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Tiny London Flat Goes Viral

4th June 2014

Property prices in the capital are booming once again after the financial downturn making it difficult for anyone wanting to live in London to locate ‘digs’ at a reasonable price. However, what you wouldn’t expect is to have to live in a flat so self-contained that the bed you sleep in lies a matter of...

Make A Conservatory The Host Venue For Those Summer Parties

15th May 2014

All the lovely weather we will hopefully be experiencing over the next few months is almost certain to make you want to invite people round to the house and spend time both indoors and outdoors. The summer BBQ is an absolute necessity for starters. Pop down to the supermarket for sausages, chicken legs, chicken drumsticks,...

A Further Record-Breaking Addition Set For London’s Skyline

8th May 2014

Before the construction and opening of Canary Wharf in 1988, there were relatively few lofty glass buildings within the city of London; how times change! Fast forward just over a decade and glass-built landmarks such as the Gherkin, the Shard, the Walkie-Talkie and the Cheesegrater now dominate the capital’s skyline. Famous structures soon to be...

Construction Commences On The Tallest Building In The World

22nd April 2014

The Burj Khalifa’s stint as the world’s official tallest building is set to come to an end in five years’ time as work is set to get underway on the Kingdom Tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, a glass structure set to span an incredible one kilometre high (3280 feet.) When completed, it will measure a...

Ways To Keep Your Kids Occupied In The Home This Easter

9th April 2014

Oh to be a kid again. Thousands of UK schoolchildren have commenced or are about to enjoy their Easter break which in many cases usually means about 2 weeks away from the rigours of studying and homework. As a parent, whilst you will obviously understand them wanting to recharge the batteries and fully rest ahead...

The UK Is About To Get A Whole Lot Taller!

24th March 2014

Despite their relatively new existence, buildings such as the Shard and the Gherkin in London, and the Beetham Tower in Manchester, have achieved instant iconic status, partly because they’re so striking in design, but mostly due to the sheer scale of their stature. They stand like a beacon in their respective cities and are testament...

Gain A Taste Of India In The World’s Most Expensive House

4th March 2014

Where would you presume the world’s most expensive house is situated? London, New York, Dubai, Shanghai, Tokyo? No, it can actually be found in the heart of Mumbai, the capital city formerly known as Bombay, and is worth an estimated $1-2 billion. Called Antilia, the building is owned by the richest man in India, Mukesh...

The World’s Smallest Skyscraper, The Ultimate Con

24th February 2014

When you hear the word ‘skyscraper’ the first thing that comes into your mind is a massively tall structure such as the Shard or Empire State building. What you wouldn’t expect to see is a building measuring just 12 metres in height. The Newby-McMahon building in Wichita Falls, Texas, holds the dubious honour of being...

A Famous Entrance: The Front Doors You Might Recognise

6th February 2014

They say that first impressions count and nowhere is that more true than at your home. People have a tendency to instantly make a judgement on your home before they even step through the front door and it’s funny we should mention the front door as its appearance can have a huge influence on their...

Ways Of Beating The Big Freeze Indoors

21st January 2014

It would be fair to say that compared to recent winters, the past few months haven’t been as cold as you would normally expect at this time of the year (touch wood!). But it’s worth bearing in mind that just two years ago, certain parts of Britain were hit by as much as 10cm of...

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