Where have all the houses gone ?

Where have all the houses gone ?

Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, has set a target for building 65,000 new homes each year with half of these to be “affordable”. In 2017, 39,650 new dwellings were built within Greater London. That’s 25,350 less than the target. Over the last ten years the average completions have been around...

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Mamounia Lounge in Knightsbridge launches new a la carte menu

Mamounia Lounge in Knightsbridge launches new a la carte menu

Middle Eastern restaurant and cocktail bar, Mamounia Lounge, located in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea’s Knightsbridge has unveiled a new A La Carte menu – and the food is divine! The new offering combines the venue’s traditional Moroccan and Lebanese cooking with contemporary flavours and serves many of the...

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Chelsea Antiques Fair Returns Following Town Hall Refurbishment

Chelsea Antiques Fair Returns Following Town Hall Refurbishment

The Chelsea Antiques Fair takes place from 20th – 24th March and returns to its venerable King’s Road venue, Chelsea Old Town Hall, after a year’s absence when the hall been restored and redecorated. ‘This has been the first time since 1950 that the fair has taken a break,’ explains...

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Royal Hospital Chelsea and The Royal Parks host multi-media exhibition commemorating the transition from WW1 into peace

Royal Hospital Chelsea and The Royal Parks host multi-media exhibition commemorating the transition from WW1 into peace

Exhibition commemorates centenary of signing of Treaty of Versailles, June 28 2019 The Royal Hospital Chelsea will host a unique multimedia exhibition charting the roles of The Royal Parks and the Royal Hospital during World War 1 and into peace time, ahead of the 100-year anniversary of the signing of...

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