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Employment Report - Q2 2017
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Employment Report - Q2 2017

By The Marketing & Research Team - 10/07/2017

Take a look at the latest hiring and employment news and trends to come out of the first three months of the year.

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Employment Report - Q1 2017
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Employment Report - Q1 2017

By The Marketing & Research Team - 03/04/2017

Take a look at the latest hiring and employment news and trends to come out of the first three months of the year.

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How has Brexit affected London’s property market?
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How has Brexit affected London’s property market?

By James Huntly - 28/06/2016

Britain’s position in the EU has been shrouded in uncertainty for the past few months as politicians have been partaking in a variety of alternative campaigns to decide the fate of our position within the alliance. 

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First time buyers in London could need a six figure deposit
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First time buyers in London could need a six figure deposit

By Frederick Jorgensen - 06/05/2016

Research by homelessness charity Shelter has uncovered that over the next four years the average deposit a first time buyer will need for a home within the capital could exceed £138,000. It was also reported that in order to get a mortgage in London, a single or joint income will have to equate £106,000 by 2020.

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What could Brexit mean for London’s property market?
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What could Brexit mean for London’s property market?

By James Huntly - 21/03/2016

One of the big issues currently being debated throughout the UK is whether we should leave the European Union. Talks of a ‘Brexit’ have been happening since the beginning of 2013, when David Cameron promised an in/out referendum if the Conservative Party were elected in 2015.

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Building Downwards
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Building Downwards

By Patrick Tonkin - 01/03/2016

London may be building upwards with planned skyscrapers such as the Aykon building, but its’ residents are building the opposite way. Iceberg basements get their name from their resemblance to icebergs, where much of the building is hidden below the surface. These buildings have grown in both popularity and notoriety throughout the capital.

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