Galliard and Acorn selling fast at Trilogy in iconic London location

first_imgGalliard Homes and Acorn Property Group, in association with Trinity House, report sales success at Trilogy, a residential scheme of 64 apartments, on a historic site on Harper Road in Borough, London. 90 per cent of the apartments Trilogy are now sold since the launch last year, leaving six apartments available.Trilogy, on the site of a Roman Temple was formerly the Southwark Court of Requests.The success is, says the developer, largely due to Trilogy’s proximity to the iconic garden square, Trinity Church Square, as well as the spectacular communal roof terrace that offers panoramic views of London’s skyline.The buyer demographic at Trilogy is young to middle aged couples and local professionals, with 90 per cent being local.Trilogy, designed by architects Haworth Tompkins, was originally the site of a Roman Temple formerly occupied by the Southwark Court of Requests (1824-2017), which is where John Dickens, the father of novelist Charles Dickens, was fined and sent to prison.The apartments have expanses of glazing, brick facades, balconies, terraces and an exquisite communal roof terrace that spans the entire seventh floor, offering picturesque views of London.David Galman, Sales Director says: “Trilogy is a charming addition to the Borough area. The communal roof terrace is the ideal place to relax and enjoy London’s skyline, while it’s close proximity to Trinity Church Square means that residents are in walking distance from one of London’s most iconic garden squares.”Prices start at £1,150, Acorn Property Group Trinity House Trilogy Trinity Church Square Haworth Tompkins galliard homes London March 10, 2020Jenny van BredaWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » Galliard and Acorn selling fast at Trilogy in iconic London location previous nextLand & New HomesGalliard and Acorn selling fast at Trilogy in iconic London locationThe Negotiator10th March 20200344 Viewslast_img read more

BLOG: Fighting Pennsylvania’s Opioid Epidemic is a Key Piece of the 2016-17 Budget

first_imgBLOG: Fighting Pennsylvania’s Opioid Epidemic is a Key Piece of the 2016-17 Budget Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: SHARE Email Facebook Twitter June 20, 2016center_img Budget News,  Substance Use Disorder,  The Blog Governor Wolf has spent much of his past three months at roundtables across Pennsylvania discussing local and statewide efforts to combat the opioid abuse and heroin use epidemic in Pennsylvania.The Wolf Administration has been focusing on this issue since day one, and it has never been clearer that we must take further action now. We cannot afford to wait.Governor Wolf has stressed the important role that the 2016-17 budget plays in addressing this crisis. Governor Wolf proposed $34 million to fight the opioid crisis in the final budget. This funding would allow the state to draw down approximately $18 million in matching federal funds, for the Department of Human Services to implement 50 Centers of Excellence that will treat more than 11,000 people that currently are not able to access treatment.We have heard about the need for more treatment from dozens of legislators, health professionals, law enforcement, emergency personnel, and community leaders, as they have joined Governor Wolf, DDAP Secretary Gary Tennis, DOH Secretary Dr. Karen Murphy, Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine, DOC Secretary John Wetzel, DHS Secretary Ted Dallas, and Director of Homeland Security Marcus Brown at more than two dozen stops to discuss the importance of battling the opioid abuse and heroin use epidemic in Pennsylvania. Take a look at the map of their many stops here.Through these roundtables, Governor Wolf has learned that every single community throughout the commonwealth is struggling to wrap their arms around the depth of this epidemic, and that treatment services are scarce and often difficult to navigate. Therefore the Wolf Administration sees enormous value in expanding access to all levels of treatment, including long-term residential, outpatient, and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).Fighting Pennsylvania’s opioid and heroin epidemic is a top priority for the Wolf Administration. In 2014, nearly 2,500 Pennsylvanians died from a drug overdose. Heroin and opioid overdose are now the leading cause of accidental death in Pennsylvania, killing more individuals each year than motor vehicle accidents.Pennsylvania must address this crisis like the public health epidemic that it is. It is vital that we combine efforts on the federal, state, and local levels to fight back against drug abuse and prevent the deaths of thousands of more Pennsylvanians. Governor Wolf’s proposed funding for the 2016-17 budget is the next crucial step in this collaborative effort. By: Jeff Sheridan, Press Secretarylast_img read more