25 March, 2020
Is Shoreditch The Epicentre Of The UK Food Scene?
In the latest iteration of the World’s 50 Best lists, two British restaurants were announced in Singapore recently, but what makes them even more interesting is that The Clove Club and Lyle’s, the aforementioned listed restaurants, are only a couple of hundred yards from each other in Shoreditch. During the first two decades of […]
17 March, 2020
HOW WILL THE ELIZABETH LINE BENEFIT SHOREDITCH?
The highly anticipated opening of the Elizabeth Line in summer of 2021 will connect Reading in the West right through to the financial epicentre of London to Shenfield in the East; boosting jobs and economic prosperity across the capital. The Crossrail Project, set to be operated by Transport for London, will streamline commutes […]
16 March, 2020
New High Street For Shoreditch
As railway arches are being turned in to artisan foodie hubs, and thousands of new homes being built in the neighbourhood, Shoreditch is ready for its new ‘high street’, according to Homes and Property. Currently, the Goodsyard scheme, which has been in the planning stage for 18 years, is waiting on Mayor Sadiq Khan’s […]
9 March, 2020
Why Spitalfields Is Becoming The Cultural Hub Of London
London is full of interesting cultural venues and events, but Spitalfields is giving other more established areas of the capital a run for their money with its exciting programme of activities and places to visit. If you are considering a commercial property in Spitalfields, these sensational venues and events could just be the impetus […]
6 March, 2020
WICK-ED PLACES TO GO TO AFTER WORK IN HACKNEY WICK
Hackney Wick has renounced its former title for being the desolate industrial hot spot of London. Since the 2012 Olympic Games, the area’s regeneration has transformed Hackney Wick into a thriving business district. The vibrant commercial quarter oozes coolness with eclectic street art, and an array of trendy bars and restaurants. Hackney Wick trumpets individuality […]