Crest Nicholson’s new £76m development

first_imgHome » News » Land & New Homes » Crest Nicholson’s new £76m development previous nextLand & New HomesCrest Nicholson’s new £76m developmentThe Negotiator11th January 201702,455 Views Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has satrted work on its new £76m Totteridge Place scheme in Whetstone, Barnet. After a spate of post–Brexit Help to Buy sales successes at its Peckham and West Wickham sites, the developer plans to transform Totteridge Place into a contemporary development for first time buyers.It will comprise 124 units, 19 of which will be affordable, and will include a mix of one, two, three bedroom apartments and three and four bedroom townhouses. With works already underway, first completions are expected in summer 2017. Located in London’s Zone 4, Totteridge Place is only six minutes from Totteridge & Whetstone Tube, allowing easy access to Central London in just 35 minutes.Ben Miller, Managing Director of Crest Nicholson’s Chiltern division, said, “In a post-Brexit market, with interest rates at an all-time low, now is an important time to be delivering muchneeded affordable homes in an effort to support first time buyers in their quest to get onto the housing ladder. We are confident that the highspecification properties on offer at Totteridge Place will be a popular choice for buyers.”Crest Nicholson’s housing development Crest Nicholson’s new development Crest Nicholson’s Totteridge Place scheme January 11, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’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.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

See Matt Doyle in Deadland!

first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on April 13, 2014 Jasper in Deadland Related Shows What does it mean to die and what does it mean to be truly alive? Tickets are now available to see Matt Doyle explore this in Jasper in Deadland off-Broadway. Directed by Brandon Ivie, the show will play March 16 through April 13, with opening night set for March 26 at the West End Theatre at the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew. View Comments Joining Doyle as Jasper in the cast will be Allison Scagliotti as Gretchen and Ben Crawford as Mr. Lethe. The tuner will be choreographed by Lorin Latarro, with set design by Patrick Rizzotti, costume design by Bobby Pearce, lighting designer by Herrick Goldman and sound design by Ed Chapman. Star Files With music and lyrics by Ryan Scott Oliver and a book by Oliver and Hunter Foster, the musical takes you on a mythological thrill-ride through a hybrid underworld with 17-year-old Jasper, as he faces down demons, gods, and monsters in search of his best friend Agnes. Matt Doylelast_img read more

NICK ALEXANDER’S HOMEBRED SUNDAY RULES REMAINS UNBEATEN WITH GATE TO WIRE WIN IN $150,000 SPRING FEVER STAKES; D’AMATO, BAZE TEAM FOR THREE LENGTH WIN AS ‘SUNDAY’ GETS SIX FURLONGS IN 1:08.93

first_imgD’AMATO RUNS 1-2 AS LONGSHOT SIDEPOCKET RUN COMPLETES EXACTA IN GOLDEN STATE SERIES FIXTURE FOR OLDER FILLIES & MARES  BRED OR SIRED IN CALIFORNIA ARCADIA, Calif. (May 23, 2015)–Nick Alexander’s homebred Sunday Rules kept her perfect record intact with a facile three length win in Saturday’s $150,000 Spring Fever Stakes, as she covered six furlongs in gate to wire fashion under Tyler Baze in 1:08.93. (The Spring Fever was the first of five Golden State Series races run Saturday at Santa Anita for horses bred or sired in California).Conditioned by Phil D’Amato, the 4-year-old California-bred daughter of Tribal Rule now has five wins from as many starts. Heavily favored at 1-5 in a field of six older fillies and mares, she paid $2.60, $2.20 and $2.10. With the winner’s share of $90,000, she increased her earnings to $314, 880.“Nice filly,” said an emphatic Baze. “She runs with her head a little low but…she’s not real fast that first jump out of the gate, but after that she’s a monster. She’s a train really, she just goes. Those first strides, she just needs to get her feet up under her but then she’s really just a train.”Pressed early by Tribal Gal, Sunday Rules carved out fractions of 21.60, 44.11 and 56.13.“That was like two wins,” said D’Amato, whose longshot Sidepocket Run was up to take second by a nose, thus enabling the trainer to run 1-2. “Sunday Rules couldn’t be doing any better right now. I just think it’s a combination of getting over her little baby issues and now, hopefully, I’ll be able to map out a nice campaign for the future. She’ll definitely stay sprinting.”Alexander, who’s homebred Grazen is based at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds and is currently one of California’s top stallions, is a longtime breeder/owner in California who is best known locally as the owner of Nick Alexander (automotive) Imports in Los Angeles, whose advertising catch phrase is “Nick Can’t Say No.”“We are blessed to have horses as we do in Santa Ynez and to be able to race them here at Santa Anita,” said Alexander. “What a pleasant surprise she’s been. She’s very plain looking and you’d never pick her out of a group of horses in a pasture. The way she runs with her neck low…Nothing bothers her. There is a graded stakes in in Florida this coming July that we might take a look at.”Off at 35-1, Sidepocket Run, who was ridden by Tiago Pereira, paid $13.60 and $4.40.Ridden by Rafael Bejarano, Tribal Gal finished third, 1 ¾ lengths in front of Meinertzhageni. Off at 6-1, Tribal Gal paid $3.40 to show.–30–last_img read more

