Cotswold Life is the magazine that puts the gloss on life in the Cotswolds.
Every month it’s packed with features about this picturesque part of England – from characters and personalities to heritage and traditions. It focuses on the towns and villages, and gives comprehensive guides to enjoying life in the Cotswolds – including what’s on, restaurant reviews and topical features on major events.
There are also pages of the best property, fashions and the interior design of some of the area’s most interesting homes. And there’s also the celebrated society diary pages – where everybody wants to be seen or see people they know.
In short, Cotswold Life is the magazine for people who love the Cotswolds – and who want to get the most from their Cotswold Life.
Letting Update is the only journal of its type to focus on matters of general and legal interest to all professionals concerned with residential lettings. As well as featuring original papers of direct relevance to the practitioner, the Journal contains information on market trends, details of new property legislation, case law and current professional practice.
Property Law Journal is a magazine for all professionals, who need to know what is happening in property law – and what those changes mean in practice. The emphasis is on the practical solutions to real legal problems. What are the changes in the law? How should you respond to them? What are the best tactics to adopt? How should you be amending your precedents? All these questions are answered in Property Law Journal.
In addition to property law, Property Law Journal keeps readers abreast of related areas such as planning, environment and construction and explains how they will affect property practitioners.
All articles in Property Law Journal are written by practitioners. The authors are some of the country’s leading property lawyers. Property Law Journal includes practical precedents.
Rhubarb is the quarterly magazine for Local Action on Food, coordinated by Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming. Local Action on Food is a network that has been set up to bring together the range of local groups, organisations and businesses that are trying to improve the food system in their community.