London Borough of Hackney
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...London Borough of Hackney from 2008 of the Institution: Introduction Hackney is a London Borough located on the eastern side of the city. This borough is usually considered among the boroughs with a great cultural diversification but greatly deprived. It was declared the most deprived borough in England in 2004, with all wards in the borough being in the 10 per cent most deprived wards in England. In spite of Hackney Borough having a great social mix, a big portion of Hackney residents get social benefits. The southern part of Hackney borders the city and therefore close to Broadgate development, which is set to provide Hackney with its first... Running Head: Economic Development Strategy:...
London Borough of Ealing
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...London Borough of Ealing) Greenford Green Clinic first Greenford Green Clinic phone number: 010 8383 8844 alternative phone: email: location: Wadham Gardens UB6 0BT Ealing The Ealing Council (2001) describes the Borough as a community of sharp contrasts sharing in west London's successful economy famous for shopping and entertainment facilities, open parklands and unrivalled transport links, but with pockets of serious deprivation. Its economic progress has led to problems such as traffic congestion threatening inward investment, as well as major shortage of affordable housing that puts pressure to employers and public services in retaining key workers... Profile of Greenford Green ward (in...
Obesity In London Borough Of Lewisham
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...London borough of Lewisham Obesity in London borough of Lewisham Introduction Healthcare is very important. This paper is going to discuss some of the healthcare issues in London. It is evident that the poor always have many hardships in life and healthcare is not exceptional. However, there are some healthcare programs that are set by the government that take care of the healthcare of all categories of people (Riegelman 2009). This paper is also going to focus on some of those programs to try and evaluate some of the roles that they play in the healthcare system in London borough of Lewisham. One of the increasing healthcare concerns in Lewisham is increased cases of obesity. The paper... ? Obesity in...
Telephone interview for the London Borough of Newtown2
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...London Borough of Newtown Telephone Interview for the London Borough of Newtown Introduction This paper will provide a summarize data and findings of comprehended interviews conducted by the local estate authority from the local residents. The data is extracted from the 400 interviews taken from tenants and lease holders of seven states, comprising of 80 males and 183 female respondents. The aim of this paper is to highlight areas in which people of these estates are most satisfied and areas in which they are least satisfied. Both qualitative and quantitative data are summarized in this report, to give a clear understanding of people’s responses obtained. 1. Confirming... ? Telephone Interview for the...
Infant mortality amongst Black African groups in London Borough of Hackney
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...London Borough of Hackney Introduction Infant mortality is the number of infants who die before reaching the age of one year. It is measured using the infant mortality rate, which is the number of deaths in every one thousand births. The rate of infant mortality has been significantly reducing over the last several decades all over the world. This is because of improved health care and studies on better maternal and childcare, as well as enforcing of policies by countries to reduce the cases of infant mortality. However, infant mortality rates are higher in developing countries than in developed, especially western countries. There are several causes... Infant mortality amongst Black African groups in...
EVALUATING CHILDHOOD OBESITY IN THE LONDON BOROUGH OF WESTMINSTER THE MOST AFFECTED AREAS ARE THE SOUTH AND THE NORTHERN PART.
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...London Borough of Westminster Introduction Obesity prevalence has been found to be lower among white, mixed Asian/white, and Chinese children, and high among Caribbean, African and other black children in London. This high level of obesity among African, black Caribbean children is associated with higher deprivation levels (Greater London Authority, 2011). This partly explains the high level of obesity in Westminster. It is a region composed of all these ethnic groups. Whites are the majority (69.5%), followed by Asian or Asian British (12.8%), then Black or Black British (7.2%), Chinese or other ethnic groups at 6.6% and Mixed at 4.0% (Findlay, Yeowart & Kail... Evaluating Childhood Obesity in the...
'Exploring the effect of television on young children's lives: perspectives of parents in London Borough of Tower Hamlets'
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...London Borough of Tower Hamlets’ Introduction In the last few years, the influence of television on the development of children has been characterized by rising attention as a result of the large amount of time spend by children on watching television. It is a reality that television has adapted the extra task of a socializing agent, with an average of three to five hours dedicated on a daily basis on TV watching. The practice however has been viewed as a medium through which children learn and experience several issues that they would not otherwise experience personally... ?Effects of television on young children ‘Exploring the effect of television on young children’s lives: perspectives of parents in...
