England’s starting line-up for their 2018 World Cup semi-final against Croatia remains unchanged for the third knockout match in a row.
Football is finally coming home, just in case you had any doubts, to Hyde Park, west London’s most popular Royal Park.
England’s first World Cup quarter-final fixture in 12 years has thrown many carefully laid plans into disarray.
Grosvenor Crescent, located in the heart of Belgravia between Hyde Park Corner and Belgravia Square, is the most expensive residential street in England and Wales, according to the annual research from Lloyds Bank. A typical property on Grosvenor Crescent will cost an average of £16,918,000. Embed from Getty Images Belgravia has long attracted wealthy buyers and famous residents including former prime ministers Stanley Baldwin and Margaret Thatcher to the area due to its graceful white stucco residences, sweeping crescents, private garden squares and closeness to all the amenities of nearby Knightsbridge, Pimlico and Chelsea, to create the nation’s wealthiest district – three of the top five most expensive streets are in Belgravia. Grosvenor Crescent seems to have weathered the storm buffeting property valuations at London’s top-end of the market after the vote to exit the European Union, with the typical price tags unchanged since last December. However same thing cannot be said for next-door neighbours Eaton Square – which topped the bank’s table a year ago – which has seen more than £3m wiped off …