Kelly Osborne and Aimee selling West Hollywood homes at loss

By Ross Mcdonagh For Published: 19:19 GMT, 31 March 2015 | Updated: 21:45 GMT, 31 March 2015 40 View comments Kelly and Aimee Osbourne are selling their neighbouring West Hollywood homes at a loss.The sisters have only lived next door to each other since July, when Kelly bought the house next door to Aimee for $2M.The elder Osbourne bought her Read more [...]

Sebi’s norm on women directors: Almost half the listed cos rush to appoint …

Mumbai: Companies listed in capital markets regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) will now be ensuring compliance with a new regulation that holds that there should be at least one woman director on their respective boards, curbing the dominating patriarchy in companies, starting tomorrow.This move has been bolstered by wives and daughters who have readily agreed to adhere to the gender-diversity norm of Sebi.While some companies have the family members of promoters and top executives Read more [...]

Fareham church celebrates as appeal nears the halfway mark

HOUR OF VICTORY From left, Andrew Bushell, Sue Craft, Sarah Bourner, the Rev Sally Davenport, James Fullarton, Sheila Holliday and Daphne Armstrong of the High Time campaign outside Holy Trinity Church in Fareham THOUSANDS of pounds of lottery money have brought a church closer to its fundraising target and new clock tower dream. The Holy Trinity Church, in West Street, Fareham has been desperately trying to raise Read more [...]

Listed companies let Imperial down


Valuing Imperial is not dissimilar to valuing early-stage biotechnology companies – haphazard. The shares trade at a big premium to book value, but that’s because of the value locked up in the unquoted portfolio. However, with little sign that the next Circassia is just around the corner, we downgrade to hold.

Last IC view: Buy, 470p, 15 October 2014

Paul McCartney’s neighbours blow £500k fighting over a leaky gutter

Now Judge Edward Bailey, sitting at Central London County Court, has ordered Mr Lewis to alter his house and pay his neighbour £250,000 in costs and damages, leaving him facing an estimated total bill for the dispute approaching half a million pounds. • Paul McCartney: a life in pictures The court heard that wealthy widow Mrs Fenton moved into her "lovely house" in St John's Wood, West London, 35 years ago. Sir Paul lives in the same street - which is more millionaire's row than Penny Lane Read more [...]

London Beer Festival Roundup: April 2015

April looks like a busy month for beer festivals in London. It will take a dedicated ale aficionado to attend all of the events listed here — feel free to take that as a challenge. As usual, let us know in the comments if we’ve missed anything notable. 1-4 April: Wandsworth Common Beer Festival Always a reliable fixture, the Wandsworth Common Beer Festival returns to the Grade II listed Le Gothique building from Wednesday evening until Saturday (not Sunday, as some publicity has stated). Online Read more [...]

Troubled Harlequin puts HQ up for sale

Troubled overseas property investment scheme Harlequin has put its headquarters up for sale. The warehouse and offices in the Honywood Business Park in Basildon have been listed for sale on property website Rightmove for £525,000. Harlequin owner David Ames would also consider leasing back the first floor offices at a rent of £25,000 per year, according to the advert. A spokesperson for the company Read more [...]

Homes for sale North Wales: Grade II listed in Northop for £735000

VIEW GALLERY This stunning and unique 17th century property in Northop has gone on the market for £735,000. The Grade II listed detached house has been restored and refurbished while retaining its original features. It is a house full of character and history and located within beautifully landscaped gardens. The property also comes with outbuildings including a former coach house, a small barn, workshop and garage. As the house featured on BBC's House Detectives, the owners have the full Read more [...]