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Aug 22nd 2019

One in six Britons who undertake DIY projects in the home have injured themselves in the process, recent research has revealed*. One of the leading cause of accidents in the UK are falls from ladders, with 6,372 admissions to NHS hospitals between 2017/18. From balancing on chairs when using power tools to perching on window-sills to […]

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Aug 16th 2019

Londoners spend much of their lives in cramped spaces – on heaving platforms, packed tubes, busy pavements or in crowded pubs and restaurants. So when they get home, it’s understandable that they’d want some space to spread out. Unfortunately, many Londoners have to live in cramped homes too. If you live in the capital and […]

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Aug 10th 2019

Smartphone users can now collect data from their gardens. Climate change-induced weather events and intensive agricultural practices have led to a global soil crisis that will exacerbate worldwide hunger and food shortages, an issue that could potentially affect approximately 1.3 billion people. Given that around 95 % of human sustenance is grown from soil, the Food […]

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Aug 4th 2019

Turnover for Chiswick property continues to go from bad to worse with the number of sales dropping to historic lows. As reported on local news website ChiswickW4.com, during the second quarter of this year 68 transactions were reported to the Land Registry, extending a period of exceptionally low activity for the past two years. This figure […]

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Jul 20th 2019

A poll of 2,000 people who have moved home has revealed the most common disasters likely to cause them stress and sleepless nights. Happy Beds commissioned the research as part of its Moving Home campaign. Half of homeowners have experienced a ‘fail’ on moving day, according to the study. Thirty-one per cent have proudly brought a […]

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Jul 16th 2019

Perhaps you want to buy in the catchment area of a school in W4? Maybe you want to be near the shops and amenities in Chiswick High Road? Or maybe you want to be near the District Line or London Overground for your commute? A new poll by Broadband Choices has revealed the five most important […]

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Jul 8th 2019

Smart technology has been used to enhance and improve a wide range of different kitchen appliances including ovens, fridges, microwaves and more. These smart appliances are more expensive but they are said to offer more, including making more difficult time-consuming jobs, easier. Smart Ovens  These ovens look sleek and stylish and offer faster, smoother cooking […]

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Jul 2nd 2019

While Londoners enjoy the sizzling temperatures, the Royal Society for Protection of Birds has issued a hot weather warning asking people to help all wildlife in their gardens. The nature charity is appealing to people to put out fresh, clean water as the hot weather could be causing natural water sources to dry up. This […]

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Jul 1st 2019

New research reveals how some of British TV’s most iconic homes would be valued across England in today’s market. The data reveals a rather sizeable disparity in housing prices across the nation for the cost of the same property, from the most expensive area in the heart of Chelsea (SW3), to the cheapest in Newcastle’s satellite towns. […]

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Jun 17th 2019

We are a nation obsessed with owning property. Our home is our castle, it cannot be stolen from us. It is tangible and solid and could never be sold from under our feet. This is not the case. Property fraud is on the increase. The Land Registry has prevented 279 fraudulent registrations with a combined value […]

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