Leicester: Welford Place And Welford Road

Listed Buildings, Welford Place, Leicester Phoenix House, 4 Welford Place PHOENIX HOUSEGrade II Listed Building, New Walk (conservation area), City Centre (area), Leicester (unitary authority, unparished area), Leicestershire (non-metropolitan county, ceremonial county), East Midlands (region), EnglandImage: The front facade with its entitling phoenix sculpture on the top of the city’s oldest existing fire station and … Read more

Leicester: Oxford Street

Listed Buildings, Oxford Street, Leicester Bowling Green Inn, 44 Oxford Street BOWLING GREEN INNGrade II Listed Building, City Centre (area), Leicester (unitary authority, unparished area), Leicestershire (non-metropolitan county, ceremonial county), East Midlands (region), EnglandImage: The front facade of a Georgian period inn building in the Georgian architectural style.

Heartfelt: Half Way June

Two Halves Of One Heart Always Together From The Very Beginning Until The End Of Time Half way.. We walked it together, We walked it in full complete whole. It is that other half if we look down in the shadow where we can miss you; It is our half to look at the sunlight … Read more

Barnsdale Hall

Back To The Dream-Felt Greens And Swan-Lake Sight Of Rutland Water BARNSDALE HALLGrade II Listed Building, Barnsdale Hill, Barnsdale (area), Exton and Horn (civil parish), Rutland (unitary authority, ceremonial county), East Midlands (region), EnglandImage: A distant view from the public pathway of Barnsdale Hall, now renamed to Rutland Hall, facing the lake-side facade of the … Read more

Real Property, Personal Property—The Differences Explained

Real property and personal property are distinguished as the the main types of property. REAL PROPERTY is also known as immovable property, real estate, interest (right) or estate in land, realty, immovable human-made things. Real property that one possesses or is granted rights to control cannot be moved. It comprises land (usually as parcels or … Read more

Private Property, Public Property—The Differences Explained

Private property, public property, as well as collective property are all recognised as main forms of property. The types of possession therefore are called private ownership, public or state ownership, and collective ownership. PRIVATE PROPERTY is possessed by individuals, business or legal entities. Private property can be controlled at the discretion of its owners. However, … Read more

Land Tenure, Housing Tenure—The Types Of Tenure Explained

TENURE is a legal arrangement of the relationship between the lord or the owner and the tenant or the holder that determines the rights and responsibilities of both parties, as well as the conditions of possession and usage of the land. This can also include the associated structures and improvements. LAND TENURE is understood to … Read more

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