Telephone interview for the London Borough of Newtown
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...Question no Can I confirm that your e has caretaking services? When the respondents were inquired regarding their e having caretaking services, it was found that out of 400 respondents only 134 of them did not had caretaking service. It was amazing to find that most of the respondents (i.e. 266) that were interviewed on the telephone had caretaking services at their estate. On the other hand, respondents that did not have caretaking service were not interviewed any further, leaving the total respondents to 266. The graphical representation of this question is as follows; Question no.2 (a.) Thinking about what happens on your estate are you, Personally, satisfied or dissatisfied... no Can I confirm that ...
Tuberculosis in the Borough of Newham, the most affected area is east and the northern parts of Newham- London
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...Borough of Newham, the most affected area is east and the northern parts of Newham- London Contents Introduction: 3 Rationale: 4Discussion and Findings: 10 Determinants of Tuberculosis in an urban health set up  10  Consequences and implications of Tuberculosis 11 Policies, Prevention and Awareness: 13 Recommendation and Conclusion: 14 References: 15 Introduction: Tuberculosis, a disease infectious in nature, has affected almost one third of the world population and spread of this killer disease is growing steadily at a pace of 1% of the total population each year (World Health Organization, 2002). It was widely believed that Tuberculosis has affected the developing countries only... Tuberculosis in the...
Dissertation question: Analyse home protection alarms in homeowners within the Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London,
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...borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London, UK. Is it feasible for TL Detect to move into this new market? Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Chapter 1: Introduction 3 1.1 Research Questions, Aim and Objectives 5 1.2 Sub Research Questions 6 1.3 Research Objectives 6 Chapter 3: Literature Review 7 3.1 Introduction 7 3.2 Burglary, Security System & Consumer Behaviour 7 Chapter 4: Research Methodology 11 4.1 Ethnography 11 4.2 Sampling Strategy 12 Chapter 1: Introduction Strom et al. (2010) pointed out that private security has become increasing concern for people across the globe... the information technology support with the security system in order to offer customizable and precise private...
Development of Tourism in West London
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...London boasts many world class tourism assets and is a genuinely dynamic, vibrant and exciting place to visit. I believe this strategy will help West London to rise and meet the challenges ahead and I look forward to having the London Development Agency, West London Business, Visit London and the Boroughs work together to achieve the goals we have set here (London Development Authority, 2005). Tamara Ingram, Visit London Chair London's reputation as a world-class city is well-deserved. It is the place where the historic past and the vibrant... The outline of my assignment please Task Question Who has made some suggestions regarding the development of tourism in west London prior 2005What do they say...
Populated Borough Barnet
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...London ity, DMAG, 2001 Mid-Year Estimate03 Demographic Profile 05 Socio-economic Conditions 16 Conclusion 21 Appendix 22 1.0 Introduction Barnet is the second largest populated borough in London and is a mixture of many ethnic groups. As a result of their diversity, the residents of this borough believe that their case is strengthened and it has increased the want for more people to come live in the area. Housing has become an issue that needs to be addressed immediately. The growth of the middle-income households and the arrival of new families have created a need... Community Profile- Barnet Table of Content Introduction 02 Housing 02 Greater...
Childhood Obesity in London
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...London borough of Lewisham. Child obesity There is no globally accepted definition for child obesity and hence researchers and healthcare professionals try to assess child obesity in terms of published guidelines of body mass index. As Ferry (n.d) points out, some professionals consider child obesity as a condition where a child’s body weight is 20% more than actually needed height according to BMI criteria, or body fat percentage is 25% above in boys and 32% above... Childhood Obesity in London Introduction The increasing prevalence of child obesity has become a serious health issue in the United Kingdom. The country’s health sector is struggling to address the issues associated with unhealthy...
A health needs assessment of a community
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...London Borough Introduction A study of Hounslow London Borough, its population and the provision of amenities for comfortable living was conducted. The health needs of Hounslow London Borough were examined by identifying clearly visible health trends in the population, and establishing causal factors. The primary causal factor has been discussed and the roles of various stakeholders have been addressed. Health promotion by local and national government and other participants for implementing lasting solutions to address concerns among the population has been discussed. Hounslow London Borough Figure 1. Hounslow London Borough (City of London, 2009) Hounslow... Health Needs Assessment of Hounslow London...
