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Chambres a Canada WateR

Quality selection of house shares located within the fabulous Docklands area of London in zone 2 of the public transport network (Canada Water, Surrey Quays, Bermondsey and Rotherhithe)  The residences offer an excellent range of rooms for both short and long stay students or for professionals.  
With shared facilities that include a common dining room, living room with TV, 1-2 bathrooms, kitchen, garden, patio.  

Key Features: 
Most of the properties have two communal bathrooms, some separate WCs and some houses offer en-suites bathroom
•Shopping centre, local restaurants and entertainment areas are nearby.  The vibrant area of the Docklands in zone 2 is within convenient reach and the city centre is only a throw away.
• The location offers 24 hour buses and trains which provide easy access to all parts of central London in 30 minutes and the City of London in 15 minutes.


Cartes Internationales



  • Si vous êtes étudiant, pensez a la "Carte d'Etudiant Internationale" ISIC pour bénéficier des avantages et réductions lors de votre séjours a Londres.  
    C'est une carte reconnue dans le monde entier. 


  • Elle permet aux enseignants et chercheurs de voyager moins cher.  
    C'est une carte reconnue dans le monde entier. 


  • Elle permet aux jeunes de moins de 30 ans qui ne sont plus etudiants de voyager moins cher.  
    C'est une carte reconnue dans plus de 125 pays


Offres Speciales cours d'anglais a Bournemouth

20% de reduction sur les cours d'anglais a Bournemouth pour les courtes et longues durees.  Reservez un d'anglais avant le 29/04/2016 et beneficiez de 20% de reduction mais votre cours peut commencer tout au long de 2016:  Les cours concernes par l'offre speciale.

General English Programme (short-term and long-term)

  • 20 lessons per week
  • 25 lessons per week
  • 30 lessons per week


The London Pass est un forfait touristique qui vous permet de visiter les plus grans sites et attractions en economisant du temps et de l'argent.Profitez des offres du moment jusqu'a -20% j'usqu'au 27/04/2016

The London Pass Dinning Guide : En achetant ce guide, vous pouvez beneficier, avec la carte incluse dans ce guide, de plusieurs offres speciales  jusqu'a -50%, avec une grande varietes de cuisines.   Cette carte peut etre utilisees par 6 personnes, tres utiles pour les familles ou les groupes: 



Model Market Lewisham tous les W.End du 15 au 30 Avril 2016

The south London iteration of Street Feast is back for another summer of booze, fun and excellent street food. Lewisham's night-time food party takes place in an abandoned 1950s covered market in Lewisham, and delicious portable dinners are served by the likes of Rola Wala, Mother Flipper and Spit and Roast (source Time Out London)





Canonbury behind Upper Street, north of the Regent’s Canal, the Newington Green side of Canonbury has sometimes been overlooked, compared with nearby Barnsbury and Highbury. A reopened overground station has revitalised this area, which has plenty of period terraces, easy transport connections and a relaxed atmosphere.  Prices have risen by more than half since 2007, reflecting the desire for all things Islington. 


Finsbury Park

Finsbury Park has traditionally been the slightly less-smart end of Islington, compared with Highbury or Angel. Although it is farther out, Finsbury Park is on the Victoria Line, has easy access to the City on the mainline, and has plenty of shops and restaurants. There’s a new theatre and smart new accommodation popping up all the time. Average prices are around 30 per cent lower than in Islington as a whole. 



Marylebone It’s hardly an undiscovered find, but Marylebone is becoming the latest kid on the super-prime block. Where it was once the poor northern relation of Mayfair, it is quickly catching up. Marylebone has always been an excellent location.  There are great shops and restaurants on the high street.



Bayswater It’s all relative, but Bayswater has historically been a bit more run-down than its Hyde Park neighbours. But that is changing. “This is a fascinating part of London, brimming with character,” says Sam Allport, of Mountgrange Heritage. “The plans to renovate the Whiteley site on Queensway are having a positive effect. “Coupled with the fact that prices here remain up to 20 per cent lower than in neighbouring Notting Hill and Marylebone means a variety of buyers are drawn to the area.”


City Road

City Road  Angel has long been yuppie central, while Shoreditch and Old Street have emerged as the centres of Britain’s tech scene. But the road that links them had little to recommend it bar the Victoria Miro museum. 


Earls Court 

Earls Court is undergoing serious redevelopment. The 77-acre site of the exhibition centre is being turned into smart shops, 7,500 new homes and other leisure facilities. It is increasingly popular with families and professionals.


White City

White City might have upped to Salford, but the Westfield Centre has brought shopping and jobs. Still, White City is firmly in the “new” category. “Five years ago, people wouldn’t have considered it” “But Soho House has just announced it is opening there.” With good access to the rest of West London, White City should be a reliable bet. 



