is to be opened in the Waterloo area, with developers tipping the project to help revitalise the area and draw in both tourists and property-seekers.

Read Article ... Published on 1st February, 2008

Millennium Quarter taking shape

A new residential neighbourhood a stone's throw from Canary Wharf could soon be a sought-after location for rental property-seekers in the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 29th January, 2008

Teddington station readies for CPZ

The London suburb of Teddington, in the borough of Richmond, could see its rental property market boosted as London commuters flock to the area, drawn by an improved transport policy.

Read Article ... Published on 28th January, 2008

Bargain house-buying 'could suffer as inflation bites'

Inflation is 'in the economy' and will soon see interest rates rise to a higher rate than at present, making it necessary to factor in a rise in repayments for people taking advantage of current lower property prices, according to Fool.co.uk.

Read Article ... Published on 18th January, 2008

Cooper to announce housing plans

Housing minister Yvette Cooper is set to address the housing industry at the end of January, with key decisions that will affect both rental and sale property likely to be unveiled.

Read Article ... Published on 11th January, 2008

Societies 'competing with banks' on cheap mortgages

Building societies are beginning to offer stiff competition for banks in the battle to offer the cheapest mortgages, according to research group Defaqto.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd January, 2008

Mortgage lending shows signs of slow-down

Financial experts have claimed that mortgage lending in November slowed yet further from October levels, suggesting that greater numbers of people are turning to rental property.

Read Article ... Published on 28th December, 2007

Russian bank targets Hammersmith development

A Russian bank is set to launch a large-scale investment in prime west London residential property, according to reports.

Read Article ... Published on 27th December, 2007

Rics: lenders now more selective

Real estate experts have claimed that the 'credit crunch' is taking a heavy toll on UK property lending.

Read Article ... Published on 21st December, 2007

Southwark art haven to receive cash boost

The Southwark neighbourbood could soon see its cultural credentials raised further as one of its most famous features gets a huge funding boost.

Read Article ... Published on 11th December, 2007

Rate cut 'not enough to spur house buying'

The Bank of England has cut basic interest rates by a quarter of a per cent, but the slash may not be enough for markets or for first time homebuyers, it has been claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 7th December, 2007

Analysts backing base rate freeze

Analysts are expecting the interest rate to remain on hold when the monetary policy committee (MPC) meets tomorrow.

Read Article ... Published on 5th December, 2007

Thames Gateway plans unveiled

Shrewd accommodation seekers with an eye for a bargain could soon be looking to rent in the Thames Gateway, as government plans for regenerating the area took shape this week.

Read Article ... Published on 4th December, 2007


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Price Guide for Bank

Weekly From Average To
Studio £275 £294 £325
1 Bed £323 £360 £427
2 Bed £440 £485 £658
3 Bed £650 £729 £1038
Monthly From Average To
Studio £1192 £1274 £1408
1 Bed £1400 £1560 £1850
2 Bed £1907 £2102 £2851
3 Bed £2817 £3159 £4498

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