Lifestyle _Nine things to think about before moving house.

Think you’re ready to move house? Make sure you’re fully prepared for the big day with our moving house checklist. Moving house is an exciting time, but anyone who has ever moved will tell you that the process of moving is also one of the most stressful. There’s so much to consider, from booking a removal van and sorting out your utilities, to arranging your broadband. There’s also the little things that can slip your mind, such as telling your […]

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Wardian Development , Canary Wharf,E14

Setting a New Standard of Living at the Wardian Development 31/01/2020 Described as a haven of peace and beauty in the heart of London, Wardian is one of the latest developments which is set to become one of London’s most exciting places to live. Located in E14, Wardian is placed in the centre of Canary Wharf’s busy financial district but offers its residents a beautiful sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Wardian development creates the perfect […]

London City Island E14

London City Island, Docklands E14 London City Island is an exclusive island neighbourhood for London, comprising contemporary residential apartments, lush, green landscaping, vibrant cultural quarter and water-frontage. These properties to buy in Docklands will offer luxury living in a one of the best connected new development sites in London. Current incentives London City Island are currently offering one of the following incentives on buildings Albion and Montagu which are due to complete in Q3-Q4 2020 The Development The apartments comprise a beautiful […]

Property Licencing

DEFINITIONS What is a HMO? A House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) is any residential property occupied by three or more people sharing facilities like a bathroom and/or kitchen who form two or more ‘households’. What is meant by the term ‘Household’? A household is either a single person or members of the same family who live together. A family includes people who are: Married couples or couples living together as married (including people in same-sex relationships) Relatives or half-relatives e.g. […]

5 avoidable mistakes too many Landlords make

As a landlord you’ll be aware that there are lots of things to consider when renting out a property, especially with so much legislation affecting lettings. But how are you performing as a landlord? Are you falling short of your tenants’ expectations and what is required of you by law? We talk you through the five avoidable mistakes that are most commonly made by landlords. 1. Not leaving enough time for marketing It’s a myth that tenants only look for […]