Saturday, December 27, 2014

One for Libby.

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So the propaganda onslaught begins early, the first after Christmas example from the Mail. Greenwich has seen the largest annual price rise jumping by one-quarter. London has nine of the ten best performing areas in the property market Bury is the worst place in Britain to invest in property according to survey Average UK house prices have increased by 8 per cent on last year

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2 thoughts on “One for Libby.

  • Here’s still predicting that Enfield and north Waltham Forest are two of the biggest gainers in 2014/15 in the Capital due to London Overground transforming the Lea Valley Lines to Enfield Town and Cheshunt. No other large infrastructure project coming online at that time.

    http://www.citymetric.com/tfl-has-quietly-released-map-london-overground-2026

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  • In your dreams maybe.
    Meanwhile, as an indication of economic activity in the real economy – not the politicians bullshi1 economy – Citylink goes bust with substantial redundancies.

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