Hampstead high street at Christmas time
This elegant, family-friendly district with its own garden suburb, good schools and spectacular heath offers a surprisingly peaceful zone 2 oasis. Read More
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Things are always changing. Companies change. They update their logos, they build new offices, they roll out new systems and they hire new people. People also change. We gain weight, we lose weight, we get our hair cut and we buy new clothes. All of these changes are tangible and are easily identified. Everywhere you look there are business articles and posts about “organizational change” and for those of us in the workforce these changes are very evident. Read More
Today on Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day here in the U.K., Dwellworks proudly put forward a team for the annual Great Truro Pancake Race, which benefits the local Cornwall Hospice Care and Children’s Hospice South West. Stepping to the plate in the name of charity were associates Mary Pappin, Lydia Dismore, Karen Bealey, and Patrick Gregory. Read More
Leicester, where new rents agreed last year rose by a staggering 45%.
One UK city registered staggering rent increases of 45% last year. Find out how the regions are faring… Read More
According to Strutt & Parker, the prime central London lettings market will remain robust during 2015 with prices growing by 2.5%.
Despite predictions of growth in the lettings market, uncertain times provide a window of opportunity when negotiating rent review increases. Read More
We’re excited to announce that DFA Intercultural, the world’s leading brand for intercultural training and support, has been acquired by Dwellworks. Read More
Santa Cruz holds the distinction of being the national folklore city of Costa Rica, thanks to its commitment to keeping its traditions and customs alive, including traditional dance, musical instruments, food and drink. Read More
I have a number of runners in my family. My kids run cross country and track, my wife is a regular runner and my brother runs ultra-distances. My run is more of a jog and a majority of my “training” is probably spent walking, but I do enjoy the challenge of training, the encouragement from (slight) improvements and the exhilaration of the race. I also see a lot of comparisons between the sport of running and the challenges that we face in our careers. Read More
Exceptionally strong annual growth in Edinburgh.
The latest figures released by Citylets show that rents in Scotland have soared 7.9% in the last year to reach an average of £732 per month. This is a significant increase from 2013 when the private rental sector recorded just 1% growth. Read More