Compare the relevant health statistics for the Borough of Newham with another borough of your choice
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...London. The most recent statistics of the 2001 census show that Newham has a population of 250, 600 people. The population is seen to grow steadily since 1991. There is evidence that the office of the national statistics figures not only underestimates the size and population of Newham but also do not provide an accurate picture of the makeup of the borough’s different communities (NC, 2007, pp. 9-11). On the other hand the city of Westminster has a population of 181,279 according to the census population of 2001. The population was to low according to the city council and political parties. The office of the National Statistics then added a total of 17,500 people to the population bringing... ?Comparing ...
Questions detailed below in criteria
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...London Borough of TowerHamlets should be a success once it is properly communicated. The importance of a project such as this would be critical for a number of reasons. They include the following: Tower Hamlets is a London Borough which is situated on the north side of the River Thames (London Borough of Hamlets Strategic Planning Team 2009, p. 3). Some of the areas in this borough have a high risk of flooding. Areas of low ground can be found in South Bromley, Wapping and Isle of Dog (Hernandez 2011). According to Environmental Agency (2011) 31% - 37,600 properties which are located along... Hamlets: London Borough Environmental Fact Sheet. Available at:...
Health and Health Care in London
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...London: The number of people needing HIV care in London during 2005 was 22,473 and during 2006 it increased to 23,986. Between 2005 and 2006, 30 percent of people in the region living with HIV remain undiagnosed and the number of people accessing National Health Service for HIV in London has been reported to have increased by 7 percent. Nearly half of all gay men in London with gonorrhea also had HIV as reported in 2005.. . (THT Direct 2007) London Borough of Barnet: The London borough of Barnet was formed in 1965 from the Municipal Borough... Introduction: Love and lust have played vital roles in transformation of the healthy civilized society into the present perilous condition. The aftermath of the...
Skeleton argument
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...London Borough of Newha v Khatun, Zeb and Iqbal; CA [24-Feb-2004] held that the terms of a tenancy agreement are controlled by the Unfair Contract Regulations to determine the unfair phrases and prevent them from being enforced5. 4. In the event the established acts and regulations may not permit the enforcement of a principle in this particular case, this court has the authority to develop... Skeleton Argument due: In the court of appeal Between- of the East of England (Appellant) and Edwards (Respondent) Authorities 1. Office of Fair Trading ‘Guidance on Unfair Terms in Tenancy Agreements’ [1.8]. 2. ‘The Law Commission and The Scottish Law Commission’ (LAW COM No.292) (SCOT LAW COM No 199) 1.9 3. ‘Unfa...
Borough Warlords Exacerbating British Housing Crisis
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...London Borough to regain my losses and we re going to be taking the strongest action... Borough Warlords Exacerbating British Housing Crisis Whispers of wrongdoing growing into a chorus of dissent The "whispers of wrongdoing", coming from property developers and insiders alike, are being ignored by certain local councilors and local Government planning officers bent on consolidating their private fiefdoms under rules and regulations designed to simplify and expedite planning applications rather than to create planning warlords whom violate rules and regulations with impunity. One might upon experiencing this Byzantine labyrinth feel that they are dealing with local warlords in Afghanistan or Mafiosa in...
London Olympics
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...London. A sustainable London is one where local communities have greater responsibility for decisions that affect them resulting in better health, improved social networks, meaningful work choices and a more uplifting physical environment. Energy efficient and non polluting technologies are used throughout the capital's buildings and industry, improving London's environment and creating new job opportunities. Doorstep recycling is available in every London borough, combined with dramatic reduction in the city's waste, reducing thecity's ecological footprinton the rest of the planet. Wildlife and green spaces are protected and enhanced for the enjoyment and education... London Olympics 2006 Sustainable...
Health Needs Assesment Report
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...borough 4 1.3.Historical background 4 1.4.Formation of the borough 5 2.Newham key population characteristics 5 2.1.Population 5 2.2.Health 6 2.3.Housing 7 3.Barnet Borough Key characteristics 7 3.1.Population 7 3.2.Health 8 3.3.Housing 9 4.Health Needs Assessment: Newham 9 List of References 12 Newham borough 1.1. Historical background Newham is located five miles east of the city of London. It is bounded to the south by the River Thames, to the west by the River Lea, to the east by the River Roding and the Wanstead Flats in the north... ?Health Needs Assessment Report Table of Contents Health Needs Assessment Report Table of Contents 2 1.Historical background 3 1.2.Formation of Newham 4 The Barnet...