The Wigan v Chelsea quiz

first_imgChelsea start their Premier League campaign with a match at Wigan on Sunday. Test your knowledge of the recent history between the two clubs by seeing how many of these five questions you can answer correctly.[wp-simple-survey-10] Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

Window Reflections Can Melt Vinyl Siding

first_img Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in UPDATED September 3, 2013 In almost every corner of the U.S., reports are increasing of vinyl siding that has been melted by sunlight bouncing off nearby windows. This melted-siding pandemic makes vinyl manufacturers very nervous — so nervous that the topic is rarely discussed.Most reported cases involve siding that melts, gets replaced, and then melts a second time. One possible reason for the apparent increase in cases of melted siding is the increasing use of high-performance glazing.Arlene Taraschi, a homeowner in Delanco, New Jersey, described her melted siding in a letter to a Q-and-A column in the Philadelphia Inquirer: “Two years ago, my husband and I purchased a new, Pulte-built home in South Jersey. After a few months we noticed the vinyl siding on one side of the house seemed to be dented in a diagonal pattern. The siding contractor replaced the siding on the entire side of the house. This was done last January, and by February the denting pattern began again. We were told at this time that it was because of the reflection of the sun’s rays from our neighbor’s house. Pulte has termed this melting of the siding ‘thermal distortion,’ and refuses to correct the problem.”As Taraschi’s case makes clear, these cases aren’t just public relations nightmares — they’re legal nightmares. Arlene’s husband, Carl Taraschi, told me, “I’ve sued Pulte, the siding installer, and the siding manufacturer.”Since 2007, when I first reported on cases of siding melted by window reflections, I’ve collected homeowner reports of the phenomenon from 16 states (Connecticut, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Washington).Danny Winters works for Cimarron Homes, a builder in Durham, North Carolina. Winters told me, “I think it is… Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details.center_img This article is only available to GBA Prime Memberslast_img read more

Modi govt made concocted statement in Parliament: Mamata

first_imgKolkata, Dec 2 (PTI) Accusing the Narendra Modi government of making a “wrong and concocted” statement in Parliament regarding deployment of Army at toll plazas in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said her voice could not be stifled by “hatching conspiracy and showing force”.”They told Parliament that the state governments permission was taken. It is absolutely wrong and concocted,” she told reporters before leaving the state secretariat after an overnight stay protesting against the presence of army personnel.Earlier in the day, the army strongly rebutted the chief ministers allegation that its personnel were deployed at the toll plazas without informing the state government and were collecting money, saying the exercise was being carried out in coordination with Kolkata Police.”This is being done in coordination with local police authorities. The exercise was earlier planned for November 27 and 28. The dates were changed to November 30 to December 2 on a specific request by Kolkata Police due to Bharat Bandh called on November 28,” said GOC Bengal area (officiating) Maj Gen Sunil Yadav.Reacting to the chief ministers allegations, he said, “We deny all charges with all contempt.”Banerjee said only Bengal was targetted and such exercise was not done in any other state.”I was MP for a long period. I was railway minister and held other portfolios like sports and coal. I have never seen such arrogance which is directionless”, Banerjee said in a scathing attack on the Modi government.”They are doing whatever they like by force. The people are suffering. They cannot even withdraw their salary. The peoples fight will continue. It cannot be stopped by hatching conspiracy and showing force”, she said.advertisement”Two more persons died today facing hardship to withdraw money”, she said.The chief minister said that the opposition parties raised this issue and thanked them for it.Banerjee said that Modi government has failed to bring Rs 50 lakh crore black money stashed abroad. PTI SCH SUN MD ZMNlast_img read more