Stratford was a fear that after the Olympics, Stratford might struggle to live up to its post-Games plan. But after a brief plateau, the area is picking up again, with an increasingly settled community of young families and professionals. It has brilliant train and Tube access to central London, and, between the Olympic swimming pool and velodrome, plenty of sports facilities. 


Honor Oak Park

Honor Oak Park Her is another Here part of south London that has been opened up by the revamped London Overground route. Honor Oak Park is leafy, and you get more for your money than in equivalent areas in north London. “Honor Oak Park is just inside Zone 3, with a great overground line,” says Oliver Knight of Knight Frank. “The area looks set to become a hot spot for families looking for more space, great schools and more for their money than areas such as Islington



Sometimes called the Shoreditch of the South, Woolwich is an attractive option for those who cannot afford nearby Greenwich. “Activity in the Woolwich property market has significantly increased over the past few years, with hundreds of new homes being built”



Margarets is on the up, with buyers drawn to the value it offers compared with Richmond and Twickenham nearby. “In the past year alone, property prices have increased by 10 per cent in the area.



Acton, is shaking off its reputation as Ealing’s poor cousin. It has plenty of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as good schools. “Property in Acton has historically traded at a discount to its affluent neighbouring districts of Ealing and Chiswick,” explains Mark Wilkinson from Knight Frank. “But the opening of Crossrail will reduce the price difference, and ensure good capital growth relative to the rest of London.” 


Maida Vale

Maida Vale "Surprisingly, values here remain well below that of neighbouring St John’s Wood,” says Camilla Dell from buying agent Black Brick. “We feel Maida Vale still represents good value for investors, where you can still buy for less than £1,000 per sq foot.” There are pretty shops on Clifton Road, while Lord’s Cricket Ground and the canals of Little Venice are a short walk in either direction



Bloomsbury UCL, the Bloomsbury Group and the British Museum, this area has long been a haven for literary and artistic types. Prices are already high, but there is a consensus that the area is catching up with Marylebone, to the West, in the prime London stakes..“Prices have risen steadily since 2009 in Bloomsbury,” says Adrian Philpott of Winkworth. “Achieved prices have risen between 10 per cent and 15 per cent in the last 12 months. It is expected that the arrival of Crossrail in 2017 at Tottenham Court Road and Farringdon will keep interest in the area high.”


Ravenscourt Park

Ravenscourt Park between Chiswick, Shepherd’s Bush and Hammersmith, Ravenscourt Park benefits from the “next door” phenomenon. “Housing stock in Ravenscourt Park is typically made up of three- to six-bedroom Edwardian properties,” says Christopher Bramwell from Savills. “This attracts buyers from Notting Hill, Kensington and Holland Park who are looking for more for their money, greater outdoor space and closer proximity to schools.”



Camberwell a villagey feel, art school and a good mix of housing stock, Camberwell has always had the fundamentals in place. But thanks to improved rail connections to the West End and the City, prices are picking up. 


South Highgate 

South Highgate Belsize Park, Highgate and Dartmouth Park, this area has not traditionally been considered a separate market. But, says Chick, it is benefiting from a “classic next-door effect. There are lovely houses, but they aren’t quite as popular as Hampstead or Bishops Avenue yet.” Prices have risen 57 per cent since 2007.



Croydon synonymous with unfashionable London, Croydon is undergoing a renaissance, with more than a billion pounds of investment planned, including a revamped high street and a Westfield shopping centre. The new Overground link has cut travel times to the centre of London and increased capacity. 



Streatham People who can’t afford Clapham any more are taking a punt on Streatham,” adds Chick, who affords it “new” and “novel” status. “There is lots going on, with development schemes and a revamped high street.” Prices have risen 25 per cent since 2007, but with average sold values at £375,481, the area is still affordable compared with many boroughs, particularly north of the river.



Wandsworth is hardly a new kid on the property block. But even with increasingly high prices, it keeps attracting buyers. They are drawn by schools, gardens and a leafy feel. “Wandsworth and Clapham are two real hot spots if you’re looking for great capital growth and overall returns,” says Sam Sproston of Knight Frank. Growth here, partly fuelled by the huge investment in Battersea to the north, has outstripped even the rest of the capital, at nearly 20 per cent in the past year. Proof that, as long as people continue to want to live in London, areas will keep rising (Source: The Telegraph:



Le marathon de Londres prend place cette annee le 24 Avil 2016


The route starts south of the Thames and passes through Greenwich before crossing the river over Tower Bridge. It then continues through central London before finishing in glory in front of Buckingham Palace. Check out our spectator route below for more details. 



Pack Basic création entreprise a Londres a partir de £17 + remboursement de £40 si ouverture d'un compte bancaire professionnel avec les banques Barclays ou LLoyds.

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