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Hanover Square and Savile Row are two area of the City of Westminster. Hanover Square is located in the South West of Oxford Circus where it meets Regent Street and is a square in Mayfair, London. The square was built in 1713 by Richard Lumley and was immediately considered to be a fashionable and sought after residential area. Richard Lumley was the first Earl of Scarborough and was also a soldier and statesman. Many of the first residents of Hanover Square were military men, such as Generals Earl Cadogan, Stewart, Evans, Sir Charles Wills, Lord Carpenter and John Pepper. Hanover Square is host to the following five streets: Hanover Street, Princes Street, Harewood Place, Dering Street and Brook Street. Unfortunately many of the original residential properties of the 18th century no longer stand on the estate, as they are no longer fully intact. Over the years most of the residential estate has been reconstructed and refurbished and no longer consists of residential properties. Instead, the area is now the location of many offices, commercial properties and businesses. Some of the well known businesses in the area include: the UK headquarters of the telecoms and data consultancy, as well as the London office of Vogue fashion magazine.
Savile Row is a street located in Westminster, London. Savile Row was built in the 18th century between the years of 1731 and 1735. The construction of the retails street was part of the Burlington Estate development and was initially made for officers and their wives as a place to live. The street is not just a street but a famous shopping street set in Mayfair, Central London. The street is famous for its upper class stores such as Hardy Amies and Gieves & Hawkes, as well as its bespoke men`s tailoring. The term `bespoke` actually originates from Savile Row many years ago when shoppers would go in to one of its high class, good quality stores and reserve a piece of cloth for a suit, leading to the piece of cloth then `being spoken for`. Although the street is rather short in length, especially in comparison with other London shopping streets, it is however said to be the `golden mile of tailoring`. Savile Row possesses a wide selection of expensive and high quality stores which sell only the best tailored clothing items. Many famous people flock to this London street to stock up on suits and other items of clothing, some of the streets previous customers over the years have included: Winston Churchill, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Napoleon II and Lord Nelson. Some of the tailored clothing stores on Savile Row include: Henry Poole & Co, Kilgour, Norton & Sons, Stowers Bespoke, Dege & Skinner, Davies and Son, Chester Barrie, Richard James and more.
Free yourself of your cleaning chores today by contacting Eva Cleaners on 020 3409 1608 today and look forward to a life free of cleaning. You will really reap the benefits of hiring us to manage your cleaning as you will gain back so much more free time. Don`t forget to think of exciting activities to fill your spare hours, now that the cleaning chores are out of the list. Just check the Westminster City Council website for some ideas in your nearby area.
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