Archive for March, 2014

Bloomberg Place

Saturday, March 29th, 2014

The gaping hole in the ground near Cannon Street Station is starting to give up its structure with the concrete cores for the new Bloomberg Place HQ emerging skywards. The ten floor towers will be linked by sky bridges and initial drawings of the scheme show a high degree of ...

HS2 to Increase Property Values

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

After much will they won't they it finally looks like HS2 (High Speed 2) will be given the green signal. Linking the north of England and eventually Scotland to the Capital. Recent announcements have outlined an updated proposal, where the Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds hubs are joined and then connected in ...

London Property Values to Benefit

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

This weekend's Telegraph newspaper reports a new wave of money washing in to London's real estate sector. This time instability in the Ukraine and Crimea regions has forced wealthy investors to increase spend in one of the perceived safe capitals of global real estate, namely London. The bulge bracket deals with domestic ...

The Model S has landed

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Coming from a stable which will send craft to space and people at high velocity in a circuit linking LA to San Francisco, there is little surprise that the all new Model S from Tesla in the US is a high tech piece of mastery. Confronting range anxiety head on, ...

A green and pleasant land

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

The Celtic Tiger (AKA Ireland) roars back post boom and downturn. US investment in the country is still high with funding also coming from as far afield as China and South America. Pictured Ballinacurra House, near Kinsale, open for business.