10 months agoAdama Traore tells Wolves fans: I can go quicker

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Adama Traore tells Wolves fans: I can go quickerby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWolves winger Adama Traore insists fans are yet to see him in top gear.Adama is so fast that Olympic sprinting champion Darren Campbell – a consultant during Traore’s spell at Middlesbrough – once advised him to slow down, and who is now regularly clocked at 22mph at Wolves. “I’ve always been quick, ever since I was little,” Traore says, having just scorched the earth at Wolves’ Compton training ground. “People are thinking I am running so fast on the pitch, but I think it’s slow. I am deliberately holding back and I could be even quicker.”At Middlesbrough, Darren told me that I didn’t need to run at 100 per cent as I didn’t realise how fast I was. I can beat players at 70 per cent and this will then give me time to think about what to do next.”I want to get people on the edge of their seats, get past players, try to show my skills and pace.” last_img read more

9 months agoTottenham boss Pochettino writes off Janssen

first_imgTottenham boss Pochettino writes off Janssenby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has ruled out a recall for Vincent Janssen.After defeat to Manchester United, Pochettino now loses Heung-min Son to South Korea’s Asian Cup campaign.Asked if Janssen could step up, the manager was adamant: “No, he is not in my plans.”On Son, he continued: “Yeah but we cannot change that. That is the risk in any competition, you know. “In football you cannot avoid the risk.”Four and a half years we are playing every week and testing the depth of the squad, not only that period, but I never complain and I am not going complain. I think we are going to recover players from injury and I think we are going to find the way to play in the best condition and be competitive like we were competitive in the last four years and a half.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

MLA Dan Davies seeks resolution to have Charlie Lake boat launch reopened

first_img“We have a limited amount of summer up here and it’s something that the province needs to start taking a serious look at its provincial campgrounds and earmarking some serious funding to get these boat launches up-to-date and specifically, the Charlie Lake Boat Launch so people can have access to that lake.”According to Davies, in a reply from the Government, the Ministry is currently working with the Peace River Regional District to get the boat launch revitalized and open to the public.In the meantime, while the District and Province are in talks, Davies says he will continue to apply pressure to get the boat launch open as soon as possible, preferably this summer.The next step for B.C. Parks and the Regional District is to look at the associated costs when it comes to repairing or replacing the boat launch. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Local MLA Dan Davies is calling on the Province for a resolution in regards to the closure of the Charlie Lake boat launch.On April 25, Davies had sent a letter to the Ministry of Environment asking them to open the boat launch for the season.Davies says it is important to get the boat launch repaired and re-opened soon as there is a small window of time for the boating season.last_img read more

Bellerin happy with win

first_imgArsenal defender Hector Bellerin admitted his disappointment with the away goal conceded, but was nevertheless happy with their commanding 4-1 win over CSKA MoscowBraces from both Alexandre Lacazette and Aaron Ramsey secured the Gunners a 4-1 win in the first leg against the Russian Premier League side at the Emirates.Although they did concede a free-kick, which Aleksandr Golovin scored from with a sublime effort to briefly return the score level between the sides. Before Lacazette restored Arsenal’s advantage with a penalty.Ramsey then added a brilliant third goal, before Lacazette completed his brace after being picked out by the outstanding Mesut Ozil.Afterwards, Bellerin admitted that it was disappointing to have conceded an away goal, but believes that Arsenal can head into the second leg of their quarter-final tie against CSKA in a “positive mindset”.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“It was really good. We gave away the free kick and they got the away goal and we knew that could complicate things, but we reacted to that goal and we are really happy with the score. We wish we could have kept a clean sheet but now we can go to Russia with a positive mindset and knowing that if we don’t make any mistakes, we are in the next round.” said Bellerin, according to arsenal.comThe Spaniard assisted Ramsay for the opening goal of the match and revealed that the combination worked due to countless efforts on the training field.“I spoke to Aaron and he always tells me about ‘cutbacks, cutbacks, cutbacks’ and finally we got one. I am happy that what works in training, works in a game.” revealed the right-back.While conceding that they should have scored even more on the night, Bellerin feels that they should count themselves fortunate that the score ended as 4-1 in their favour.“We are happy. we knew that Moscow had to go on the attack [in the second half] and we should have scored a few more goals I believe. In the second half we had loads of chances but we are lucky that it is 4-1 because if the score was a bit tighter then we would have regretted missing those chances. But with a three-goal lead going to Russia, we are happy.” said 23 year-old.last_img read more