A charity set up by a London agent is organising a Kenyan festival in a pop-up space in Embankment Gardens.
Over 1,500 jobs were saved back in July when retailer Internacionale entered into a pre-pack arrangement in which it was bought by a new company backed by existing shareholders.
“Here is something that would never happen in London. A major law firm’s lease comes to an end; the landlord doesn’t appoint lawyers or surveyors.”
Sir, I agree with deputy mayor Richard Blakeway’s view that new types of housing will come to market in the years to come, including the expansion of intermediate stock and rented accommodation, which will help to retain residents of all income ranges in the capital (Tale of two Londons, 15.11.13, right).
Ludgate is happy to announce the winner of the Year in Lookalikes competition.
There was limping and groaning at Ludgate House last Friday — the day after a five-a-side football outing that hurt limbs and pride.
Former Drivers Jonas managing partner Nick Shepherd demonstrated an unlikely subject of expertise at last week’s annual Mayfair Capital Investment Management charity quiz: the line-up of boy band One Direction.
Ludgate thinks that Hannah Moxon, a recently appointed graduate surveyor in the natural resources division of Harworth Estates, bears a striking resemblance to Harry Potter and Bling Ring actress Emma Watson.
Property Week Podcast
Get Living London’s chief executive was interviewed in depth by Property Week Podcast presenter James Max last week, revealing many of the intricacies of running East Village in Stratford, the UK’s biggest new private rented residential scheme.