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Too many UK pupils are trying to learn in classrooms that are damaging their health and their education, say architects.
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The demise of the #bungalow
The number of bungalows being built in the UK has collapsed, despite an ageing population. Why?
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Housing policy needs joined-up thinking
Older and disabled people could be disproportionately affected by government plans to force councils to sell high value social housing, campaigners say.
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#Crossrail2  
Crossrail 2, the proposed new rail route running from north London into Surrey, should extend as far as both Woking and Dorking, according to the county council.

Those are key findings of a study for the local authority examining ways to get the maximum benefit for Surrey’s businesses and commuters from the scheme.

Plans for the cross-London line currently take in Shepperton, Epsom, Hampton Court, Chessington South and Surbiton stations on its southern tip.

Meanwhile Hackney Council wants a fundamental rethink over proposals for a new Crossrail 2 station in Dalston, east London, which would see homes and businesses demolished and Ridley Road Market disrupted.

The council has also urged Transport for London not to use Shoreditch Park or the Britannia Leisure Centre for an access and ventilation shaft to serve the project.

In a related development amenity body the Victorian Society has warned that historic buildings which have been part of central London since the 19th century could be demolished to make way for the new rail line. The sites identified at risk by the group include several Grade II-listed buildings and part of Angel station in Islington, built in 1902.
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This so-called ‘#CityInTheEast’ strategy details how major development should take place from #London Bridge to the Isle of Dogs and Greenwich Peninsula, right through to Ilford in Essex and Dartford in Kent.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has published a new master plan designed to help transform East London and deliver more than 200,000 homes and up to 250,000 jobs. This so-called ‘City in the East’ strat...
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Office-to-residential Permitted Development to be made permanent
Planning and housing minister Brandon Lewis has announced that the temporary office-to-residential permitted development (PD) right, that was due to lapse at the end of May 2016, will be made perma...
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After a six-storey building in Kenya's capital Nairobi collapses, killing at least 33 people, we look at the common reasons for such incidents.
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Retro cool
A time-warp home unchanged since it was named House of The Year half a century ago is offering people the chance to live in the 1960s.
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Parts of Clandon Park House, which was reduced to a shell by a fire in April, are to be restored to their "original glory", the National Trust says.
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A recent #NoiseNuisance case...
Vivien King considers a recent noise nuisance case. When looking at neighbourly matters e.g. rights to light, party walls and the widest of legal topics, nuisance and trespass, while these topics are newsworthy, many appear parked in legal sidelines.
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"Guildford and Reigate & Banstead in Surrey are well positioned to take advantage of the housing need generated by the capital."
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Not our habit to shared corporate videos of other surveying practices, but must say that the first graduate to speak is especially impressive...
#JenniferLewis  
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63 Leigh Hill Rd Cobham, Surrey KT11 2HY UK
63 Leigh Hill RoadGBCobhamKT11 2HY
+44 1932 700063anthonyjlewis.com
Chartered SurveyorToday 8:30AM–6PM
Tuesday 8:30AM–6PMWednesday 8:30AM–6PMThursday 8:30AM–6PMFriday 8:30AM–6PMSaturday ClosedSunday ClosedMonday 8:30AM–6PM
Chartered Surveyors Surrey -
Cobham based RICS Chartered Surveyors serving private clients in:
  • Kingston upon Thames
  • Guildford
  • Woking
  • Wimbledon
  • Redhill & Reigate
  • Twickenham
and surrounding areas.
Anthony J Lewis & Co. are a family business established in 1950
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4 months ago
John delivered exactly what I was after when checking a property for me. A clear, insightful report which trod a perfect line to show all the relevant points, but highlighting hose that really mattered. Great communications, a competitive price (but not at the expense of quality), and fast turnaround made everything easy to do. Definitely recommended, and appreciably better than several other survey experiences I've had.
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Thank you Damian, we enjoyed working for you. Best, JOHN
Swift service, great result, subsequent tech-support swiftly received - perfect... and amazing value
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