Thames-side development for young families

first_imgBallymore & Oxley has released its latest new homes at Royal Wharf, a riverside neighbourhood in London’s Royal Docks. The launch includes two, three and four bedroom duplex apartments, located in the mansion style Compass House building along with apartments in the popular Latitude Building which overlook the River Thames.The new homes include a duplex four bedroom show apartment, interior designed by Milc Style, in Endeavour House, one of the development’s completed buildings. This follows the completion of the first of Royal Wharf’s residential units last year and the arrival of the development’s first residents; completed homes include suites, one, two and three bedroom apartments as well as three and four bedroom townhouses.All units now released for sale are due for completion this year, with some homes ready for occupation by the end of the summer.The new homes are expected to appeal to young families looking for more space whilst still enjoying London life and proximity to the capital’s leisure and work opportunities, the release includes units up to 2,416sq ft in size and are predominately duplex units which work well for family life.London riverside development Riverside development in Royal Docks Royal Wharf development Thames-side development 2017-08-21The Negotiator Related articles Calls for ‘green belt’ to be explained to public29th April 2021 Young entrepreneur launches UK’s first ‘modern’ land buying and selling portal15th April 2021 Retail and pub re-openings sparked newbuild sales homes surge yesterday13th April 2021What’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Home » News » Land & New Homes » Thames-side development for young families Thames-side development for young families21st August 20170462 Viewslast_img read more

PFA investigating Sunderland fines

first_img In his post-match press conference at the weekend, Di Canio said: “I thought that at (his previous club) Swindon (there were) arrogant, ignorant footballers because they’ve not had many chances to stay at the top level. I have to tell you unfortunately I found a worse environment in terms of discipline in this club.” That was part of a lengthy rant about his players from Di Canio, who stressed the need for the matter to be addressed and also claimed the PFA “excuse people that behave like Phil Bardsley…(even though) the PFA don’t pay them, it’s a private club that pays them.” Taylor, without being drawn on specific names or details of the fines, confirmed that members of the Sunderland squad had been in touch with the PFA regarding former West Ham midfielder Di Canio, and emphasised that the union were examining the situation closely. Taylor told Press Association Sport: “We know Paolo as a player and a manager, and he is a bit volatile. “But he knows, from when he was a player with the PFA, what we are about. We represented him then, the same as we also represent the players (now). “One point he made was about Sunderland being able to do what they want – well they can’t. There is a disciplinary procedure that is agreed. “We obviously agree with discipline, but that has to be in line with the Football Association and the Premier League. From that point of view, there is a due process.” Di Canio, appointed as successor to the sacked Martin O’Neill in March, has been speaking publicly about what he sees as a lack of discipline among the players at the Wearside club, seven of whom he fined last week. Defenders Phil Bardsley and Matt Kilgallon were dropped from the matchday squad for Sunday’s Barclays Premier League clash at Tottenham after they were pictured celebrating on a night out in a casino earlier in the week, with the former lying on the floor covered in £50 notes. Professional Footballers’ Association chief executive Gordon Taylor has confirmed the union has been contacted by Sunderland players about their manager Paolo Di Canio and that it is investigating the recent fines issued by the Italian.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more