Posts tagged with “london”

Why Are There Difference Of Opinion About New Look Density Policy In London?

Wednesday, 8 May, 2019

The housing crisis is not a new thing in London. It has been one of the biggest challenges for planners from quite some time in fact. The Draft London Plan Examination in Public tries to address the housing supply and strategy along with growth and strategic regeneration. However, discussions are on about its relevance and … Read More »

Premium Properties of South and North Coasts of Cornwall are the Hot Spots Today

Friday, 29 July, 2016

When people think about places that have transformed unbelievably in the past two decades, Southern coast of Cornwall is amongst the top. Nobody had ever imagined that it would take such a dramatic twist. A place with mediocre public facilities and infrastructure in the last decade of the 20th century where unemployment rates were as … Read More »

Is London Losing Charm Because Of Stamp Duty?

Monday, 4 January, 2016

London has been the beloved place for property investment from ages. People do not hesitate in paying a hefty price with an anticipation of a phenomenal increase in the wealth after a few years.

Why Is London Digging Down For Basement Conversion?

Wednesday, 1 July, 2015

Super-basement conversion is the latest trend in London. It is the buzzword today, and builders and construction engineers get calls from everywhere in the city. Not only old constructions, but the owners of newly constructed houses also ask for it. People feel that it not only adds some extra space, but adds a value to … Read More »

Rapid Changing Skyline Of London Needs Special Attention For Sustaining The Charm

Friday, 15 May, 2015

London, the charming capital of the United Kingdom, possesses a glorious history. It truly depicts the inherent strengths of the British culture in the architecture. The city was a low-rise city till the last century. One or two-storied buildings with intricate carving and huge domes decorated the skyline in an elegant way. The situation changed … Read More »