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£800,000: that's an 'affordable' flat according to developer

One of the great mysteries of London life in the 21st century – exactly how much does an “affordable” home cost? – may have finally been solved. 796 more words


It's Up to You to Make the Brick Click

Christmas morning found the following under our tree:

The story of our family fun putting it together is recounted elsewhere, but our week-long adventure reminded me of a great book on a recent success story of LEGO – and the lessons we can learn from it. 756 more words


Architecture review panel could cost council £100,000 a year

Fears that Croydon’s Place Review Panel could amount to little more than an expensive exercise to flatter council CEO Jo Negrini, with Council Tax-payers picking up the tab, are mounting – with some Katharine Street insiders predicting that the architects’ talking shop might end up costing the local council more than £100,000 per year. 1,243 more words


Brick by brick

I was so not ready for this … and it has only just begun. I’m talking about the emotional trials and travails that are high school, teenage, and young adulthood. 1,209 more words

Mushroomhead Makes Us Wet At The Brick By Brick *With Special Commentary*

Sup, biznatches!? What you all been up to? Enough about you all, on October 12 we here at Ugh Metal experienced that great masked band. NOT Slipknot. 1,690 more words

Heavy Metal

My evening with Fabio Frizzi

Ever since I could remember, I have loved Italian Horror. To me, the names Mario Bava, Lamberto Bava, Lucio Fulci, Dario Argento, Umberto Lenzi, Michele Soavi and so forth…those names, to me, are the equivalent to celebrity names for most. 313 more words


Negrini hands £150,000 job to former Waltham Forest exec

Croydon Council appears to have found the perfect replacement for Jo Negrini for the six-figure salaried job of executive director of planning and regeneration: someone who left their previous permanent role on a London council with a hefty pay-off just a few months after controversy over unchecked transfers of public money to a failing private business project. 583 more words

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