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  • What we do Who we are Who we work for How we work Where we are 14.10.04 | Spitalfields campaign Read case study > 14.10.04 | Spitalfields campaign New identity and marketing launch begins new era for retail in Spitalfields London, October 14th 2004 - Bostock and Pollitt, the independent design and communications consultancy, has created a new campaign for the Spitalfields retail development next to the site of Old Spitalfields Market.

    Carrington & Partners - London E1 Estate Agents UK, Ranked in the top 30% of agents in England & Wales by independent Hometrack survey. With an award winning team based in Old Spitalfields Market (Adjacent
  • . A donation is made from our fees on every property transaction Carrington's unique location in Old Spitalfields Market, attracting over 25, 000 visitors a week, gives clients an unparalleled level of exposure to investors, buyers and tenants.

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  • Rural Affairs | > > > > > > Agricultural Marketing 1.4.4 Agricultural Marketing See also: The provision of markets is poor compared to other regions, there being only one livestock auction market in Southall.
  • . The poor market provision in the region and its relatively inaccessible location means that many of the region's farmers do not look into the city to sell produce but prefer to transport outwards into the adjoining east and south-easterly regions and to make use of the markets in these areas.
  • . As such cattle and sheep production is less dominant in the regional agricultural economy and redevelopment of sites has taken place in many traditional market areas.
  • . There are four white meat slaughtering facilities in the region which are concentrated in the East End of the city in Bow, Whitechapel and Shoreditch, clustered around the Old Spitalfields market site.
  • . The restricted nature of the region as a whole precludes livestock marketing initiatives such as that proposed by the Sussex Downs Conservation Board for lamb produced on the Downs.

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  • . For all the latest visit Spitalfields Festival, 5th - 23rd June 2006 This summer sees the thirtieth Spitalfields Festival, with events taking place in a variety of locations including Wilton's Music Hall, Christ Church Spitalfields, Old Spitalfields Market, St Bartholomew's Hospital, Crispin Place and Brady Arts & Community Centre.
  • . Les Roues de Couleurs Sat 24th June 9.45pm Roman Road, E3 French Compagnie Off (“Giraffes” 2003) are back with the sole UK performance of a processional baccanal of 30 performers in body paint, with special effects, techno music, and 9m high wheels converging from every direction on Bow’s traditional street market in Roman Road.
  • . Visit Alternative Fashion Week, Spitalfields Market, every March London's Swatch Alternative Fashion Week brings out the lost original and creative collections and is THE event for new designers to be discovered.
  • . Come to see the latest in cutting edge fashion! As well as shopping in the exclusive fashion market, visitors can watch the fashion show each day for free.


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  • . He's hired his own PR company, radio and TV plugger, as well as a marketing team all out of his own pockets.
  • . Venue: The Spitz, 109 Commercial Street, Old Spitalfields Market, London E1.
  • . Venue: The Spitz, 109 Commercial Street, Old Spitalfields Market, London E1.
  • . Venue: Loughborough Town Hall, Market Place, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11.
  • . Venue: Loughborough Town Hall, Market Place, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11.
  • . Venue: The Spitz, 109 Commercial Street, Old Spitalfields Market, London E1.

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  • . We try and make it easy and convenient for them by ensuring they can get access to a member of staff 7 days a week, via the dedicated freephone number 0800 376 2223 or the marketing suite (three shop fronts) which is conveniently located on the Old Spitalfields Market (adjacent to Bishopgate/Liverpool St Station).Carrington & Partners handles exclusively in residential property.
  • . The company does not market financial products (mortgages), commercial property or surveying services.ADVERTISING AND PROMOTIONSFor a business rewarded purely by success with 'No Sale, No Fee' it would be fair to say that as well as being property experts, we are highly experienced 'Marketers'.
  • . This is followed through with regular direct mailings to financial and legal institutions close to the target areas.The marketing doesn't end there, we regularly exhibit at property exhibitions and employ the services of a Public Relations company which gives journalist easy access to the company.
  • . Contact the office for our fact sheet on 'Our commitment to you'MISSION STATEMENTOur mission is to make our clients' experiences in the property market rewarding and hassle free.The service we provide is about building 'Relationships', not bricks and mortar.

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  • . Carrington & Partners, London Telephone 0800 376 2223 Carrington & Partners marketing suite is based in Old Spitalfields Market adjacent to Bishopsgate/Liverpool St Station and is open 7 days a weeks specialising in the sale and rental of contemporary and classical homes within the 'City Fringe'.

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  • . Grab your lunch in the market – there’s a wide range of foods from around the world, from Thai to Turkish.

