Haughton Warburton Launches Resi Division

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first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Haughton Warburton Launches Resi Division previous nextAgencies & PeopleHaughton Warburton Launches Resi DivisionThe Negotiator9th February 20170956 Views One of Manchester’s longest standing commercial and industrial property agencies – Haughton Warburton has responded to market demands and launched Haughton Warburton Residential.Founded in 1999 by Nick Haughton and Mark Warburton, Haughton Warburton has been at the forefront of the commercial and industrial property lettings and sales industry and has witnessed some big changes in the UK property market.Tim Haughton, partner, Haughton Warburton Residential said, “After getting on for almost 20 years in the commercial and industrial property market, Haughton Warburton Residential felt like a natural progression and was founded on the back of client demand. We found that purchaser clients were re-developing existing buildings/ land for the residential market and looking for a suitable residential sale / lettings partners to work with. We’ve already started to work with some great clients and are looking forward to building new relationships.”Tim Haughton said, “The advent of internet advertising and the likes of sites like Rightmove, has seen the traditional estate/letting agency changed beyond belief. The proximity of your office to your potential marketplace, has become less relevant and the manner in which you deal with clients has changed significantly as a result. The business has become much less face-to-face and much more phone/email based. We offer a much greater degree of personal interaction with our clients and are passionate about our accessibility and our service.”Haughton Warburton resi Haughton Warburton resi division February 9, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

News in Brief

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first_imgHarry’s the business Said Business School hired a man from East London to pose as Harry Potter for the day, brightening up luncheon at Christ Church. Tourists also claimed to have greatly enjoyed the spectacle. Patten for President Chris Patten, the current Chancellor of Oxford University may become the British candidate for the presidency of the European Commission. Mr Patten, alumnus of Balliol College, has given assurances that he intends to continue serving in his post at the university even if his presidential ambitions are fulfilled. By Debbie Moss. Showercam scam Following a report by Cherwell, St John’s College has informed Police of a webcam found in a shower in graduate accommodation. The culprit has still not been identified, but the police enquiry is ongoing. Greenfield out Oxford Professor, Baroness Susan Greenfield, has not been shortlisted for Fellowship of the highly prestigious Royal Society. Her omission rekindles the debate that she is being discriminated against because of her comments on sexism within the scientific field, and her celebrity status. By Harriet Mancey-Barratt. Motion squashed The controversial motion tabled at last Friday’s OUSU Council meeting to ignore the result of the recent referendum on higher education funding has been withdrawn. OUSU President Helena Puig Larrauri said she was “pleased that the council rejected the motion and remained committed to campaigning according to the wishes of Oxford Students.” By Alasdair Henderson. Internet Professor The University has named Helen Margetts as its first Professor of Society and the Internet. Margetts will begin work at the Oxford Internet Institute and take up her Fellowship at Mansfield College in October. By Mark Hobel Queuing for cash Wealthy businessmen seeking flats in highly sought-after new developments across the UK are paying students hundreds of pounds to queue for them. By Alasdair Henderson. Lastminute accident Martha Lane Fox, Oxford graduate and co-founder of lastminute.com, has been involved in a serious car accident on holiday in Morocco. Her father is a professor at New College. By Sonalini Gunasekera. Student sleeps in An impoverished American student at New York University spent seven months living in the library because he could not afford to pay rent. His university has now offered him free accommodation for the remainder of the year. By Rachel Von Simson. Odds on poetry Ladbrokes are offering odds of 5/1 on postgraduate Marcus Walker being made Oxford’s Professor of Poetry. There are only five candidates in the election. Walker told Cherwell he was “surprised and flattered” but wasn’t going to be put any money on himself. By Thomas Pursey.ARCHIVE: 1st week TT 2004last_img read more

The Muppets Announce Hollywood Bowl Concert Series

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first_imgLast summer, Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem, the band from The Muppets, made their live music festival debut at Outside Lands. The band played a short set that included The Mowgli’s “San Francisco,” Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zero’s “Home,” The Band’s “Ophelia,” and a version of The Beatles’ “With A Little Help From My Friends” with the Oakland Tabernacle Choir. With short breaks for the puppeteers, the short but sweet set was an incredible dose of musical fun for the music festival attendees. The Muppets have now announced their first-ever full length concert series, which will take place at the Hollywood Bowl in California this September.The event is officially called “The Muppets Take the Bowl,” a nod to the classic 1984 film, and will feature Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, The Great Gonzo, Animal, Sam Eagle, Pepé the King Prawn and the entire Muppet cast – some of who have not been seen in over 35 years – along with Thomas Wilkins, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and special surprise celebrity guests. Overflowing with music, laughter, parody, dancing, classic and new sketches, a fireworks finale – and who knows what else?“Highlights of the show include the fabulous Miss Piggy in a show-stopping musical performance; Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem, with legendary drummer Animal rocking the Bowl; debuts of all-new original chapters of Pigs in Space, Veterinarian’s Hospital and Muppet Labs; and many more extraordinary surprises, including a spectacular fireworks finale, kicked-off by Crazy Harry,” according to a press statement.Check out two announcement videos for the show below, and head here for more information. Watch Dr. Teeth, Floyd Pepper, Janice, Zoot, Lips, and Animal rock Outside Lands below:last_img read more

