Bond Street

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Bond Street,

in Westminster, London, England, famous for its fashionable shops. Among the noted residents of Bond St. have been the authors Laurence Sterne, James Boswell, and Jonathan Swift; Admiral Horatio Nelson; and Lady Emma Hamilton.
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New Bond Street in London is the most expensive shopping street in Europe.
The raid at Watchfinder Co, off upmarket New Bond Street in London's West End, came after another near-identical attack on another London jewellers half a mile away, just hours earlier.
The fund invests in prime UK properties of which over two thirds are in London in high-profile locations including New Bond Street, Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square, Oxford Street and St Paul's.
They are being offered individually, with a combined estimate of up to PS1 million, on June 12 in Sotheby's New Bond Street, London.
The rock star passed away in January at the age of 69 and his collection is on display at Sotheby's galleries in New Bond Street in London until November 10 before three auctions on November 10 and 11.
The firm have Maison stores in many of the world's most distinguished shopping streets including New Bond Street in London, Fifth Avenue in New York, and the Champs-Elysees in Paris.
The 72-year-old is accused of committing the offence between October 1981 and May 1982 at his Mayfair offices in New Bond Street.
9m as it added nine new stores, as well as refurbished and relocated flagship stores in London's New Bond Street and Beverly Hills in the United States.
Goods vehicle Operator's Licence Richard Fryer & Darren White trading as TDR Highway and Street Lighting of 1 Oakfields Way, Catherine-DE-Barnes, Solihull B91 2TR is applying to change an existing licence as follows to add an operating centre to keep 10 goods vehicles and 4 trailers at 1 New Bond Street, Birmingham, B9 4EJ.
London's New Bond Street area is highlighted as having the most expensive floor space in Europe, costing around e1/412,300 per square metre, which is up 42 percent on 2012.
French, Italian as well as English buyers flooded the hall at the auction house at New Bond Street in London to marvel at the Duke's collection which also included rare ceramic paintings previously on display at Alnwick Castle in Northumberland which went for PS1.
The painting that is to be auctioned at Indian and Islamic Art Sale at London's New Bond Street is estimated at a value of 200,000 pounds -300,000 pounds.