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PSCall Russell Simpson on 020 7225 0277 or visit 22 Queen's Gate Place Mews, South Kensington, PS6.45m
Bellway is offering a range of incentives to buyers wishing to take advantage of the homes at Stannington Mews including the Help to Buy scheme and their free of charge Express Mover service, where Bellway will appoint an estate agent on your behalf who is focused upon achieving a quick and satisfactory sale of your old home.
Mews houses were built in the 18th and 19th century, originally intended to stable horses, with accommodation above for servants .
In true Ellington style, the Somerset Mews townhouses are aesthetically designed, and feature ample private balconies and bask in natural sunlight, it added.
To book, call Jeanette Silver at Age UK (Charnwood) Office on 01509 260327, by email on, by calling Ben Dalgetty at Cedar Mews on 0116 267 4835 or by email on
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The Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) and the Asian Institute of Management (AIM), in collaboration with the University of San Agustin (USA) in Iloilo, held last October a two-day Management Educators' Workshop (MEW) with 56 participants from 20 universities and colleges in the West Visayas region (Iloilo, Capiz, Aklan, Antique, Guimaras and Negros Occidental) attending.
It adds: "At the end of your perfect day you will adjourn to your own Woodland Mews holiday home situated within our beautiful grounds.
Proceeds from the private placement will be used to acquire and develop its new project at the Towns at 1333, comprising of 18 town homes on Powhatan Street in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, as well as the Totten Mews Project, which consists of 40 town homes near the Fort Totten Metro in Northeast Washington DC.
The landscaped mews created by Gunn Landscape Design occupies a gated passage from Leroy to Carlton Streets, behind the main building at 421 Hudson Street.
Fiona Sullivan, nee Gillies, was not only amazed but delighted when she read the Cardiff Remembered article (August 24, 2012) which featured the Castle Mews and Tom "Jock" Gillies who was the Marquis of Bute's head groom for almost 40 years.