Phil Lesh Announces 3 Upcoming “On This Day in Dead History” Terrapin Crossroads Shows

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first_imgPhil Lesh has announced three upcoming Terrapin Crossroads shows dubbed “On This Day In Dead History,” set to take place on Wednesday, November 14th, Friday, November 16th, and Sunday, November 18th. Lesh has rounded up longtime collaborators Anders Osborne, Stu Allen, Steve Molitz, and Nathan Graham for the performances, which will see the five-piece recreate classic Grateful Dead shows from unannounced years. However, the shows in question were initially performed on November 14th, 16th, and 18th, respectively. For more information and tickets to Phil’s upcoming “On This Day In Dead History” shows, which will take place in the Terrapin Crossroads Grate Room next week, head here.Last week, Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band performed a three-night Capitol Theatre Halloween run, highlighted by a special show with a little help from uber-talented guests Karl Denson (The Greyboy Allstars, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe) and Jimmy Herring (Aquarium Rescue Unit, Widespread Panic). The stage was filled with nine musicians talented for the entirety of the evening, as Phil and his guests were backed by The Terrapin Family Band.[H/T Jambands.com]last_img read more

Killer Heathers Musical Opens Off-Broadway

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first_img Related Shows Heathers stars Barrett Wilbert Weed as Veronica, Ryan McCartan as J.D. and Elle McLemore, Jessica Keenan Wynn and Alice Lee as the Heathers. Additional cast members include Katie Ladner, Jon Eidson, Evan Todd, Tony winner Anthony Crivello, Dan Cooney, Michelle Duffy, Dan Domenech, Cait Fairbanks, Rachel Flynn, Molly Hager, Charissa Hogeland, AJ Meijer, Matthew Schatz and Dustin Sullivan. In Heathers, Westerberg High is terrorized by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio. But outsider Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place—six feet under. What’s your damage? If it’s belting, murder and sex scenes, you might want to stay clear of New World Stages. Heathers, the musical based on the 1988 cult classic film, celebrates its opening night on March 31. The production is directed by Andy Fickman and features music, lyrics and a book by Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy. Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 4, 2014center_img Heathers: The Musical Broadway.com wishes the Heathers a happy opening! Enjoy your pâté and slushees! View Commentslast_img read more

Powder River Basin coal production continues falling

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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):Coal mines in the Powder River Basin bounced back from the rain-soaked second quarter, increasing production 18.9% in the third quarter, but still saw year-over-year declines. Ten of the top 16 mines reported production decreases from 2017, lowering the region’s output by 5% to 86.6 million tons, according to data compiled by S&P Global Market Intelligence.Despite reporting a $41.5 million net loss in the third quarter and filing for bankruptcy in October, Westmoreland Coal Co. saw significantly higher production levels at two of its mines in the third quarter than in the second. The Absaloka mine posted a 33.7% production increase, the largest among the basin’s top performers, producing 1.1 million tons. The Rosebud mine, which the company plans to sell alongside its other core assets, saw a 22.4% quarter-over-quarter uptick but the largest year-over-year percentage decline among the top producers with a 29% decrease to 1.8 million tons.The effects of the second-quarter rains carried over into Cloud Peak Energy Inc.’s third-quarter production. The company reported in an Oct. 25 earnings call that the moisture caused instability in its Antelope surface mine’s dragline pits. As miners removed coal from the pits, wet spoil would shift down into the pit and block the coal. CEO Colin Marshall said the company anticipates that fourth-quarter shipments will be constrained but “there’s no reason why Antelope can’t perform the way it should next year.” The pits are expected to “return to their normal cycle” by the end of 2018.Antelope had the second-largest year-over-year production drop during the period, with a 26% decrease to 5.8 million tons. The company’s Spring Creek mine produced 5.3% less coal year over year with 3.7 million tons, and the Cordero Rojo mine’s production dropped 10.5% to 3.4 million tons. All three saw at least a slight improvement over the second quarter’s production levels, with the Antelope mine posting an 18.6% quarter-over-quarter uptick.Peabody Energy Corp.’s North Antelope Rochelle mine, the largest coal mine in the country, posted a 22% uptick from the second quarter to 26 million tons, though levels were down 6.3% from the year-ago period. Its Caballo and Rawhide mines also saw production increases from the second quarter, rising 16.2% to 3.1 million tons and 29.3% to 2.4 million tons, respectively.More ($): Powder River Basin Q3 coal output improves from Q2 but down 5% from year ago Powder River Basin coal production continues fallinglast_img read more

