The art of buying a London home

OUR CHENNAI BUREAU | Updated on: Nov 20, 2017

Saffronart has presented Saffronart Prime London — a complete guide and service for Indians buying property in London. Saffronart, a leading auction house for arts and collectibles, and has used its online presence to offer the Saffronart Prime London guide a manual for acquiring exclusive properties in London. According to a press release, the guide demystifies the buying process including conventions and terminology prevalent in the London market, assessment and valuation process, legal aspects of property ownership, implications of recent tax changes in the UK and foreign exchange remittance regulations applicable to Indians. The guide also highlights major trends in the central London property market with data and prices and comparative advantages of various locations. It offers an overview of the city's major architectural styles covering apartments, detached houses, duplexes, maisonettes, mews houses, penthouses, terraced homes and studios. Saffronart Prime London also includes a bespoke property finding and management service for Indians. In conjunction with a network of UK lawyers, mortgage specialists, surveyors, property managers and maintenance and service companies, Saffronart has introduced an end to end service to help Indians buy and manage their London home. Saffronart Prime London covers some of the most desirable locations in London such as Mayfair, Marylebone, Chelsea, Kensington, Knightsbridge, St. John's Wood, Hyde Park, Bayswater and Belgravia, as well as lesser known but equally charming parts of London.

DLF economic zone gets fire station

DLF's five-million-sq.-ft IT SEZ in Chennai now has its own fire station, a novel feature for an IT SEZ.

According to a press release from the company, the information technology buildings at the special economic zone are a work place for over 40,000 people employed by over 34 companies including multinationals and domestic market leaders. There are 10 towers in the special economic zone.

The fire station with a Finnish-make Bronto Skylift Hydraulic platform to reach up to a height of 60 m is a key safety feature for the office complex where these companies have committed investments of over Rs 3,000 crore.

Published on May 12, 2012
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