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Growing pains: how will London house 1.5 million more people by 2030? – The Guardian (blog)


The Guardian (blog)

Growing pains: how will London house 1.5 million more people by 2030?
The Guardian (blog)
In Hackney, east London, a bold hoarding erected around an estate regeneration project declares: “28 new council homes for social renting, 39 for shared ownership and eight for private sale to help pay for them all in the absence of government funding”.

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Tube Strikes February 2016: Dates and times of this weekend’s London Underground 48-hour walkout – Mirror.co.uk


Mirror.co.uk

Tube Strikes February 2016: Dates and times of this weekend’s London Underground 48-hour walkout
Mirror.co.uk
London travellers are set for fresh disruptions with a 48 hour strike set to affect both weekend trips and Monday morning’s commute. The walkout is planned to start on Saturday February 6 at 9pm and end on Monday February 9 at 9pm. Station staff from
Travelling into London this weekend? Tube strikes and cancelled trains to cause chaosExpress.co.uk
Tube map from 2004 shows how the London Underground might have looked in 2016Evening Standard
Tube map shows average home cost at London Underground stopsGet Surrey

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Top London lawyers charge £1000 an hour – Financial Times


Financial Times

Top London lawyers charge £1000 an hour
Financial Times
Partners at top London law firms are charging as much as £1,000 an hour — the highest rate ever recorded, according to researchers. Hourly rates for partners at leading commercial law firms have risen in real terms from as much as £598 in 2003 to at
Top London Lawyers Now Cost More Than £1000 Per HourBloomberg

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