Indian Railways turns to solar to cut coal-fired electricity costs

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first_imgIndian Railways turns to solar to cut coal-fired electricity costs FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:To reduce its annual electricity bill, Indian Railways will soon run trains powered by solar power from arrays of PV cells deployed along electrified tracks in 10 states. The solar power generated will replace 4 GW of coal-fired electricity consumed by the railways, saving the operator 20% of its annual energy bill in the first year and 40% thereafter. Indian Railways currently buys electricity for around INR5 ($0.07) per unit.Developers will recover the installation cost of solar panels and other equipment through the sale of power to the railway operator. Under an agreement with states, there will be a provision to sell surplus power to the local utilities, which will supply equivalent power when Indian Railways needs it.The railway board is examining a project bid document prepared by the Solar Energy Corporation of India which recommends PV electricity from panels be fed through inverters and step-up transformers directly into the 25 kV overhead traction system. That would eliminate the cost of laying separate transmission lines and boost manufacturing of 25 kV single-phase inverters.Around 20 manufacturers, including ABB, Huawei, Delta and Sungrow, are said to be interested in manufacturing the equipment given sufficient demand, according to the Times of India. “This is a historic step towards Indian Railways becoming a net zero emitter by 2030,” railways and coal minister Piyush Goyal told the daily newspaper. “Indian Railways is by far the greenest travel option for transportation.”The government of India is encouraging cash-rich public sector undertakings to set up renewable energy projects. Indian Railways has committed to developing 5 GW of solar by 2025.More: Indian Railways plans to tender 4 GW solar projectlast_img read more

Huntington Station Man Fatally Hit by Cars in Fla.

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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 20-year-old Huntington Station man reportedly died after being hit by two vehicles in central Florida’s Orange County this week.John Bosco was crossing U.S. Highway 192 near the corner of Orange Lake Highway when he was struck by two vehicles shortly after midnight Tuesday, Florida Highway Patrol troopers told the Orlando Sentinel.The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. One of the drivers suffered minor injuries.Police are continuing the investigation into the cause of the crash.last_img

