Karen Buck MP gains government backing for bill helping tenants tackle rogue landlords

Karen Buck MP gains government backing for bill helping tenants tackle rogue landlords

Karen Buck MP (Labour) has gained bipartisan support for a proposal that will allow tenants to take legal action against landlords who fail to maintain safe standards for rented homes.  As part of the proposal, landlords must ensure that rental properties meet the required standards for rental homes at the...

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Woman in Westminster: Elizabeth Crowther-Hunt, Chief Executive of Westminster Business Council

Woman in Westminster: Elizabeth Crowther-Hunt, Chief Executive of Westminster Business Council

There are approximately 50,000 Westminster-based businesses that contribute £55.7 billion to the UK economy, more than the City and Canary Wharf combined. A staggering figure, particularly in an age of heightened uncertainty caused by Brexit and ongoing terror threats. Supporting such businesses is no easy feat, and it is a...

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All smiles and cheers at this year’s ActiveWestminster Awards

All smiles and cheers at this year’s ActiveWestminster Awards

The ActiveWestminster Awards were celebrated in fine fashion this year. Held at the Lords, the Home of Cricket, the ground proved to be a fitting venue for the wide array of talent that was on display. Entering into the reception area, guests were greeted with the sweet euphony of Mariah...

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Young entrepreneur combines style with substance in his latest collaboration with Oxfam

Young entrepreneur combines style with substance in his latest collaboration with Oxfam

At just 14 years old, a young Sacha Jordan Mattey decided to take his passion for design into the real world by setting up his own company that specialised in casual wear clothing. Since then, the St Paul’s student has continued to pursue his interest in design by releasing more...

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Former St James Senior Girls’ School Pupils achieve success at the ISA 2017 National Art Competition

Former St James Senior Girls’ School Pupils achieve success at the ISA 2017 National Art Competition

Congratulations to alumnae Hayley Page and Marie Saunders who have now achieved success at the ISA 2017 National Art Competition, following their recent success at the London North regional heats. Hayley has won the 2D Art Individual KS5 category for her painting ‘Social’ (pictured) and Marie Saunders was Highly Commended...

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Year 9 St James Senior Girls’ School pupil to be a finalist in The Write Stuff 2017 Competition

Year 9 St James Senior Girls’ School pupil to be a finalist in The Write Stuff 2017 Competition

Congratulations to Katie Stott, a Year 9 pupil at St James Senior Girls’ School (www.stjamesgirls.co.uk), who has recently discovered she is a finalist in The Write Stuff 2017 competition (in association with The Sunday Times). The competition, aimed at girls aged 11-16, was launched in March and entrants were asked to write...

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The Chelsea Jewellers

The Chelsea Jewellers

The Chelsea Jewellers is the newest gem in the heart of Chelsea. Conveniently located just off the Kings Road in the long established “The Antiques Arcade” 151 Sydney street. Their varied jewellery collection includes stunning pieces in 18ct  and 9ct gold, as well as silver, meaning they have a range...

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Kensington Park School appoints Paul Vanni from St Paul’s Girls’ School as Head Master

Kensington Park School appoints Paul Vanni from St Paul’s Girls’ School as Head Master

Kensington Park School (KPS), a new independent school in central London for boys and girls aged 11 to 18, is delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Vanni as Head Master. Paul is Deputy Head of St Paul’s Girls’ School and will join a number of his former colleagues from...

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Hammersmith Town Hall redevelopment

Hammersmith Town Hall redevelopment

A public consultation will open tomorrow (Thursday 9th November) on the proposals to redevelop Hammersmith Town Hall on King Street and build a new cinema. There are also plans to regenerate the street’s immediate vicinity. The regeneration includes a new public square in front on the town hall, affordable housing...

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‘One bin is rubbish – sort it out!’ Recycle For London launch new campaign to help K&C Residents get creative with their recycle storage

‘One bin is rubbish – sort it out!’ Recycle For London launch new campaign to help K&C Residents get creative with their recycle storage

Most Londoners would agree that recycling is important; it saves energy, it conserves natural resources, and it reduces the amount greenhouse gas emissions that affect the global climate change. The list is endless. And yet still, many of us do not recycle. No fingers shall be pointed. In fact, the...

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