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As the UK economy slumps towards 2010, what are the prospects for the housing market over the coming years?

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Thoughtful
 06 Mar '18  11:13 : 0 recs

Well little c I enjoyed my brief stay in London but I wouldn’t like to live there !

The view from the Shard was very impressive as was the recent TV programme about its funding and construction !

The Tower of London was also impressive but it seemed rather strange to be asked to make a contribution to its upkeep as well as paying an entrance fee ?

I wonder what is the total value of the Crown Jewels ?

We were told by the Beefeater guide that they are owned by the state , my research seems to show otherwise ! Owned by the monarch as the monarch and not as an individual !

Could the Crown Jewels be sold off ?
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little c
 21 Feb '18  12:23 : 0 recs : edited 3 times : last edit 21 Feb '18  12:24

In reply, Thoughtful:

Well little c it is reported that all 10 of the Shards £50 million apartments have remained empty for 5 yrs ?

I was very impressed with the View from the Shard !

Doubt I would want to live there !

The loos with a view were novel !


You should have visited me in London, too, Thoughtful. How about the American Bar @ The Savoy Hotel @ 8pm on Sunday, March 5th. Join us! Everyone reading 'Serious Topics' is cordially invited to join us.

Best regards,

little c.

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Thoughtful
 14 Feb '18  07:21 : 0 recs : edited 3 times : last edit 14 Feb '18  07:22

Well little c it is reported that all 10 of the Shards £50 million apartments have remained empty for 5 yrs ?

I was very impressed with the View from the Shard !

Doubt I would want to live there !

The loos with a view were novel !
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little c
 03 Feb '18  11:57 : 0 recs

Everything?
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cynic 09
 23 Dec '17  16:21 : 0 recs : edited 1 time : last edit 23 Dec '17  16:33

What can possibly go wrong?
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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little c
 15 Dec '17  12:00 : 0 recs

Are you downsizing for an upgrade? Small is beautiful! Homes in the Auriens retirement development on Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, are priced between £3 million for a one-bedroom apartment and £10 million for a two-bedroom penthouse
Retirement housing does not have the best image, often being associated with poor value. However, high-end developers are attempting to alter this perception.

When Lifecare Residences opened Battersea Place last year it became the first luxury retirement home in London and was described as “One Hyde Park for the over-eighties”. Pegasuslife, another operator, is striving to deliver “great housing where anyone would like to live”, says its chief executive, Howard Phillips, that just “happens to be future-proofed”. It is selling a three-bedroom penthouse home at the Landing development in Sandbanks, Dorset, for £2.45 million.

Auriens offers private nursing care for residents. The latest to launch — and the most expensive retirement property scheme in the country — is Auriens. The development, just off Kings Road in Chelsea, has only recently started selling and is selling like hot cakes…
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