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Architect in the House - Peter Morris Architects

Join the ‘Architect in the House’ scheme to receive professional architectural advice and support Shelter

Local homeowners who are thinking of a design revamp in the near future may be very pleased to hear about the new initiative ‘Architect in the House’ – one which also benefits the housing and homelessness charity Shelter. Local architect Peter Morris and his architectural practice Peter Morris Architects are taking part in this scheme, [...]

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12 of the UK’s 20 most expensive streets in Kensington & Chelsea

House price and property valuation website MousePrice.com have released their annual list of the UK’s most expensive streets, organised by region and then collated into one list for the country as a whole. Somewhat surprisingly (I would have thought there would be some expensive addresses somewhere else in the country!), the UK’s top 20 most [...]

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Kensington & Chelsea property news roundup

Barely a week goes by without more news and stats about the property market in London and, given the affluent status of the borough, most mention Kensington & Chelsea! Here’s a roundup of some recent news: Easier Property reports on a recent Primelocation.com study which reviewed the size of properties that £1 million gets you. [...]

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Latest property news for Kensington & Notting Hill

There’s been a number of recent articles in the press on everyone’s favourite topic – property prices – and what they’re doing in the borough of Kensington & Chelsea and Notting Hill. The latest article is published in today’s Evening Standard. House prices have risen by 51% in the “bonus belt” – areas of London [...]

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High end Notting Hill property is selling again

Yesterday’s Evening Standard reported that recent resurgance of big, fat bank bonuses has cause property prices to rise in some prime London areas – including Kensington and Notting Hill, and other upmarket parts of the capital such as Holland Park and Chelsea. The resurgence means that a number of properties in some prime streets are [...]

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