London underground
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...London, five of them being located on the metropolitan line. Some of the underground stations found on the metropolitan line include Amersham, Chesham, Chalfont & Letimer, and Chorleywood. Epping station is found on the central line. Further, there are other underground stations grouped under the term “London boroughs”. Six stations under London borough are not connected to the underground system of rail, they include: Bexley, Bromley, Croydon, Kingston, Lewisham and Sutton18. The London underground consists of the Bakerloo line, central line, circle line, district line, Hammersmith and city line, jubilee line... The London Underground London Underground Introduction The London underground is one of the ...
Construction law essay
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...London Borough Coucil ([1977] 2 All ER 90) case is an epitome of the dynamic character of UK common law. The short-lived Anns test was used as basis for the determination of liabilities for negligence until it was totally abandoned in the case of Murphy v Brentwood District Council. The Anns doctrine requires a case to pass its two-stage test, namely, (1) whether or not the proximity or neighbourhood between the claimant... ?On the present UK tort law, it is said that, “Generally, the damage necessary to sustain a claim in negligence must be actual physical injury to person or property other than the property which is the product of the negligence itself.” (Keating, 1995)  It may seem absurd why the law...
CONSTRUCTION LAW YEAR 3
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...London Borough Coucil ([1977] 2 All ER 90) case is an epitome of the dynamic character of UK common law. The short-lived Anns test was used as basis for the determination of liabilities for negligence until it was totally abandoned in the case of Murphy v Brentwood District Council. The Anns doctrine requires a case to pass its two-stage test, namely, (1) whether or not the proximity or neighbourhood between the claimant... On the present UK tort law, it is said that, “Generally, the damage necessary to sustain a claim in negligence must be actual physical injury to person or property other than the property which is the product of the negligence itself.” (Keating, 1995)  It may seem absurd why the law r...
Regeneration
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...London Aim to Promote or Prevent Gentrification? Table of Contents Introduction 3 Prevention of Gentrification: 3 The policies such as “Urban Renaissance”, “Urban Regeneration” and “Urban Sustainability” can be firmly related to the endeavour of government towards promoting gentrification process. For example, the regeneration of London Docklands in the Docklands Borough can be viewed as an example supporting gentrification process. In this regard, the Conservative government of Britain in the year 1981 founded special urban development corporations, which was known as ‘London Docklands Development Corporation (LDDC)’. 5 The LDDC policies advocated four major criteria... Should Planning Policy in London...
ANALYSIS OF CASE STUDIES OF ORGANIZATIONS
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...London Borough of Redbridge, Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council and Chorley Borough Council, in which changes in the organizational culture were implemented. MAIN BODY Brief Profiles of the Organizations Which are Part of the Case Study Analysis North Cumbria Primary Care Trust According to Cumbria NHS (2006) the former North Cumbria Primary Care Trusts have been replaced by Cumbria Primary Care Trust (PCT). This is a major organization for health, serving a population of nearly five lakh people. The organization is responsible for providing primary and community health services, and for commissioning... Human Resource Management ANALYSIS OF CASE STUDIES OF ORGANIZATIONS INTRODUCTION It...
GLA (Greater London Authority) and MAYOR
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...London authority is funded by the central government and local council taxes to carry out their desired plans. GLA itself does not work on any project, whereas holds an umbrella under which four major functional bodies work on the directed plans released by mayor. These four departments are the functional bodies which are: Transport for London. Metropolitan Police Authority. London Development Authority. London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority. GLA is responsible to communicate with internal bodies and London Borough councils are legally bound to follow strategic plans and if not,...
The reasons why UK (based in the borough of Ealing) residents travel domestically versus internationally.
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...Borough of Ealing, in London Britain, just like in other places, tourism plays an important role in provision of Employment. If one takes the wider national setting, by 2010 the tourism industry in Britain had already employed 2.65 million persons in 200,000 different companies. 80% of these companies were Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) which were either directly owned by youths under 35 years or mostly employed the youth in that category (Tourism Alliance, 2011). Borough... ?Introduction The tourism sector has emerged as a very important aspect of national economies around the globe. For this reason countries are trying to outdo each other in advertising themselves as destinations. This drive has...
