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DISCOVER THE CHEAPEST PROPERTY IN PRIME CENTRAL LONDON

Amongst the bustle of the theatre district in the West End of London and the busy Luxury Quarter offering the best designer brands around the world across Bond Street and Albermarle Street, resides the historic neighbourhood of Mayfair. As one of the most sought after residential areas in prime central London, Mayfair is home to a vast array of residents of all ages and nationalities. The diverse community brings a

How Gas Central Heating Systems Work

Most households in the UK use gas boilers for their central heating system. This is utilised to keep the house warm. Some systems, which are called the combination or combi-systems do not just make the temperature of the rooms warmer, but they also supply hot water to the shower and taps. What is a boiler? A boiler is one of the parts of the central heating system and can be

Rise in Overseas Buyers Securing Land for Development

The development and real estate sectors have been through a rough patch recently, as the economic crisis hit and turned profitable deals into minefields. But all that is changing. The global economic climate is hugely different now, and into the UK development field enter overseas investors eager to capitalise on changing fortunes. In particular, an influx of foreign investors has led to land in London being snapped up. Overseas investors

A Guide to the Best UK Cathedrals to Visit this Christmas

Cathedrals can be amongst the best places to visit during the festive period to get you in the Christmas spirit. As well as reminding you of the meaning behind the celebration, these magnificent buildings are always well-decorated with the choral sounds adding to the Christmassy vibe. Where ever you are in the UK, you won’t be too far away from a spectacular Cathedral. Historically city status was only granted to

What Is The Tories Policy On Inheritance Tax?

Despite the recent Conservative Party conference and the debate surrounding personal taxes, there has still been no mention of the Tories’ plans to deal with inheritance tax issues.   The Conservatives have been asked by media commentators and members of other parties to define their current position, since they have yet to make any real progress regarding the stated ambition in 2007 to increase the thresholds to £1m, so that