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Alpine Lodge – the best place to invest in Ski Property

Famed as the European spiritual home of snowboarding, its ultra fast speed-skiing paths, and Eurostar link to London, Paradiski makes a mockery of its Alpine counterparts – but the real joy of Paradiski is that the paparazzi don’t get in the way of the fun.

Located in the Tarentaise Valley high in the French Alps, Paradiski is one of the largest snow-sure ski areas in the world. Between the resorts of Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne there is uninterrupted skiing on 425 km of runs served by an impressive network of lifts, including the famous Vanoise Express cable car that links Les Arcs and La Plagne. The bubble lift only takes 4 minutes to cover the 2km separating the two resorts.

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Fulfilling a Vision in Good Taste

When George Fenech, Chairman & Managing Director of The Tumas Group, 12 years ago, first came out with the idea of developing Portomaso, many people thought he was being unrealistic to even consider the idea, and that the company was being too ambitious.

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Property investment – The L-Word is Back…

During the boom years, you couldn’t move for estate agents, property developers, and TV presenters chanting the property mantra: Location, Location, Location. Now that the market has turned pear-shaped, their chiming clichés are conspicuous by their absence. Except for this timely piece…

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Masdar – The Future of Building is in the Past

ImageClimate change is widely considered as the biggest environmental challenge facing the world today.  No matter which side of the fence you’re on, the public and commercial sector have a huge role to play.  Especially when you consider that the world’s major cities are responsible for consuming more than 75% of the world’s energy and give off 80% of greenhouse gas emissions. 

The world’s cities are arguably frontline fighters in the battle to save the planet.

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Candy and Candy – Sweetening London’s Top Property Deal

ImageThe headlines scream SPENDING CUTS, the politicians espouse AUSTERITY, and consumer confidence has TANKED.  But while the man/woman in the street is tightening their belts and cutting back on luxuries, London’s glitziest property moguls are rubbing their hands.

That’s because the Candy Brothers, Christian and Nick, have just turned over sales of £62m since January in the biggest recession since the Wall Street Crash.  They’ve redefined luxury at the One Hyde Park development and taken opulence to a whole new level. 

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