Feature Articles Archive

  1. Meet Perry

    Nine Elms and Vauxhall are buzzing with all sorts of new jobs and apprenticeship opportunities – with Wandsworth and Lambeth councils ensuring that residents get first refusal on many starter roles. There’s Wandsworth Work Match and Lambeth Working, two groups that provide extra help to train and apply for these jobs. Meet Perry. Perry started […]

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  2. Celebrate the cream of the floral crop this British Flowers Week (19-25 June 2017)

    With summer upon us, British Flowers Week (Monday 19th – Sunday 25th June) brings together independent florists, wholesalers, flower growers and consumers to celebrate the very best of UK talent and raise awareness of British flowers. Run by the UK’s premier floral wholesaler, the Flower Market at New Covent Garden Market, and now in its […]

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  3. What’s The Workshop All About?

    Built in 1937, this 2,000sqm space was once the fire engine workshops of the London Fire Brigade (LFB). The LFB moved its headquarters to Southwark in 2007, by which point, most servicing and repairs were being carried out at the Brigade’s secondary workshop site in Ruislip, leaving the building empty for almost ten years. In […]

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  4. Nine Elms Starchitecture

    Well respected names from the architectural world are together designing a vibrant new quarter for central London

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  5. Meet Anthony Clear: New Covent Garden Market pro

    “They’re the happiest people you’ll see at 4:00am,” says Anthony Clear. And he couldn’t be more right – the vendors at New Covent Garden Market are brimming with bouquets of flowers bright and early every day. The market starts in the wee hours of the morning but with the hustle and bustle of a bazaar […]

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  6. The history of Battersea Power Station

    At one point, Battersea Power Station supplied 20% of all London’s electricity needs. It became a 509 megawatt generator, the third largest in all the UK. The remainder of London’s electricity had to be generated by 28 other stations. Since its inception, the Power Station has become a beacon along London’s skyline. It’s an icon […]

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