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King Of Fools

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  1. The cam.misc wiki has recommendations: http://cam.misc.org.uk/solicitor I would also back up the Massucco Buttress recommendation but not recommend Woodfines.
  2. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/8033869.stm Tesco has cut prices by up to 25% at 11 stores in the Republic of Ireland near the border with Northern Ireland. Shoppers have been flooding into Sainsbury's and Asda stores on the UK side of border areas. The Asda store in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, had 60% of its customers in one month come from the Irish Republic and is the sixth busiest store in the global Wal-Mart chain
  3. One does not have to sign a new 6 month AST but the Landlord/LA also does not have to let one stay. I know from my tenancy that some people will only accept a new 6 or 12 month AST and will rather get rid of one and find somebody else than let one go onto a rolling contract!
  4. The link did not work but I suspect you meant: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sa...y-21708422.html
  5. Welcome! Yes, please do keep us all informed of your findings.
  6. I think Bradshaws have taken over Rooke Wood and Miller and are basically re-listing all the RW&M properties. So some of these may have already been on the market for a while.
  7. It is not even legal tender in Scotland so they would have to sort that out first before it could be made legal tender in England and even then shops could refuse to take it just as they can refuse to take English money if the want as there is no debt to be settled.
  8. Sounds like another good reason to get the Halifax Reward Current Account and be paid £5 a month for having it! http://www.halifax.co.uk/bankaccounts/rewa...ent-account.asp
  9. I can just picture him now down the greyhounds slamming his "iron fist" against the window shouting, "this is the winning ticket!"
  10. It depends, if you have traded down you would be better off selling your bigger place at the peak in 2007. If you were trading up you would have lost out on the greater price differential.
  11. Here is the usual graph from the BBC: But there is also a new one I have not seen before: I think this one is more interesting from this point forward because it shows that anybody who has bought since the spring of 2004 has lost out.
  12. Don't offices have to legally fit 100Hz fluorescent tubes nowadays?
  13. Arbury, Chesterton and Kings Hedges I would avoid. Most of "Cherry Hinton" (in either Teversham or Fulbourn council areas) is now a late 80s, early 90s housing estate mostly made up of youngish professionals living in privately rented or owned houses and is pretty quiet. The old part of Cherry Hinton (in the city council area) is not really that bad (albeit with older-style and some council housing) but would chose to live there over Arbury without hesitation.
  14. To be honest I do not think the rents are any cheaper in Saffron Walden than in Cherry Hinton (which is considerably closer to the city). It is a shame because SW seems like a nice place to live but I think prices are inflated due to its proximity to Audley End station which has a very large commuter car park (possibly bigger than Cambridge).
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