Vision House is on the market with Hamptons International and located in Wimbledon. The transformed art-deco building is reborn to create a collection of 19 one and two bedroom homes, with prices starting at £365,000.Vision House is the reinvention of a classic art deco building into a collection of one and two bedroom high specification apartments. Every apartment has been carefully specified to ensure that life is relaxed, carefree and luxurious. Fixtures and fittings have been extensively researched and carefully selected to create a sophisticated, practical and contemporary home.The individually designed kitchens are glamorous and sophisticated with stone work surfaces and built in ‘A-grade’ appliances, including a washing machine.It is also conveniently located for public transport, opposite Wimbledon Chase Station and close to Thameslink plus bus routes just outside. Wimbledon is considered one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in South West London with superb leisure facilities and a host of local restaurants and shops.Vision House art-deco building Wimbledon luxury apartments Wimbledon Hamptons International December 12, 2019Jenny van BredaWhat’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 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » Hamptons International launches Vision House previous nextLand & New HomesHamptons International launches Vision HouseThe Negotiator12th December 20190137 Views
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Home » News » Marketing » Meet the student rental portal beating Rightmove at its own game previous nextProptechMeet the student rental portal beating Rightmove at its own gameStuRents is a specialist student property portal that offers agents, landlords and property managers a level playing field.Nigel Lewis12th March 20210877 Views Dozens of specialist property portal platforms have been launched in recent years that claim to be the ‘next Rightmove of their sector’. But only one has come close.StuRents, which now lists 750,000 student beds which it says represents approximately 60% of the student letting market.“There are approximately 350,000 PBSA beds and 900,000 HMO beds in the UK market,” says co-founder Tom Walker.Established in 2008 it has grown organically by offering both landlords, letting agents, purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) operators and property managers a level playing fields on which to compete for student lettings – unlike Rightmove, Zoopla and OTM, which only allow agents to use their platforms.Its other USP is that, unlike the big property portal players, it offers a ‘full stack’ of services from online contract signing to full property management as well as listings.RightmoveWalker, whose co-founder Mike Rainsford was featured in The Times, says his portal is making hay in a specialist space where the big portals have a weakness and that, for example, Rightmove is non-existent in many of the main student city lettings markets.“If you’re a PBSA operator or student letting agent then using Rightmove is very expensive, so we offer a portal that’s much more affordable and targeted and that covers three quarters of the market,” he tell The Negotiator.“But we’re aware that in particular Rightmove is playing catch-up as it buys up rental property viewings booking proptech platforms. But we have a superior offering and data – we can tell our research clients which neighbourhood in a city is most in demand, how accommodation budgets vary by student cohort and which segments of each city are under or over supplied – granular data that hasn’t previously been available in the student sector.”On the one hand Rightmove may be trying gingerly to back into the transaction world of renting, but on the other hand StuRents is busy building a commanding position in the student market with superior tech that appeal to all the players.student rental portal Tom walker sturents Mike Rainsford student accommodation Student Housing March 12, 2021Nigel LewisWhat’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 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
A series of vicious attacks on Oxford’s female students has left police appealing for witnesses this week. Two women were indecently assaulted in separate incidents and an Exeter student was mugged. In the early hours of Sunday 25 April a young woman was attacked by an Asian male thought to be in his mid to late twenties. The assault took place on East Avenue, off Cowley Road. Two days later another student was assailed in similar circumstances on Princes Street, again just off Cowley Road. This attack took place in the afternoon. The perpetrator is described as an Asian male, approximately thirteen years old. Despite the age discrepancy between the suspects, the police still believe the incidents could be connected. DC Mark Hill, who is leading the investigation, told Cherwell, “We can’t definitely say they’re linked, but they may well be.” “We don’t want to panic people”, he explained, “but they do appear to be targeting females, regardless of the time of day. We urge female students to be vigilant.” Nobody has been arrested for the assaults and the inquiry is ongoing. In an unrelated incident, an Exeter College student was mugged last Saturday night. The attack took place at around 11:30pm on Brasenose Lane, which links Radcliffe Square and Turl Street. The victim’s handbag was