New figures show sellers paid over £9,000 on average in agent fees on each property sale during 2014.Read the full story ›
A new mansion on The Bishops Avenue in Hampstead has been bought for £33.7m.Read the full story ›
New figures show prices in part of South London jumped by more than 20 percent last year as more Londoners compromise on a central location.Read the full story ›
It's so pricey that a simple waste bin takes up £6,300 worth of space.Read the full story ›
The first train may not roll along the Crossrail route until 2018. But for some the effects could be felt long before then.Read the full story ›
A new report released today reveals that child hunger and poverty in London are dramatically affecting children's ability to learn.
More than 80 percent of teachers in London say that children are eating the wrong foods in the morning, and most say they can tell just by watching their behaviour at school.
The report, by charity Magic Breakfast, is part of the 'Feed Their Future' campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the impact of child hunger on education.
It also found:
- Over a quarter of London teachers do not believe parents can identify what a nutritious breakfast is
- Nearly 60% of children also do not know what a nutritious breakfast is
- 23% of parents living in the city say that food is getting so expensive they have had to cut down on breakfasts
- Up to 60% of parents let their children eat anything in the morning, just so they eat something
Boat enthusiasts have just over a week to catch a glimpse of some of the world's most luxurious boats at The London International Boat Show. It attracted large crowds on its opening day, along with some star power. Singer Nicole Scherzinger attended the event, unveiling Sunseeker International's new boat, the Predator 57.
There are close to 400 boats on show, which range in value from just £300 to £4.5 million. The biggest boat at the event is the Sunseeker 28 Metre Yacht measuring 92ft. On the other end of the scale is the 8ft RibeyeTL240. It is the show's 61st event. It runs until Sunday January 18.
Lower house prices and cheaper train travel mean Basildon has been crowned the most affordable place for workers to live.Read the full story ›
The Boxing Day sales got off to a flying start with shops reporting a surge in business during the first hour of trading.Read the full story ›