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April 2018 Breaking News!
Sunday 08th April 2018

It has only taken nearly 40 years. The 1979 Estate agents Act gave powers for a government to impose licencing of agents, despite lobbying over many years by the professional bodies it is only now that this is being given the attention it deserves. Last Sunday this announcement was made. […]

Suddenly we are into the 2nd quarter of 2018

Its been a long dreary winter, but then it also seems hardly possible its April already. The first 3 months have certainly been hectic for us with new business for both sales and lettings comfortably outstripping what we were doing in the same period last year. Property is much is […]

Regulation also comes to the Letting Industry

Government announced on the first of April (and it was not an April Fools joke) its response to recent consultations on industry regulation and Client Money Protection in England. If passed, the new measures will mean that agents will be required to adhere to a new Code of Practice and […]

Two Local Mothers Launch Children’s Book

Two Putney mothers, author Ruby Lovell and illustrator Zara Merrick, successfully launched their new children’s book, ‘Ruby Rides an Elephant’, at Waterstones in the Putney Exchange on Saturday 24th March. The book, aimed at 3-8 years old, is their first publication. It is an exciting adventure set in Sri Lanka […]

The Wallace and Frick Collections and their Connection with Knole

The Wallace and Frick Collections and their Connection with Knole The next meeting of the Arts Society South West London Putney Events On the 14 May Hilary Williams will be talking about The Wallace and Frick Collections and their Connection with Knole in a talk organised by the local Arts […]

Run for the RHN!

Join the RHN team and receive expert advice and support Run the iconic London Marathon next year, whilst supporting the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability. Join the team and receive a number of benefits – expert training and fundraising advice, a training run and pasta lunch at the hospital, your own […]

Police Car Caught In High Tides

On Sunday (1 April) a police car was left on Putney Embankment and was caught by the exceptionally high tide on that day – the wittiest caption to this video wins a bottle of Champagne! Please send your answers to info@allanfuller.com

Architects Make Plea To Conserve Alton Estate

A group of leading architects have signed a letter calling for plans to redevelop the Alton Estate to be abandoned. They are asking that Allbrook House and Roehampton Library be conserved. Signatories include Lord Rogers and David Adjaye as well as past presidents of RIBA, the architects’ professional body and […]

Southfields Fazl Mosque Gains Grade II Listed Status

An iconic Wandsworth building has been given special listed status in recognition of its architectural and historic importance. The Fazl Mosque in Southfields has been listed as a Grade II building by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The mosque is the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community and […]

What’s on at Putney Arts Theatre
Saturday 03rd March 2018

Audition: The Tempest Join our summer spectacular – with both inside and outdoor performances Sunday 11 March 6.00pm Monday 12 March 7.30pm Audition: Fate Expectations A New Writing Ensemble Project! 15th March @ 7.30pm 25th March @ 3pm The Ceasefire Babies The Ceasefire Babies By Fiona Doyle Thursday 22nd – […]

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