stolen. Second-year English and History student Laura Morton was returning to Cowley Road alone after an evening out in the centre of town. She was unaware of the man’s presence until a few seconds before the robbery. She pursued the thief onto the High Street before returning to Exeter College to alert the porters. Despite an area search by the police around the High Street and St Aldate’s area, the man has not been traced. The aggressor is described as “wearing dark clothes, with fairly nondescript features and lank brown hair.” Morton told Cherwell that she was shocked and angry at the mugging. She said, “Although Brasenose Lane is not well lit, I used to feel safer there than outside the centre of Oxford. It’s obviously a violation, one I wasn’t expecting, and it has left me feeling tense and paranoid, even at earlier times of the evening.” A police spokeswoman maintained that “Oxford is a safe city” but advised students to “take a minimum of cash and valuables out with you and wherever possible use cash machines in well lit, busy areas. Travel on main routes throughout the city and try to stick together with friends. Avoid obvious use of your mobile phone; think before you use it. Stay aware of your surroundings and remain in control.” The police have released e-fits of the men involved in the first two incidents to Cherwell to help people identify the suspects. Anyone with information on the indecent assaults should ring DC Mark Hill on 01865 266118 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.ARCHIVE: 1st week TT 2004
Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Google+ Previous articleMan injured in Elkhart County shooting drives to convenience store for helpNext articleFootball Fridays tailgate set for Friday on the Gridiron Brooklyne Beatty Twitter TAGSfamily videoLate Fee Amnestylate feesOctoberpromotion (Photo Supplied/Family Video) Family Video stores throughout the area are offering a promotion this month in an attempt to relieve customers’ late fees.The “Late Fee Amnesty” promotion runs from October 20-25, and offers to remove customers’ late fee balances if they purchase a rental movie or video game.ABC 57 News reports the promotion also covers accounts with delinquent items that weren’t returned.The promotion comes just weeks after the retailer announced hundreds of stores will close their doors for good nationwide.RELATED: Family Video closing 100+ stores, three locally Facebook IndianaLocalMichiganNewsSouth Bend Market Family Video offering promotion to remove late fees Pinterest By Brooklyne Beatty – October 15, 2020 0 478 Google+
“We look forward to returning to Taos in support of their local economy and have a weekend lineup of musical artists that share in the sense of adventure,” Event Director Max B.K also added. “These are artists who are unafraid to push the envelope and experiment.”Fans should get their tickets to the event soon, as “early bird” tickets for the full-weekend sold-out in just five hours according to the announcement. Fans can head to the festival website for ticket options. Taos Vortex will return for its second year this summer, when the three-day music festival takes place at Kit Carson Park in Taos, NM from Friday, August 16th through Sunday, August 18th. Earlier this week, the event’s organizers shared the full lineup of artists who are scheduled to perform at this year’s event, including George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic, Flying Lotus (3-D set), ZHU, Nick Murphy A.K.A. Chet Faker, and many more.Related: Flying Lotus Releases “Spontaneous”, “Takashi” Off Forthcoming ‘Flamagra’ LPSome of the notable artists out of the 35 total featured on the event’s 2019 lineup poster include Barclay Crenshaw, Sinkane, Calexico and Iron & Wine, CocoRosie, Empress Of, Goldlink, Lykke Li, Oh Lawd, G Jones, Snail Mail, Justin Martin, Soulection, Desert Hearts, Justin Jay’s Fantastic Voyage, Too Many Zooz, and Wajatta (a collaboration between Reggie Watts and John Tejada), just to name a few.“Taos Vortex’s immersive environment centers around the diverse neighborhoods and creatures that inhabit them,” event organizers said about the ethos of the event in a press release. “Huts and homes installed around the park invite everyone to step inside, find the neighborhood that suits them, and celebrate the multidimensional weekend of the summer.”This year’s performances will take place on two stages–The Spire stage, which will be more of a traditional staging setup, and The Glade, “a meadow” where fans can casually hang out and enjoy the performance in a more intimate setting between the fans and artist.
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) MGN ImageMAYVILLE – Chautauqua County Health Officials say a man in his 60’s, who tested positive for COVID-19, has died following a lengthy illness. Officials also reported a new case of the virus involving a woman in her 40s during Friday’s update.There are now a total of 23 confirmed cases, eight of them active with 12 fully recovering. A total of 114 people are under quarantine or isolation orders by the Public Health Director and being monitored.“Not all of those being monitored are confirmed to have COVID-19 but have either shown symptoms, are awaiting results, or have risk factors,” said officials.In Cattaraugus County, two new cases were reported Friday brining the total to 15 confirmed cases with 12 active and three recovered.
FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross) 1. Wicked ($1,736,317) 2. The Lion King ($1,693,549)* 3. The Book of Mormon ($1,667,542) 4. A Raisin in the Sun ($1,184,774) 5. Aladdin ($1,171,988) “One Fine Day?” Try one fine week…again! Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, in the midst of celebrating seven Tony nominations, continues to pack the Stephen Sondheim Theatre. The tuner broke a box office record for the second consecutive week, bringing in its highest gross to date ($1,087,702) and exceeding capacity for the first time. Meanwhile, this season’s Tony-nominated favorites Hedwig and the Angry Inch, A Raisin in the Sun and Aladdin also made appearances in the top five shows by capacity. Wicked reclaimed the number one spot as the highest grossing show (followed by The Lion King, which held the title in recent weeks, but only played seven performances), with The Book of Mormon, Raisin and Aladdin also making the top five. Kinky Boots, a usual suspect for the frontrunners by gross, played only four performances last week due to TV upfronts occupying the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending May 11: UNDERDOGS (By Gross) 5. The Bridges of Madison County ($392,986) 4. Violet ($360,843) 3. Rock of Ages ($310,326) 2. Casa Valentina ($249,728) 1. Mothers and Sons ($203,679) Source: The Broadway League FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity) 1. The Book of Mormon (102.63%) 2. Hedwig and the Angry Inch (102.28%)* 3. Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (100.62%) 4. The Lion King (100.03%) 5. A Raisin in the Sun (100.00%) UNDERDOGS (By Capacity) 5. Rocky (72.52%) 4. Cinderella (68.08%) 3. Act One (67.65%) 2. Once (63.37%) 1. Mothers and Sons (49.78%) *Number based on 7 regular performances View Comments
Disaster recoveryCommodity: Commodity clouds provide basic disaster recovery focused on database and disk recovery — not application specific recovery. All of these elements typically come at an additional cost to the customer.Privately managed: Vendors should provide a much more comprehensive plan. For example, all solutions deployed in the Hyland Cloud benefit from a disaster recovery implementation that is tailored to the Hyland application at no additional charge to the customer. Support and customer service is another factor to consider. Maybe the biggest.In other words, the people behind the privately managed cloud — the platform experts — are the key differentiator. For the credit union, this means needing less technical resources to monitor, upgrade, patch, procure, troubleshoot and manage the infrastructure for software solutions.At the same time, credit unions gain a team dedicated to security, availability and disaster recovery. At a time when IS staffing is lean and IT departments are being asked to do more with less, this is a huge benefit for any team.Now you have to ask yourself, which cloud is right for you? ServersCommodity: The customer dictates and manages their server needs, including determining how many servers they need, their roles, patching and security, and how they interface with each other.Privately managed: The privately managed vendor should provide the best-fit server and role configurations for the customer’s solution. Privately managed-cloud vendor engineers should transparently manage all servers, removing the need for user involvement. 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Steve Comer Steve Comer, Director of the Financial Services industry at Hyland Software.For the past 13+ years, Steve has been dedicated to helping the financial services industry transform their business through … Web: www.hyland.com Details StorageCommodity: Commodity cloud storage is available at relatively inexpensive prices for initial storage, but there are often extra charges each time a customer accesses the information. Commodity vendors often do not fully address backup methodology and disaster recovery management.Privately managed: Storage is often designed specifically for vendor content with real-time replication to a primary production data center for high availability and replication to a secondary data center for rapid disaster recovery. Not too long ago, the idea of hosting both information and business processes outside a credit union’s own digital walls was a showstopper. Questions about security, information control and overall early adoption fears typically nixed most attempts at launching a cloud project.That has all changed. Most cloud concerns have entirely vanished. Credit unions of all sizes have researched the pros and cons of hosting information on site or in the cloud, and today, everyone seems ready for the conversation. Many are even demanding it. There is another discussion decision makers need to have before they dive into the cloud, however. Should the organization choose privately managed cloud hosting services or more traditional commoditized hosting?What’s the difference?The concept of “the cloud” is familiar territory for most financial services organizations. They know that the cloud is simply defined as Software as a Service hosted through the internet, usually accessible through an online portal, rather than on a local server or computer. What often comes as a surprise is the variation in cloud services. Most of these different clouds fall into one of two buckets: commodity or privately managed.Consumers tend to know commodity clouds, sometimes called “big box” clouds, like Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure. They lead on low cost, typically – a positive that can sometimes be a negative. It’s their big differentiator.Privately managed cloud providers hang their hat on purpose-built platforms for business critical functions. That service can cost more, of course. For some budget conscious credit unions (and what organization isn’t budget conscious?), that can be a project challenge as well.Which cloud do I choose? Commodity or privately managed is a choice each credit union has to make on its own, based on the best information available. To help, consider these factors when evaluating…ArchitectureCommodity: Commodity architecture is designed to be flexible and generic enough to host any type of IT application.Privately managed: Privately managed cloud architecture, like the purpose-built Hyland Cloud, is specially designed and optimized to host the vendor’s services and applications.
Since its founding over 80 years ago, San Diego County Credit Union (SDCCU) has become one of the largest credit unions in the nation, now serving a diverse community of more than three million people.“While our membership has grown, our founding principle is still what guides us: People come first and profits second,” explained Teresa Campbell, SDCCU president and CEO.That commitment to people has also been demonstrated on a large scale – last year SDCCU supported more than 75 non-profit organizations and participated in more than 500 community events.“Our support includes title sponsorships like San Diego County Credit Union Walk MS,” Campbell said. “Each year, staff in our branches collects donations and Team SDCCU, which is made up of more than 100 employees and their friends and families, walk to help find a cure for this devastating disease. In the more than 20 years that SDCCU has sponsored the National MS Society, we have raised more than $1.5 million.” continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr