With beautifully refurbished one, two and three bedroom apartments available to rent and a dedicated on-site manager, Palace Wharf in Fulham is one of West London’s most desirable locations
The Friends of Ravenscourt Park play a key role in protecting and maintaining Hammersmith’s most popular green lung
High quality treatment and flexible, friendly customer service are the hallmarks of the award-winning 92 Dental practice
With beautifully refurbished apartments available to rent, elegant communal areas and an on-site management team, Hamlet Gardens is one of West London’s most desirable locations
Do you have friends or family visiting? Hammersmith residents can enjoy a 15% discount on the superb accommodation at Flynn’s
Delivering bespoke solutions for every client
While I’m talking to architects Warren Hagues and Matt Hedges, the snow is falling on Askew Road. Naturally, the weather is the first topic of conversation. ‘It’s a good reminder that proper insulation is so important,’ smiles Warren.
‘Our cuisine represents the true passion and spirit of Italian food,’ says Pier Paolo Bassani. ‘We believe in natural, authentic flavours and simple, carefully sourced ingredients.’ Pier Paolo is one of a group of Italian friends from Brook Green who have got together to open Farina & More, a new restaurant, deli and coffee shop.
After a long career as a computer analyst, Keith Davidson decided to follow his passion and become a full-time artist. Initially, he chose to focus on photography and digital manipulation; those disciplines enabled him to establish a natural, comfortable relationship with the computer as an artistic tool.
Specialising in corrective exercise and Pilates, Susan Harker has developed a thriving practice at the Novotel London West Hotel. Susan tailors a holistic scientific programme to the needs of each client and here she describes the positive impact of corrective exercise on Ammar’s life.
Just like most businesses, fashions come and go in the world of carpets and flooring.
And according to Clay Miller, who with his brother Joe has been running the Carpet Store for 25 years, one of the hottest current trends is for made-to- measure bespoke rugs.
‘We’re definitely seeing more demand,’ says Clay. ‘Where people used to have carpets in their living rooms, now stone and wood floors are popular.