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27.01.2022

Ride The Rental Rollercoaster

Now that life is returning to a new normal and an increasing amount of people begin to move back to London, 2022 is mirroring the demand that we experienced in the years 1988 and 2008.

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27.01.2022

My Life In Mews: a top designer’s property insights

James Thurstan Waterworth has an eye for unique and beautiful things. In a recent interview for Lurot Brand’s Mews News magazine, he describes his favourite piece of furniture - a lovely, late 16th century shepherds’ hut cabinet - as “a complete one-off.”

No Winter of Discontent for the Domestic Buyers

Regular contributor to the Sunday Times and FT, Zoe Dare Hall provides an update on London's prime property market.

Mews News Summer 2022 — Out Now

This year, the holiday feeling seems to have arrived a little earlier than expected. In this summer edition of our quarterly mews reporting, our Chairman, Antoine Lurot, introduces our new, exciting website; Zoe Dare Hall, Property Freelance Journalist of the Year 2021, reports on the latest sales market trends; Mollie Swallow, Lettings Director, takes you […]

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20.07.2022

Mews in Bloom 2021 – Judging Urban Mews Gardens

This year’s winner of Mews in Bloom, the annual competition organised by Lurot Brand is Bathurst Mews. This urban beauty of a garden in W2 was judged by a panel of creative and horticultural experts – Alison Condie, Tony Heywood, and Robert Mann. A big well done to all the hardworking and talented mews residents […]

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20.07.2022

Your rental property: does it stand out from the crowd?

There’s no doubt that 2020 has been a challenging year for London landlords. With a large number of rental properties currently on the market and the Christmas season just around the corner, now is the time to make sure your rental property stands out from the competition.

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20.07.2022

How two World Wars changed London’s mews streets forever

Although the scars of two world wars are barely visible in the capital today, during the first half of the 20th century terrible damage was inflicted on London’s built heritage. During the Second World War alone it is estimated that around 18,800 tons of high explosives rained down upon the city’s streets.

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