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The Launch of our New Service 'Rooms'

Does the room or communal areas require any cosmetic improvements? If yes, then ensure that you are specific and list each issue that requires attention when making your offer. This should include walls/rooms that require painting, carpets that need replacing, loose door handles that need tightening.

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Roman Road Neighbourhood plan

Neighbourhood planning was first introduced in 2011 through the Localism Act. It allows residents and businesses to have their own planning policies in a neighbourhood plan.

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The Rise of Hotels in East London

Shoreditch, Mile End, Bow, Hoxton and Hackney have been known for many things over the year but never a tourist attraction. The rise of interest in street art, coffee shops, creative businesses, unique retail experiences and private members clubs have caught the eye of tourists from around the world. Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, The London Eye and Wembley have historically been the busy parts of London with tourist flocking with cameras to say they have seen the Queen.ed book token prizes for the top three which we understand were presented at school assembly. Below is a picture of some of the staff and the top drawing voted for!

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Roman Road At Christmas

When we opened our 2nd office in Bow, we made a conscious decision to do as much we could to support and get involved with the local community. We immediately joined the East End Trades Guild which supports independent local businesses and were delighted to take part and assist in the first East End Independents Day which took place on Saturday 3rd December. The Guild put on a guided tour of the area which included a stop off at our office. Children from Olga, our local Primary School, had provided us with drawings, depicting what Roman Road means to them, with the attendees of the tour voting for their top three. We donated book token prizes for the top three which we understand were presented at school assembly. Below is a picture of some of the staff and the top drawing voted for!

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The secret history of East London's relationship with potatoes

Potatoes originated in South America and quickly found their way to the market stalls of Ridley Road. It has a history that many locals are proud of but do you know the story? "If, crazed with hunger and exhaustion, our weary Roman legionary, on his way back to Londinium from the rigours of duty on Hadrian's Wall, stumbled forward into another time warp, he would be puzzled by the displays of strange exotic root vegetables in the shops on Kingsland Road or Ridley Road Market

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East End Independants Day

We are very proud to be a part of a new movement in East London. As you can see a new organisation has been formed to support independent local East London businesses. We are pleased to be a founding member of the group and look forward to supporting other local businesses.

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Bethnal Green Pub Names Pub of The Year

One of our local pubs in Bethnal Green was named Michelin pub of the year against 500 other pubs across the UK. This is in relation to the latest in Michelin's most recent Eating Out in Pubs Guide

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Royalty to attend East End history exhibition in Mile End

A member of the Royal family will be coming to the East End for a 90th anniversary celebration of the areas rich history. The East End: the place we call home exhibition will offer an insight into the lives of east Londoners from the slums of the Victorian era to the present day.

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11 reasons to go to Roman Road

A place where two tribes live in harmony, and Roman Road is the epicenter. The old and new Bow residents come together to form an ever changing culture. Running for more than a mile between Bethnal Green and Bow, it's a street that's earned its place in East End history.

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Living in Shoreditch

Shoreditch used to be an industrial based area. It was a favourite place of the Hippie and artsy crowd. Nowadays, the area is one the best places for any art-lover. London is not unique in switching industrial area into trendy places; Paris for example also did it in its North-East area. Artists, critics and gallery owners set up home there.

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