UK Smoking legislation
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...London Borough of Tower Hamlet Tower Hamlets has a high rate of poor health and low life expectancy as compared to other parts of the country. Smoking happens to be the single biggest cause of death among the borough’s residents. Smoking is the reason for the wide gap in life expectancy between Tower Hamlets and the rest of UK. At least one person dies in the borough due to smoking. The London Borough of Tower Hamlet council supports the no-smoking policy. The council has innovated a scheme that is aimed at creating a healthier society, protected from the effects of second hand smoke. In 2009, the council, under the Tobacco Control Alliance umbrella, introduced the Smokefree Business Award...
Economic Development Strategy: Hackney
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...London Borough of Hackney from 2008 of the Institution: Introduction Hackney is a London Borough located on the eastern side of the city. This borough is usually considered among the boroughs with a great cultural diversification but greatly deprived. It was declared the most deprived borough in England in 2004, with all wards in the borough being in the 10 per cent most deprived wards in England. In spite of Hackney Borough having a great social mix, a big portion of Hackney residents get social benefits. The southern part of Hackney borders the city and therefore close to Broadgate development, which is set to provide Hackney with its first ever... manage to reach these jobs, the time...
Critically evaluate, in relation to the common law duty of care, the liability of employers for references. How, if at all, does
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...London Borough of Hackney (Bartholomew V London Borough of Hackney , 1999), employee (the subject) sued his ex-employer for giving a reference stating that he had been under suspension for gross misconduct at the time of leaving which was unfair though factually correct. His claim was dismissed but the court of appeal clarified the applicable law as employers must not make... ?Critically evaluate, in relation to the common law duty of care, the liability of employers for references. How, if at all, does the liability of a university (such as the University of Sussex) differ regarding references given to potential employers in respect of current or former students? Introduction Before proceeding to...
Non-fiction essay about a London location below or above ground that has significance. Include detailed description about sights, sounds, smells, and emotions a
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...London society. While many of the structures have since been converted into hotels, some of them in the western and southern areas of Russell Square still stand intact to this day. While London Borough of Camden presently administers it, Russell Square is still owned by the Beresford Estate (‘Russell Square’ Wikipedia.org, 2007). Russell Square underwent a major renovation in 2002 when famous architect Humphrey Repton embellished it in a distinctive form that corresponded to the first 19th century layout. The main feature of the renovated layout is the new fountain firing jets of water... NON-FICTION ESSAY Russell Square ranks as one of London’s most prominent locations. It is a big square in...
Compare the relevant health statistics for the Borough of Newham with another borough of your choice.
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...Borough is an administrative unit which can exists in various s. It designates a township that practices self governing strategy in order to provide basic and other personal needs of individual residence. The needs are compound in nature and include health, education and other crucial necessities that promote development. In this report, there is comparison of relevant health statistics in Borough of Newham and Hillingdon. The specific areas of analysis capture their population, health and diseases, migrants, ethnicity, crime trends, education, housing, environment and finally labor market (Office for National Statistics of London, 2010, p.2). The Population of borough... ? College: Introduction Borough...
London
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...borough authority rested squarely in the hands of the elder folk, who met the city's antique court of Husting- the top court of the medieval city, with governmental as well as officially permitted gathering. London was subject to the authority of the Crown through its Sheriff. Nonetheless, an association of citizens under curse- the commune- was founded in 12th century. The office of mayor was also built during this period. The community was acknowledged by Prince John in 1191. London citizens were given the authority to elect the Sheriffs of their choice. The sheriff was the king's ambassador in the course of whom the city... Development of Roman London Londinium was founded...
In the light of the modern case law on review on the grounds of error of law and error of fact, is it still possible to say that
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...London Borough Council9, one may observe that the court’s weariness to consider questions of fact when dealing with handling appeals is based on law is indeed properly established... ? Error of Law and Error of Fact Error of Law and Error of Fact Understanding Error of the Law One of the biggest concerns in understanding error of law and error of fact usually lies in understanding what the error is in the first place. It may be right to assume that a court will always order summary judgment in a civil case in the event that there is no credible issue of fact, and usually, basing the argument on undisputed facts, the moving party may be entitled to summary judgment. This is to imply that in the event that ...
Investigative journalism: abandoned building in London
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...London Borough of Brent. The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health. 2003. 123:23... ?Abandoned Croydon General Hospital: Challenges to the Redevelopment The Croydon General Hospital building at one time had about 250 beds for in-patients. The expansion and development of the nearby Mayday Hospital complemented by the age and state of the building’s disrepair, made it impractical to maintain and it was closed to patients by 1996. Many plans have evolved for the building since then, but renovation was out of the question despite its unique architectural design that originates from 1867 as a voluntary hospital for the poor industrial classes. Only some stone works hopefully to be...
