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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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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March 20th, Funders & Founders Networking Reception

March 20th, Funders & Founders Networking Reception

It’s a productive party and you’re invited! So if you’re looking to connect with top lenders and investors and grow your business – get ready. In celebration of BFS’ 4th annual Business Funding Show, they’re organising this funders and founders networking reception. So, in case you missed their annual expo...

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AI in healthcare: the rise of robotics in rehabilitation and surgery

AI in healthcare: the rise of robotics in rehabilitation and surgery

A data-driven future is on healthcare’s horizon with ninety percent of NHS jobs set to require digital skills in the next twenty years. Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) could save 5.7m hours of GPs time across the country, according to a recent report led by Dr Eric Topol, Founder of...

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Inspiring the next-generation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Inspiring the next-generation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Statistics have shown the number of women working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (WISE) industries is at a dismal twenty-five percent, according to the WISE Campaign. Whilst the gender-gap is on the gradual decrease, women remain underrepresented making up less than half of Science Professionals (43.2%). Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon...

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Breast cancer risk to 1.4 million Londoners

Breast cancer risk to 1.4 million Londoners

A quarter of women in London (24%) are putting their health at risk, having either never checked their breasts for cancer or cannot remember the last time they did, according to new research from BUPA and HCA Healthcare UK. Breast cancer is the UK’s most common type of cancer and...

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A Mindful Education

A Mindful Education

Schools should, unquestionably, be sanctuaries of empathy where heart-felt, non-judgmental,present moment awareness is witnessed in the interactions between adults and children.Working with an attitude of mindfulness for best practice in schools should be at the forefront of all education policy, planning and curriculum delivery. Children should inhabit learning spaces which...

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Individual collectors spent $1.7 billion on paintings, research finds

Individual collectors spent $1.7 billion on paintings, research finds

The art world is notoriously obscure. From private buyers and secret sales to prized paintings simply disappearing, even the most enthusiastic art lovers can find themselves lost in the art world. Whatever happened to van Gogh’s The Portrait of Dr Gachet? And, why is de Kooning’s Interchangeworth so much? Together with art historian...

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New Local Charity Supporting Children and Young People with Complex Educational Needs and Disabilities

New Local Charity Supporting Children and Young People with Complex Educational Needs and Disabilities

Children and young people at the Federation of Westminster Special Schools (FWSS) are set to benefit from a new local charity. The FWSS Charity Fund has been established to raise funds to enhance the education of children and young people at the Federation’s special schools: College Park School (for children...

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