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Little Russell Street: £1,100 p/w The last months of summer are the busiest lettings periods in central London,our office has seen a wave of new business come our way. We've just let an impressive two bedroom property on Little Russell Street in a newly refurbished Victorian school building. This luxury ground floor apartment was in high demand and as a result achieved an impressive final offer because of the superior presentation and proximity to Tottenham Court Road Station, British Museum and multitude of shops and amenities found on Oxford Street and Covent Garden beyond. We knew that at this busy point in the year our office needed to expand in order to accommodate new business and maintain the high service levels that we provide for our clients. In order to achieve this we have recently expanded our Central London teams by recruiting experienced knowledgeable staff who have a passion for the industry. "Our ability to adapt to client demand, as well as recruiting bilingual staff to handle our international landlords and tenants. We know in this industry that communication is key in order to assuage any concerns from either landlords or tenants. Our continued success in the area and level of repeat business is a true testimony to the quality of our service" Mark Yelverton - Lettings Director for Clerkenwell and West End.

Little Russell Street: £1,100 p/w

The last months of summer are the busiest lettings periods in central London,our office has seen a wave of new business come our way. We've just let an impressive two bedroom property on Little Russell Street in a newly refurbished Victorian school building.

This luxury ground floor apartment was in high demand and as a result achieved an impressive final offer because of the superior presentation and proximity to Tottenham Court Road Station, British Museum and multitude of shops and amenities found on Oxford Street and Covent Garden beyond. We knew that at this busy point in the year our office needed to expand in order to accommodate new business and maintain the high service levels that we provide for our clients. In order to achieve this we have recently expanded our Central London teams by recruiting experienced knowledgeable staff who have a passion for the industry.

"Our ability to adapt to client demand, as well as recruiting bilingual staff to handle our international landlords and tenants. We know in this industry that communication is key in order to assuage any concerns from either landlords or tenants. Our continued success in the area and level of repeat business is a true testimony to the quality of our service"

Mark Yelverton - Lettings Director for Clerkenwell and West End.

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