London Property News: Renting
21 August 2015
If you are considering a move to London, then you might want to know more about the Docklands to see if the area is for you. Docklands estate agents can tell you all about the area, from its long history to the current developments that make it an ideal place to live. Read on to find out more.
London is a leading global city comprising of 32 boroughs, with London Docklands stretching almost 9 square miles between Tower Bridge and Woolwich, … Read more ›
07 August 2015
Vauxhall is a district in Central London, located in the Borough of Lambeth. The area was once considered one of the less desirable places to live in London as it was perceived as run down and traffic congested. However, since the Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership, established in 2010, Vauxhall has improved considerably. The partnership aims to improve and drive forward the transformation of the entire district of Central London. As a result, Vauxhall is one of the up and coming … Read more ›
24 July 2015
Nine Elms is a great place to live in London due to its fantastic location in Zone One, with excellent transport access. However, the industrial history of the area has significantly lowered its popularity. Nevertheless, Nine Elms has been improving lately due to massive regeneration. Read on for more information.
01 July 2015
Developer Dalian Wanda Group has announced the contractors chosen to build a landmark development that looks set to create more property to let in Nine Elms.
CI-ONE has been chosen as the primary contractor on the project to build the One Nine Elms building after the work, worth £900 million, was put out to international tender. There has already been more than 12 months of work preparing the site, and construction work on the landmark development is now imminent. The project … Read more ›
05 June 2015
Nine Elms is a district of London in the north-eastern corner of the London Borough of Wandsworth between Battersea and Vauxhall. Within Nine Elms is central London’s last industrial district, described as largely derelict and in need of regeneration. Nine Elms is the final part of the South Bank – dubbed London’s ‘Third City’ – to be renewed and transformed. The area consists of 195 hectares of land on the South Bank of the River Thames, under a mile … Read more ›
18 May 2015
Renting has had an interesting history in the UK. Up until the late 1960s it was considered a normal option for people of all social classes, but after this time, due to a number of problems involving rogue landlords, it fell out of favour and was considered more downmarket and less desirable.
The total number of people renting across Britain has doubled in the last ten years or so up to almost five million. This is reflected in the pattern across … Read more ›