Lanterns Court Estate Office

18 Denison House
20 Lanterns Way, Lanterns Court
London, E14 9JH, England

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Nearby Lanterns Court Mudchute Animal Farm

Mudchute Park and Farm is located in the middle of the Isle of Dogs. It is the largest city farm in London. 32 acres of countryside in the middle of the Isle of Dogs to share with friendly fur and feathered creatures. Available for events, community groups or just simply your family picnic.

 

The farm can be easily recognized by its main courtyard containing the Mudchute Kitchen and the Farm entrance is next to the horse riding arena.

 

Mudchute is the name of a locality just south of Canary Wharf on the Isle of Dogs in Docklands, London, England. The name of the area is in testament to the engineering overspill when Millwall Dock was being constructed in the 1860s. Spoil from the excavation of the Dock, and silt from its channels and waterways were dumped on nearby land, using a conveyor system.

Mudchute Animal Farm
Distance: 15min walk
Museum of Docklands
Distance: 20min walk
Royal Observatory
Distance: 30min walk
Canary Wharf
Distance: 10min walk
Lanterns Court Concierge
London 27 July - 9 September: Get Ahead of the Games
Written by Concierge   
Monday, 13 February 2012 08:07

Things you should know about commuting during the Olympic Games.

Get Ahead of the Games


 

Seventy per cent of road journeys in London will be unaffected by the Games and there will be a ban on planned roadworks during the Games period. However, at certain times and in certain locations in London, roads will be affected by Games operations or by the traffic displaced by Games operations. You are advised to avoid driving in these affected areas if possible. If you need to drive into or through the affected areas between 6am and 7pm, you should allow extra time to make your journey.

 

Games venues, road events and the Olympic and Paralympic Route Network (ORN and PRN) will all affect how roads in certain places will operate during the Games. Some roads in central London and other Greater London locations, such as Richmond, Kingston, Putney, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich, will have restrictions placed on them.

Whilst the majority of roads in Greater London will be largely unaffected by road restrictions, areas around affected roads will be much busier than usual and should be avoided.

On some days, roads will be particularly affected within an area bounded by the North and South Circular.

If you need to drive in affected areas between the hours of 6am and 7pm, expect your journey to take longer than usual.

Taxi and minicab companies are being fully briefed on how road operations will be affected, but journeys could take longer than usual if they go into or across affected areas during busy times.

Not all the details about transport operations are currently available, such as information about road closures or restrictions to parking and access. This is because some of the plans for the Games are still being finalised. As soon as more detailed information is available, the getaheadofthegames.com website will be updated.

 

 

source: getaheadofthegames.com

 

 
Lanterns Court Winter Wonderland
Written by Concierge   
Sunday, 05 February 2012 13:37
Where is the tune of the Santa's bells?

snow at lanterns court london e14


 

 

The 4th day of February and winter has finally visited London! With the layering of white flakes around Lanterns Court it gave us all a picturesque Sunday morning surprise.

So taken with the scene, we sent forth an exploration party to record the beautiful snows cape; if you were lucky enough, we're sure you would confirm it indeed had a wet consistency and crispy texture  However, you needed to get your skates on to beat snow melting into a Lanterns slush - Walk.

See below some pictures taken by our very own rotating - roving eye.

 

 

 

 

WELCOME NOTE

 

 

We would like to welcome you to Lanterns Court!


R & C Estate Management, the company appointed by Lanterns Court Ltd to manage and maintain your development since the end of 2010 when the site was being completed, is no longer in operation as of 1st of April 2014. The property manager assigned by R & C Estate Management to look after Lanterns Court, Simon Osborne, decided to take the opportunity to take on new challenges with a different company and is no longer involved in management of Lanterns Court as of Monday 31st of March.

 

The new management company appointed to look after Lanterns Court now is Y & Y Management.

May we take this opportunity to introduce the Property Manager Adam Azoulay, your main contact with Y & Y Management in regards to overall management of Lanterns Court including the service charge.  During his time at Y&Y Management Adam has taken full management of a substantial portfolio and has gained experience which includes health and safety inspections, financial management, insurance claims, invoicing, service charges and budgeting.

 

The first Building Manager from 1st December 2010 was Fortuni De Villiers. Fortuni, however, decided to return to his home country South Africa and accordingly resigned his position and left Lanterns Court on Friday 20th July 2012.  The new and current Building Manager from 23rd July 2012 is Mateusz Filipiak who has stepped up to the position from being the Assistant to Fortuni since 4th of January 2011. Mateusz will continue to be based on site Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm with the new management company as the Estate Manager and he will be happy to assist with any enquiries you may have. You can contact him in his office in Apartment 18 on the ground floor in Denison House.

 
TV across UK is going digital.
Written by Concierge   
Monday, 23 January 2012 07:56

London TV region switches to digital in April.

London TV Region switches over to digital!


 

TV is going digital. The existing analogue TV signal will be switched off and replaced with a new, stronger digital TV signal. It will mean that almost everyone will be able to receive digital TV through an aerial (Freeview).

Digital TV also uses less broadcast space which means that after switchover, there will be more room for new services such as wireless broadband, local TV and High Definition Television (HDTV).

To keep your TV service, you will need to convert your TVs to digital before your area’s switchover date.

 

 

The Crystal Palace transmitter group, made up of the main transmitter and its local relays, serves Greater London and parts of the home counties.

The transmitter switches in tow stages on 4 April and 18 April to give people the chance to check their equipment. It is important your TV is converted by stage one.

If you have Freeview, then you will need to re-tune on both switchover dates.

Digital TV offers new ways to enjoy your TV service:

  • Greater choice of TV channels
  • New features such as on-screen listings, interactivity, audio description and subtitling for people with visual and audio impairments.
  • Optional additional channels and services including premium channels(e.g movies, sports), broadband and telephony.


To find out what services are available where you live, click here in order to compare services with the digital options table.


If you have not received a copy of the brochure, you can collect it from the Concierge Desk in Denison House.

 

 

source: digitaluk.co.uk

 

 
We are live!
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 14 October 2011 00:30

Lanterns Concierge are on the web!

We proudly announce that, after long months of preparations, we have finally launched our virtual office on the web. We aim not only to deliver great face to face customer service but, we also wish to offer you the best possible Concierge service on the internet. The aim of this website is to provide you with comprehensive information about our development and its local area as well as other useful information in regards to your stay in London.

It does not matter whether you are a Londoner or have just arrived in the capital. You will find here a lot of helpful information such as local points of interest and variety of web links which will enhance your knowledge about the city that was once called Londinium

 

Place yourself comfortably in your seat and enojoy Lanterns Court experience on the web.

 

 
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