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17 May

Homes in quiet cul-de-sacs – in pictures

Get away from busy traffic with these peaceful properties, from Hampshire to West Yorkshire Continue reading… Continue Reading

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17 May

Boom or Bust #PowerLesson

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15 May

London’s King’s Cross Reborn | The B1M

From its rise as an industrial rail hub during the industrial revolution to the lows of its post-war decline, London's King's Cross is now being reborn for the 21st century. For more by The B1M subscribe now: http://ow.ly/GxW7y Read the…

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13 May

The UK desperately needs new homes – but not these hideous boxes

Even the housing minister admits the soulless developments gobbling up Britain’s countryside will soon have to be bulldozedA glance through the window of virtually any long-distance train reveals how much countryside is being gobbled up by identikit, soulless, mediocre housing designed around...

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13 May

We're nearing 40 – is it too late to buy our first property?

We thought we would never buy, but just came into some money and are wondering about a mortgageQ We are at a complete loss. We never imagined that we would be in a position to buy property as we have struggled for...

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11 May

Super rich buying up Italy's mansions under new tax regime

‘You get the same sort of tax savings you get in Jersey but you get to live somewhere you actually want to live’Luxury Tuscan estate agent Ian Heath is developing a taste for private jets. “It’s not that unusual anymore,” Heath says...

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10 May

Let’s move to Hornsey, north London: pricey, yes, but not bad for these parts

Slightly more affordable than its posh neighbours, and it still has a ‘proper’ high street, nice parks and stout Edwardian pubsWhat’s going for it? I like a hill. I live on a hill. I get claustrophobic in the vast, mostly hill-free (or...

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