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About Allan Fuller Estate Agents
While the covid19 situation is continuing we are fully functioning and we will respond to all communications via phone and email as quickly as possible. All viewings and office visits are by appointment only and will be adhered to and in line with government guidelines.
So we fully expect to be able to provide a full and extensive service to existing and new customers. If you are looking to purchase or rent a property, or have a property valued and assessed for sale or letting please do contact us. For our hundreds of tenants and landlords just get in touch in the normal way.
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Allan's July Market Update
The big question is what happens next to property. Form what we are finding there is still a great interest in local property, houses that we have put on the market this month have attracted considerable interest and several with multiple offers from keen buyers. The need for more space and gardens is very apparent, created no doubt from people continuing to work fully, or partially from home, as well as a big interest in pet ownership.
Putney with its wide variety of open spaces being a very popular destination for pooches and their owners.
We set up this side of our business a little while ago, since then it has consistently grown in size as we take over managing an increasing number of buildings. Due to the growth we have continued to increase the team dealing with this specialisation.
Managing entire buildings, looking after the interests of flat owners and all occupants carries vast responsibility. We have to keep up to date with all legislation, much more is due soon in respect of building safety which has stemmed from the tragedy of Grenfell.
Our two most senior managers overseeing this part of our business have over 50 years’ experience behind them and are totally dedicated to providing the best possible service. We concentrate mainly on local buildings so that we can be rapidly accessible when needed.
Always keen to innovate we have our own drone which is incredibly useful and very cost effective for inspecting roofs and upper parts of buildings which otherwise need the cost of a cherry picker or scaffolding.
Calling London Underground
The first stations, including Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus and Bank, will be upgraded with 4G coverage by the end of 2022, with the remainder of the Tube network to be upgraded in the following two years.
Full mobile connectivity and internet access is promised within every station and tunnel. It follows a pilot of 4G coverage on the Jubilee Line between Westminster and Canary Wharf that began in March last year.
The expansion of mobile network coverage on the Tube was one of the first pledges made during Sadiq Khan’s re-election campaign, and the Mayor of London has said improving digital connectivity is “central” to the capital’s economic recovery.
Mr Khan said, “I promised Londoners that if they re-elected me for a second term as Mayor I would deliver 4G throughout the Tube network. It’s already up and running on the eastern half of the Jubilee line and I’m delighted to announced today that I am fulfilling that commitment and full internet access will be available across the Tube, with key central London stations such as Oxford Circus and Euston set to benefit before the end of next year. “Protecting jobs and stimulating our city’s economy is a top priority for me as London rebuilds after this pandemic, and investing in London’s connectivity and digital infrastructure is central to this.”
The rollout will see a “backbone” of fibre cables installed along Tube tunnels that will allow for 4G and eventually 5G connectivity, and Sadiq Khan has pledged £30 million to connect the “backbone” to nearby buildings to provide greater network connectivity.
John Dickie, CEO of business campaigning group London First, says the decision to expand 4G coverage on the Tube is “great news for London” and that it will “give the city’s recovery a boost”. Mr Dickie said, “The increase in connectivity and productivity this investment will bring is welcome news for businesses and passengers alike.
“The new fibre backbone’s effects will go beyond transport, helping the whole of London to get high speed connectivity and supporting the capital in the race to harness smart city technology to improve urban life.”