Fine Dining From The Harbor To The Bay

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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sandbar in Cold Spring Harbor is the latest in the Lessing family of restaurants featuring the culinary creations of Executive Chef Guy Reuge, who is noted for rallying Mirabelle at Three Village Inn in Stony Brook.The restaurant is decorated with high-eaved ceilings, a gas fireplace and nautical décor, and a wall separating the bar and the dining area. Sandbar’s extensive wine list featuring both new and old world selection is extensive and starts at $50.The three of us shared four appetizers – vivid smoked trout with horseradish aioli served over farro salad; tantalizing tomato braised octopus, laden with shaved fennel salad in a tomato vinaigrette; heavenly tuna crudo; and full-flavored duck tacos (jalapeno omitted). Each was tastefully presented. Appetizers are priced from $8-$20.The next course was the pasta special – bucatini dancing in a seafood tomato sauce seasoned with herbs, the tender veal osso bucco, and Long Island duck duo – a seared breast and confit leg, bursting out from the accompaniment of tagine, dates and mint. Mains are priced from $22-$42.Don’t skip dessert, all priced at $11 each. You wouldn’t think that the climax to a wonderful meal would be milk and cookies, but three of us were able to share this heavenly ending.Sandbar, 55 Main St., Cold Spring Harbor, 631-498-6188. Open daily for lunch and dinner including special Sunday brunch menu.Chefs on the runJoe Gannascoli, who played mobster Vito Spatafore in The Sopranos, has been surprising guests by preparing spaghetti carbonara with a Parmesan wheel tableside at the Matteo’s Trattoria & Bar in both Roslyn and Huntington.The LakeHouseThis gem was a sweet 65-seat treasure on Lawrence Lake until last year, when it moved to Maple Avenue in Bay Shore with stunning views of the Great South Bay.It offers perfect settings, on the outdoor patio in the summer or by a warm fireplace in the winter. We were with a group of 10 on a recent visit. Our first view after getting a peek at the lights on the bay was of an impressive entry with live music from a talented piano player, whose selections ran through hits from most eras. We enjoyed the music, which wasn’t too loud to drown out our dinner conversation.Dinner began with a complimentary tasting of shrimp with avocado-red pepper aioli served over a cucumber. We would have liked the tasting to be available as a full order.The grilled octopus salad was prepared with the smoky taste of chorizo with a chickpea puree and clementines and a drizzle of sherry vinegar that had been aged. We also enjoyed the tasty large chunks of clams, shiitake mushrooms and applewood bacon with a drizzle of chive oil that made up the Little Neck clam chowder.The organic farm (to table) green salad had candy beets and goat cheese gently bathed with a blood orange vinaigrette. Also at our table was the appetizer of fresh cavatelli with tender braised Berkshire pork shank ragu, porcini and ricotta; and yellowfin tuna tartare served over cucumber with crispy potato chips. Appetizers run from $10-17.The second act featured tender venison done medium rare and pepper crusted, accompanied by crispy mustard spaetzle, cabbage braised in raspberry beer, parsnip puree and a cognac jus. Another star was a decadent medium-rare duck breast and crisped leg confit with pistachio pomegranate glaze, costarring an apricot pilaf. Also on our table was a dish of fleshy scallops served on cannellini bean puree with juicy charred cherry tomatoes, and spinach draped in a garlic mussel broth.Next was a melt-in-your-mouth porkchop with green apple, yam, onion gratin made with blue cheese and caramelized onion, and a cranberry mustard, maple bacon vinaigrette. The chicken had a stuffing of brioche, prosciutto and mushrooms, honey-glazed onions and a Madeira pan gravy. The salmon was served with babyred beets and French lentils, a celery root purée, and a sauce of pinot noir butter. Entrees run from $29-$41.For our final act, we sampled the soufflé, pear tart and baked Alaska. On out next visit we will be sure to try the warm cinnamon doughnuts. Desserts are $11.LakeHouse, 135 Maple Ave., Bay Shore, 631-666-0995. Open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday, Sunday brunch. Reopening for lunch on April 1.Jeff Wurst is a practicing attorney. Vera is a retired schoolteacher. Both love Long Island food and wine and are delighted to share their discoveries with you. Contact them via [email protected]last_img read more

As the transition begins, the stark contrast between Biden and Trump persists.

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first_imgFor months, Joseph R. Biden Jr. campaigned in part on a simple promise: Elect him, and the chaos and confusion, hirings and firings and the unending stream of derisive tweets would end. And in the first workday of the transition, the dichotomy in style between President-elect Biden and President Trump came once again into stark relief.Just minutes after Mr. Biden held a news conference to address his plans for confronting the coronavirus pandemic, Mr. Trump announced on Twitter that he had fired his defense secretary. And he continued to be active on his favorite social media platform on Monday, offering more unsubstantiated and false claims of election fraud, as news broke of additional coronavirus cases within his inner circle, including Ben Carson, the secretary of housing and urban development.- Advertisement – Even as Mr. Biden pressed ahead with his transition plans, the Trump campaign and its allies were continuing their frenetic fight to challenge the results of the election, which Mr. Trump has lost. On Monday, the Trump campaign announced it had filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania asserting that ballots cast in person there were scrutinized more closely than those sent by mail. – Advertisement – And by the end of the evening, Attorney General William P. Barr had issued a memo authorizing federal prosecutors to investigate some allegations of voter fraud — a move that broke with the Justice Department’s longstanding policies intended to prevent law enforcement from affecting the outcome of an election. The move also prompted the Justice Department official who oversees investigations of voter fraud, Richard Pilger, to step down from his post within hours.The leadership of the Republican Party also joined Mr. Trump in refusing to concede defeat, signaling the potential for a continued struggle in the days and weeks ahead.In his first comments since Mr. Biden was declared the winner of the election, Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader, argued that the president was “100 percent within his rights” to challenge its outcome.- Advertisement – Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the Democratic leader, followed Mr. McConnell on the floor and stated simply: “Joe Biden won this election fair and square.”center_img – Advertisement – By contrast, Mr. Biden and his team continued to offer measured statements as they began to sketch out their transition plan and build their team. The president-elect unveiled a 13-person virus-task force while continuing to urge Americans to wear masks and seeking to temper expectations about a virus vaccine that has shown positive early results.“It’s clear that this vaccine, even if approved, will not be widely available for many months yet to come,” Mr. Biden said about a vaccine made by Pfizer. “The challenge before us right now is still immense and growing.”last_img read more