Westfield shopping centre London development project.
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...London Shopping Centre is a mega mall situated in Shepherd’s Bush – London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, which provides 130 803 sq m (1 408 000 sq ft) of retail and leisure accommodation, being home to over 265 shops on five levels, 50 restaurants and cafes, as well as cinema, and car parks for 4 500 cars. The development project has involved regenerating over 44 acres of brownfield site, 9 separate rail projects including the rebuilding/relocation of an operational depot facility for London Underground’s Central Line... ? Westfield Shopping Centre London Development Project This paper is intended to identify and map out the key actors for each phase of Westfield Shopping Centre London Development...
Housing viability appraisal report
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...London Borough of Hackney 2013 community infrastructure levy: viability study Preliminary draft charging schedule , community infrastructure levy, Hackney ,2013 London Borough of Hackney, affordable housing viability study.2010.BNP PARIBAS. Viability Proof of Evidence of Jacob Kut, 2012, LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS... Contents 0 Summary 2.0 1 3.0 Revenues 1 4.0 Viability Appraisal Assumptions and justification 2 5.0 Residual land value 4 6.0 Benchmark Land Value 4 7.0 Viability A...
UK Employment Law
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...London Borough of Ealing11, it was held that to establish that the dismissal to be fair, it is essential to demonstrate that the employee is not able to carry out all of his contractual duties12. In A J Dunning & Sons (Shopfitters) Ltd v S Jacomb13 , it was held that Jacomb was dismissed fairly for incapability as he falls short of required mental qualities and aptitude... ?In 1968, a Royal Commission Report d: “In the eye of the law employer and employee are free and equal parties to the contract of employment..............Thus, an employer is legally entitled to dismiss an employee whenever he wishes and for whatever reasons, provided only that he gives due notice.” Discuss how far this statement is...
Coursework question: The compensation culture in the UK has been described as a damaging myth. Critically examine whether this is the case and whether the pass
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...London Borough Council it was held that the test for the duty of care consisted of three primary functions. Its first function was to determine the remoteness of damage. Put another way, the resulting harm must have been foreseeable. Secondly, the relationship between the parties must be of sufficient proximity to impose a duty of care. The imposition of a duty of care is necessarily connected to the question of custody and control of the place and circumstances that give rise to the harm complained of. Last, but by all means not least... The compensation culture in Great Britain is focused on restitution. The concept and purpose of common law and sta y provision is place the victim in the position...
Visitor Attraction Management on London Eye UK
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...London Eye UK 1.0 Introduction 1.1. London eye United Kingdom The London eye or the energy London eye is one of the tourist attractions since over 3 million people visit the site. In addition, it is the tallest outstanding wheel and also known as a monster wheel in the world, located at the banks of River Thames in the London Borough of Lambeth in England. It was designed by Mark starfield architects, and it measures about 135 meters in height. It however took about six years to make the structure a reality and with the collaboration of about five European countries. The wheel is inclusive of 32... ?Running head: Visitor Attraction Management on London Eye UK Visitor Attraction Management on London Eye...
REMEDIES LAW
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...London Fire and Civil Defence Authorities [1996] 4 All ER 318 • Judge LJ in Bradford-Smart v West Sussex County Council [2002] EWCA Civ 7 • Lord Slynn in Phelps v London Borough of Hillingdon [2000] 3 WLR 776 • Schiemann LJ om Vellino v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police [2002] 1 WLR 218 • Lord Hoffmann in Tomlinson v Congleton Borough Council [2004] 1 AC 46 Part B Professor Atiyah in his book... of Phelps v London Borough of Hillingdon12, he suggested that the claim might ‘be without foundation or exaggerated.’ It would seem from the above that many of the judiciary are loathe to encourage the blame culture, and are keen to find ways in which...
Critically evaluate, in relation to the common law duty of care, the liability of employers for references. How, if at all, does
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...London Borough of Hackney and Yeboah; CA 23-Oct-1998, the complainant submitted before the court that reference addressed to his employer by the former institution contributed to his suspension. When the court reviewed the evidence adduced before it in relation to the reference, the court held that content of reference was fair and it did not in any way damage the reputation of the complainant. Based on the above arguments as well as the cited court... ? Common Law Duty of Care + Common Law Duty of Care The legal systemof England and Wales recognizes the need to protect employees from practices, which in one way or the other would limit or violate the freedom of the employee. Under the common law legal...
