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Starting in July, the LEN (Low Emission Neighbourhood) scheme comes into effect in Shoreditch. Here's more information.
After closing in 2013, most Soho residents and workers thought they’d seen the end of the Alphabet. However, plans are afoot to re-open it; this time in a brand-new location.
Here’s further information about the project, and what you can expect to see when it’s completed.
If you’re thinking of investing in commercial property in London or renting premises in this area, here’s more information about office take-up after Brexit.
If you’re in the capital and looking to brush up on your architectural knowledge, here’s some of the best events happening over the next few months.
Here are just a few of the best converted properties in the Hackney area to inspire you.
Do you live in the Dalston area? If so, there’s a chance that you may have to pay additional tax in the future, thanks to the forthcoming arrival of Crossrail 2. Here’s further information.
Guardians of the Arches, who started off as a collective of business owners / tenants in Hackney, are on a mission to stop this from happening. Here’s more information.
What did Wenger and Arsenal FC do for the people of Islington? Here’s a brief overview.
If you’re eager to find out more about Shoreditch’s art scene, here’s our guide to the latest things happening in the area.
The month-long event is coming to a close, so if you haven’t checked it out yet, you’ve got one week left to get involved.
Here’s a run-through of the best stories from Shoreditch recently, all of them guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
If you’re keen to learn more about the proposed plans for Dalston, read on.
Soho has so much to celebrate, from inventive additions to the city’s nightlife to new music, food and art. Here’s a roundup of some of Soho’s more positive, smile-inducing, recent news.
Old Street Roundabout is one of London’s most famous icons, but get your selfies in while you can, because it won’t be around much longer. Here’s more information about the submitted ideas.
The Creative Enterprise Zone, introduced by the Mayor in 2017, is a bid to support creative and artistic endeavours throughout Hackney. Here's more information about the potential changes to the area.
The Mayor of London, in conjunction with Westminster City Council, has been developing plans to eliminate vehicles in the area, creating an entirely pedestrianised zone. Here’s more information.
What do the proposed changes mean for traffic, businesses, and more? Here’s what you need to know.
Here’s a regular feature rounding-up all the feel-good news stories from our local areas. This week: Hackney.