Excellently located in a sought-after Clerkenwell location close to the fashionable area of Hatton Garden and Leather Lane, this is a stunning two bedroomed, third floor flat (with lift) that also benefits from a private balcony on a quiet and peaceful street.

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Master bedroom, Hatton Place

Master bedroom, Hatton Place

Stylish kitchen

Stylish kitchen

Comfortable living room

Comfortable living room

– Trains every 5 minutes between Dalston Junction and Surrey Quays
– 20 new trains
– Four new stations

The East London will be finished on time and within budget and will open on 14th May 2010. The trains that will begin service are brand new, airy and comfortable. Each of the carriages is properly air-conditioned. The stations look absolutely fantastic.

The new line’s most sensational feature, the brand new station at Shoreditch High Street, sits entombed in a developer’s cocoon, so that when the economy picks up, flats, businesses and shops can be built around and upon it.

The East London Line will plug South Hackney into the tube system with connections at Highbury and Islington and Whitechapel. Whitechapel will become the key transport hub in central east London as the Crossrail will pass through it.

Findlay Property’s roving photographer captured the new trains going through some trial runs:

Haggerston Station

Haggerston Station with Haggerston park behind

East London Line looking south towards the canal from Haggerston

East London Line looking south

An historian, archaeologist and actor may be an odd combination for the directors of a property management firm, but for Findlay Property, it is working well.

Earlier this year, Irish directors Simon McDonnell, John Walsh and Jean-Paul Van Cauwelaert led a management buyout of the London-based company, which manages residential property in central London for non-resident landlords.


What do you get when you mix an Archaeologist, an Actor and an Historian?

What do you get when you mix an Archaeologist, an Actor and an Historian?

The Bank of England today kept interest rates at a record low of 0.5 per cent and made no increase to its unprecedented scheme of pumping money into an economy struggling to get back on its feet.

The decision was widely expected and analysts expect no change in monetary policy until much later this year as the central bank waits for a clearer recovery from the worst economic downturn since World War II.

If anything, BoE policymakers have left the door open to more monetary easing in the form of expanding their £200 billion scheme to buy assets with newly created money — quantitative easing in the jargon — if the economy worsens.

U.K. house prices probably won’t fall this year as the shortage of homes and low interest rates support the property market, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors said.

“With housing supply continuing to be tight and interest rates likely to remain low, it seems unlikely that prices will dip again,” the London-based lobby group said in a statement. “Activity will still be constrained, so that recovery will continue to be slow, particularly outside of London and the southeast.”

Source: RICS

The pound has tumbled to a 10-month low as fears grow the UK will have a hung parliament in the forthcoming election.

The currency fell 1.7% to drop below the $1.50 level against the dollar for the first time since May. It has lost 7% against the dollar this year.

The pound also fell against the euro and most other major currencies.

The weak pound is good news for property investors, as UK house prices become cheaper to buyers from overseas.

Source: BBC

– Secure front entrance
– Stylish bright living space
– Stunning south facing garden
– 3 double bedrooms maisonette
– Quiet residential road in the heart of London Fields
– Recently decorated to a high standard

Imagine living here!

Imagine living here!

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Massive 5 double bedroom Victorian house available in mid March.

Property benefits from it’s close proximity to London Fields Park, Broadway Market and easy access to City.

Comprises of:
– 5 double bedrooms with polished wooden floor boards
– Seperate kitchen
– Seperate lounge area
– Large south facing private garden.
– 2 Shower rooms with w/c

Lovely back garden

Lovely back garden

Must be seen!

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The Bank of England has decided against further quantitative easing (QE), the policy designed to stimulate growth in the UK economy.

Under QE, the Bank has pumped new money into the economy by buying assets such as government bonds, as a way to boost lending by commercial banks.

Last week, it revealed it had spent all of the £200bn it created for QE.

The Bank also kept interest rates on hold at a record low 0.5% for the 11th consecutive month.