Politics in a Globalized World
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...London Borough of Lambeth, Brixton In the London Borough of Lambeth, Brixton Introduction The area of Brixton in the Borough of Lambeth is rich in ethnic diversity and in cultural history. Brixton has a history that can be stretched back to the occupation of the Romans with agriculture being the central form of industry until the early 18th century. The area has been centrally involved in the abolition of slavery, the integration of various races into the population, and actively involved in the tensions that have occurred as the races have struggled to live together in peace. The nature of the community is defined by its diversity, creating a culturally rich area in which shopping... In the...
Visitor Attraction Management on London Eye UK
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...London Eye UK 1.0 Introduction 1.1. London eye United Kingdom The London eye or the energy London eye is one of the tourist attractions since over 3 million people visit the site. In addition, it is the tallest outstanding wheel and also known as a monster wheel in the world, located at the banks of River Thames in the London Borough of Lambeth in England. It was designed by Mark starfield architects, and it measures about 135 meters in height. It however took about six years... Running head: Visitor Attraction Management on London Eye UK Visitor Attraction Management on London Eye UK Insert Insert Insert Instructor’s Name 16th. April 2011 Table of contents. ...
Empty Homes Strategies in London: their development and implementation:an examination of two London boroughs, Lewisham and Southwark.
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...London: their development and implementation: an examination of two London boroughs, Lewisham and Southwark” The research study focuses on the sudden riot in empty houses caused by the recession and worse economic conditions throughout the world. For this study, as empty home is a global phenomenon, we have confined our research to one city (London); we will conduct survey and understand the causes in a specific area. There are many empirical researches done, and the data can be collected from those studies to save time. All the information will be derived from country survey on empty house, strategies of government to slow down the increasing ratio of empty homes... ? “Empty Homes Strategies in London:...
Coursework on Family Law
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...London Borough of Hounslow.3 In the first scenario, she would have had Barry out thanks to imprisonment; in an event Barry is fined, he may have learned his lessons and stop drinking heavily hence... ?FAMILY LAW of Family Law Q1: Advising Sue and the possible legal action regardingBarry’s Continuous Assault and Abuse The marriage between Barry and Sue is occasioned by domestic violence whereby Barry is regularly violent to Sue. As a result of violence, Sue has suffered numerous injuries ranging from a black eye to bruised ribs. The violence turned out to be too extreme to an extent that Barry punched Sue in the stomach and face. Also, it is reported that Barry grabbed her by the throat and locked her out ...
Unemployed Youth in Southwark
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...London borough in relation to access to employment and the fifth most deprived in terms of dependency on means of tested benefits. The unemployment rate is over 8% as of January 2003. And 34% of those aged 16-74 years Borough are economically inactive (2001 Census). The Southwark average income is approximately 12,000 compared with the national average income is 16,500-18,000 (Housing Requirements Study 1999). Almost half of Southwark's wards (12 out of 25) have over 50% of children and young people in families claiming means tested benefits. There are approximately 10,500 businesses... Topic: Unemployed youth in Southwark The Index of Multiple Deprivation puts Southwark as the forth most deprived...
FAMILY LAW
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...London Borough of Hounslow.3 In the first scenario, she would have had Barry out thanks to imprisonment; in an event Barry is fined, he may have learned his lessons and stop drinking heavily hence... FAMILY LAW of Family Law Q1: Advising Sue and the possible legal action regarding Barry’s Continuous Assault and Abuse The marriage between Barry and Sue is occasioned by domestic violence whereby Barry is regularly violent to Sue. As a result of violence, Sue has suffered numerous injuries ranging from a black eye to bruised ribs. The violence turned out to be too extreme to an extent that Barry punched Sue in the stomach and face. Also, it is reported that Barry grabbed her by the throat and locked her out ...
Equity and Trust Law Essay
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...London Borough Council [1996]14 demonstrated that the 'differences between common law and equitable rights and remedies cannot be ignored merely by the invocation of the language of restitution and unjust enrichment.'15 In that case the Bank's contention that their action was based in equity was rejected since Parliament had made it clear that such actions fell within the common law.16 In the commonwealth the courts have unequivocally argued that both branches have fused for both administrative and practical purposes. In one case the New Zealand Appeal Court said: For all purposes now material, equity and common law... The main thrust of the argument for integrating the systems of equity and...
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