first_imgPrime London has completed the acquisition of a new 1160 sq ft space at Palace View, a landmark development from Taylor Wimpey Central London, due to complete at the end of the year.The purchase of the new premises, in excess of £1 million, marks a significant step in the growth of the boutique central London estate agency that specialises in high-end new build developments and representing international wealth funds.Joseph Cadman, Owner and Managing Director of Prime London, said, “Since launching the business in 2013, the London housing market has experienced several challenges, so it is testament to my team, our business model and the quality of the stock we have successfully marketed that the business now has the capacity to upsize into this new space.“I am excited about this next phase of the business as we become able to offer our experience, coverage and the personalised service that has proved so successful to a broader array of clients.”Prime London Palace View Taylor Wimpey Central London August 4, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Fit for a queen: prime London riverside homes at Palace View previous nextAgencies & PeopleFit for a queen: prime London riverside homes at Palace ViewThe Negotiator4th August 20170767 Viewslast_img read more

first_imgHere, the Rams won again, though by a more modest 49-18 margin that included a sweep of each of the five bouts contested in the lightest weight classes.William BeSeth, at 120 pounds, pinned Matt Choi in 74 seconds, with Jackson Thomas (106 pounds) getting a 92-second pin over Davis Palmer.It took 1:42 for Garrett Williams, at 132 pounds, to finish off Noah Harbinger, with Ethan Wells (126 pounds) outscoring Ayden Johnston 13-8 and Matthew Dougherty (99 pounds) claiming a forfeit. Tags: ESMF-MJ-D/CBAwrestling Everything is about to get decided for the area’s trio of high school wrestling teams.Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA and Fayetteville-Manlius are both heading to Auburn this Saturday for the Section III Class AA championships, while East Syracuse Minoa takes part in the sectional Class A meet at Watertown.J-D/CBA and ESM would go head-to-head last Wednesday night. They had first met Dec. 7 in the Red Rams Duals and it had gone 63-18 in the host’s favor.center_img Elsewhere for J-D/CBA, Tyriq Block, at 195 pounds, pinned Andrew Crone in 3:15 and Muaweyah El-Hindi (215 pounds) took just 21 seconds to pin Max Wunderlich.At 170 pounds, Enver Bultaov held off Ali Abdulla 8-1, while Shoh Alibekov kept his 152-pound opponent, Nick Modlewski, off the board in a 9-0 shutout.ESM got all of its points from three pins. Conor Todd, at 285 pounds, finished off Nikoli Sims in 83 seconds, with Aslan Abdulla (160 pounds) getting a pin of Leonardo Tallarico in 2:42 and Alex Leo (138 pounds) taking 73 seconds to finish off Anyas Goeman.J-D/CBA began its lead-up by taking on West Genesee last Monday night and taking apart the Wildcats 63-17, a result more impressive given the fact that WG had gone 5-0 in the Red Devil Duals at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill just two days earlier.Every bout from 99 to 145 was won by the Rams, ranging from Goeman pinning Jackson Taetsch in 38 seconds to some hard-fought decisions.BeSeth edged Dylan Pitonza 4-3, with Williams holding off Gavin O’Neill 3-1 and Dougherty topping Jack Wade 7-3. Thomas got a 94-second pin over 113-pound opponent Anthony Orendorf as Alibekov took 3:39 to pin Cole Saxon.El-Hindi, Block and Chris Hemingway (285 pounds) all earned pins, with Hemingway finishing off Derek Dishaw in 44 seconds, El-Hindi pinning Peter Dwinell in 62 seconds and Block taking 81 seconds to pin Preston Elia.When F-M had its own match againt West Genesee on Wednesday night, it had a far different outcome, the Hornets falling to the Wildcats 51-27.Alex Dauksza, at 160, won 6-4 over Colin McAvan, while Sawyer Dereszynski (182) pinned Elia in 46 seconds and Liam Malgieri (285) got a 58-second fall over Dishaw. Kyle Sykes, at 120, dropped a close 8-5 decision to Dylan Pitonza as Dan Kenney (170) claimed a forfeit.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story last_img read more

first_imgSpeaking at a press conference yesterday as part of activities lined up for his inauguration as the new Archbishop of Abuja Archdiocese, Kaigama said he would give priority to his priestly duties while also attacking some social ills as it becomes necessary“I am not coming as a social critic or political analyst. I am not setting out to be another government. I will be concerned about happenings in Nigeria. I am not going to be hunting for problems but when problems come, I will tackle them in my priestly character and identity as much as I can. People will be disappointed if they want me to be a replica of Onaiyeikan.“I will rely on what my predecessor has done and his wise counsel. People will be disappointed if they want a replica of Onaiyekan. In exercising my priesthood, I will be a prophet attacking ills, social vices and anything that is not helpful to the development of the country,” he said.Speaking on the effect of corruption, Kaigama lamented that people are going hungry in the country due to corruption, saying little or no success has been recorded in the fight against corruption under the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.He said: “People are poor, if not for corruption, there will be equitable distribution of resources and people will be living above the poverty line but corruption is weakening our system. We need to minimise the effect of corruption. They say that corruption fights those who fight it, nevertheless we have to keep fighting corruption.”While expressing gratitude to God for sparing his life and lifting him to his present position, the outgoing Archbishop, Cardinal John Onaiyekan, said he has done his best to shepherd the flock put in his care in Abuja Archdiocese, adding that he rose from a little known town of Kabba in Kogi State to become the Archbishop and later a Cardinal.The retiring Archbishop, however, said he would continue to be vocal on happenings in the country until things get better. He tasked his successor to work hard to keep pace with the development taking place in the Federal Capital Territory.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram *  Onaiyekan; I’ll keep talking till Nigeria gets betterOnyebuchi Ezigbo in AbujaThe incoming Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja, His Grace Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama, has said he would adopt his own style of leadership in discharging his assignment. Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigamalast_img read more