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  • Corporate Information 17/9/2003 Regenerating London s Spitalfields a remarkable success story The 16-year regeneration programme of Old Spitalfields market, to the east of Liverpool Street station, is now under way with the development of an exciting new scheme, Bishops Square which will consist of 70, 000 m2 (750, 000 sq.
  • . Bishops Square will be complimentary to the market and the local retail offer. The imaginative open and covered areas have been designed as a coherent set of spaces linked by pedestrian thoroughfares permeating the scheme with a variety of uses, following consultation with interested local groups.
  • . In addition to the improved Crispin Street and the new covered Crispin Square , these include the re-opening of Lamb Street and the new Market Street . The open areas will feature high quality landscaping and provide for performance space and other activities to ensure that they enhance the character of the regenerated Spitalfields.
  • . The existing 1928 buildings on Brushfield Street will be retained and will feature seven residential units including some for key workers as well as retail units, fronting both Brushfield Street and Market Street . There will also be 14 residential units in a new building in Lamb Street to compliment the existing residential development in Elder Gardens .

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  • . Please visit the following web site for further information: ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION Carrington & Partners has a partnership with a leading marketer, which separates the two areas of expertise - property and marketing.
  • . EXPERT MARKET EVALUATION As residential experts, a qualified assessor will provide you with a free market analysis to help you determine the best selling price.
  • . LOCAL EXPERTISE AND ACCESS The 'Client Services' office is based in Old Spitalfields Market, which is only a few minutes' walk from the Bank of England with three large retail windows facing onto a busy high street and into the highly popular Spitalfields Market.
  • . TECHNOLOGY The property market has been one of first to benefit from the progress of technology in the process of buying and marketing property.
  • . 3) List your property and immediately benefit from Carrington & Partners' coordinated and knowledgeable marketing efforts.

    Jeanette Winterson - Journalism - Other Articles - Food (Daily Mail)
  • . If a supermarket chain were cutting jobs at that rate, it would be a national scandal.
  • . Yet, I would argue that it is the supermarkets and their near-monopolies on food production that are be-deviling British farms.
  • . Sadly, only 4% of the fruit we eat in the UK, is produced here; the supermarkets say it can't be done cheaply enough.
  • . Meanwhile, Tesco who has a staggering 25% market share of all food sold in the UK, has just announced profits of two billion.
  • . I don't shop at supermarkets - not least because I hate the sensory deprivation.
  • . Supermarkets have lost us the tastes, textures, scents and excitements of real food.
  • . The bright lights and packaging are there to hide the fact that there are no wonderful smells, no chances to pick up lovely earthy potatoes, or find mushrooms that hit the nostrils with the whiff of warm straw, The wet fish counters in supermarkets are dismal affairs of farmed and previously frozen products, with dull sunken eyes and flabby flesh.

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  • . … My Verdict MORE PLEASE Posted in | Saturday, May 6th, 2006 Posted in | Saturday, May 6th, 2006 enquiries into the telecoms market have led me to believe that my local exchange is now ready for 8mb broadband.
  • . We feel that the business community (in the SME market) is largely stil using windows 2000 and many of these businesses will continue to use w2k for the foreseable future as many of them can’t justify the cost of upgrading to XP and beyond.
  • . A friend of mine was explaining how the aussies have tackled this area in the SME market.
  • . We said to each other “I am thinking I would rather have the virus-at least I could work and just infect other people….” are these bad thoughts? The Anti virus software market has got too cumbersome, bothersome and has too many features that do not do what you want installing on the client base out there is a nightmare - much more simplification should be aimed for….


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  • . Now it has long been known that the developers who took down the unprotected half of the old spitalfields market wanted to create a covent garden in the east and now as that portion of the new market nears completion and with many new businesses setting up shop here-the whole area has come alive-and therefore that dream is coming true.

    VisitBritain : London’s new Sunday market
  • . The Sunday (Up) Market is within the 11-acre site of the Old Truman Brewery, off Hanbury Street, E1.
  • . The market aims to be a platform for designer-makers selling unique goods direct to customers and is open from 10 am until 5 pm (nearest Underground station is Aldgate East or Liverpool Street).
  • . The Sunday (Up) Market is set to join the capital’s other markets, including Old Spitalfields, E1; Camden Lock, NW1; Greenwich, SE10 and Portobello Road, W10, as ‘must see’ attractions for cool shoppers.

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  • . Or head for Bermondsey, where colourful, wacky fashion designer, Zandra Rhodes, got it into her head to open a fashion and textile museum – which she’s done with characteristic style.  London has a new Sunday market in the heart of the trendy and ethnic Brick Lane area of the East End.
  • . The Sunday (Up) Market is within the 11-acre site of the Old Truman Brewery, within walking distance of Liverpool Street station.
  • . The market aims to be a platform for designer-makers and is set to join the capital’s other markets, including Old Spitalfields, E1; Camden Lock, NW1; Greenwich, SE10 and Portobello Road, W10, as ‘must see’ attractions for shoppers.   London’s reputation as a destination for fine food continues to grow.

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