Monthly Archives: July 2018

Tower of London
Tuesday 03rd July 2018

The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, was founded towards the end of 1066. The castle was used as a prison from 1100 until 1952 when Kray twins were held there. A grand palace early in its history, it served as […]

Wimbledon Common Windmill and Tearooms
Monday 02nd July 2018

Living locally many of us will make a visit to Wimbledon Common, but not realise that the Windmill, which was built in 1817 l has a fascinating museum. There is much of interest for all ages, children and adults alike. And if you don’t have time for the full tour, […]

Market Update

This month we have entered the Wimbledon Tennis spirit with our window. Spirit is in evidence in the property market, although we would ideally like it to be a bit more of an active spirit! The good news for us is that we are creating sales and lettings at a […]

Dine on Deck

Living or working in Putney we have plenty of choice of restaurants. One stands out though with an idyllic scenic setting if you wish to eat alfresco and on the river, View94 offer both, and with very fine dining. Situated on the banks of the River Thames, at the foot […]

Putney Artists

Blue Bicycle by Joanna Bielska Looking for that piece of art to complete your home? It may be closer at hand than you might think, take a look at: There you will find work from a local artist or craftsperson, or you can or commission something. There is a […]

What’s on at Putney Arts Theatre

The Tempest – Outdoors by William Shakespeare 7th, 8th, 14th & 15th July 3pm in Putney Old Burial Ground The Twits 12th of July 2018 Group 64 Theatre for Young People bring Dahl’s classic tale vividly to life. Audition: Single Spies Monday 30th July at 7.30pm Monday 6th August at […]

Putney – A Thought-Provoking Novel

The moral lines we tread, the price of love and notions of consent. Award-winning author Sofka Zinovieff talks about her novel, Putney, about the moral lines we tread, the price of love and notions of consent at Bloomsbury HQ on 9 July. Watch this unique behind-the-scenes event for free online […]

Can You Be Plastic Free In July?

Take the Marine Conservation Society’s ‘Plastic Challenge’ to try and detox your life. With more plastic than fish (by weight) in our seas predicted to be a possibility by 2050, our reliance on plastic in all its forms is clear. The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) says, “We’re in a plastic […]

No more Rats!

With no traffic soon after the houses were built in the 1920’s Dover House Estate Residents’ Association Wins at last. Despite traffic humps Dover House Road is a major ‘rat run’ in the morning rush hour. After 12 years of relentless lobbying about the excessive rat running through the estate, […]

How is your Energy Rating?

From the 1st April 2018, landlords of relevant domestic private rented properties may not grant a tenancy to new or existing tenants if their property has an EPC rating of band F or G (as shown on a valid Energy Performance Certificate for the property) After 1st April 2020, landlords […]

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