Experienced London estate agent, Karl Knipe, with over 30 years’ experience in the industry, is hosting the LGR’s series, “The Property Show.” Karl, partner of Kings Group (15 branches across North London, East London, Hertfordshire, and Essex), discuss a variety of issues each month, ranging from house prices and Brexit, to stamp duty, and the buy-to-let market, as well as, wealth management. Karl is joined by experts of various sectors in the industry.

Our specialist guests in the eighth one-hour episode;

Russell Quirk – Emoov Group

Russell is Founder & CEO of the Emoov Group, an online real estate agency. Russell is a third-generation estate agent, working in the traditional sector for many years before selling the family business to pioneer the hybrid model with an emphasis on empowering technology, outstanding customer service and fairer fees. Russell is recognised as a property expert and market analyst within the media, regularly featuring on TV, radio and in the press to commentate on a wide variety of topics, analysing the latest market data and trends and reacting to breaking news events.

Kristjan Byfield – Base Property Specialists

Kristjan is Co-Founder and Company Director of award-winning estate agency, Base Property Specialists. Base was launched in May 2004 with the aim of providing one of the finest customer service standards in the property sector, and to innovate, to move the industry forward. Kristjan’s key responsibilities include: company IT infrastructure, business development & growth, investment sourcing for clients and the overseeing of the Interior Design department. Base Property operates from the heart of Shoreditch Triangle in Central London, EC2, offering services London-wide, with clients across the capital.

Veta Sitaropoulos – Athé Design

Veta Sitaropoulos is an Australian born Architect and Interior Designer based in Islington, North London.  She works mainly in residential design, for both private clients and property developers.  Her current projects include the interior design and renovations of several large houses in Maida Vale, Queens Park, West Hampstead and Borough, with new projects in Spain and Sicily on the horizon.  Recent projects for developers have included high-end show apartments in Manchester, Liverpool and Leicester.  Her skill set bridges both the architectural and interiors elements of a design project.

 

Wednesday 5th December 2018 at 7:00pm

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CYPRUS drawn in Group I with Belgium, Russia, Scotland, Kazakhstan and San Marino.

Belgium are a very familiar foe for Cyprus, being in the same group for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers and the qualifiers for UEFA Euro 2016. Cyprus have never beaten Belgium in 11 meetings, 10 of which were losses. Cyprus have only played Russia 3 times, also never having beaten them.

The round-robin mini league begins on March 11-13, 2019 and concludes in November 2019.

To celebrate the tournament’s 60-year anniversary, Euro 2020 will take place in 12 different cities, stretching from Bilbao in Spain to Baku in Azerbaijan, with the final to be held at Wembley.

Realistically, Cyprus will fancy their chances to finish 3rd along with Scotland. If Cyprus are to have any hopes of finishing in the top two of the group, which leads to a ticket to the Euro final, they will need to win all four matches against Kazakhstan and San Marino and take full advantage of their home ground against the group’s other teams.

It is expected that all home matches will be held at the GSP Stadium in Nicosia. This will be Ran Ben Shimon’s first full qualifying campaign in charge. The manager from Israel took over for Christakis Christoforou in July 2017, midway through the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.


Article written by London Greek Radio

Greece drawn in Group J with Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland, Armenia, and Liechtenstein.

The Euro 2004 winners will face Italy for the first time after 37 years, as well as Bosnia-Herzegovina (with which it shared the same World Cup 2018 group), Finland (that won the Nations League group Greece finished third in last month), Armenia and Liechtenstein.

The round-robin mini league begins on March 11-13, 2019 and concludes in November 2019.

“We have to do our best. We owe it to the Greek fans to rise to the level of the successful times the national team had in previous years,” stated new manager Angelos Anastasiadis after the draw.

“I believe in these lads, otherwise I would not have been here. There are no easy opponents, everything depends on the situation we will be in. We need to rise to the occasion and be in our best possible condition, so that we can fight for qualification,” added the experienced coach.

To celebrate the tournament’s 60-year anniversary, Euro 2020 will take place in 12 different cities, stretching from Bilbao in Spain to Baku in Azerbaijan, with the final to be held at Wembley.

The top two teams from each group qualify automatically but, unlike in previous tournaments, the play-offs to decide the four other spots will be contested between the most successful teams from the four divisions of the Nations League, who have not already qualified.


Article written by London Greek Radio