Business Travellers To London Now Looking For Alternatives To Hotels - Business Travellers To London Now Looking For Alternatives To Hotels -

Friday, June 8, 2012

Business Travellers To London Now Looking For Alternatives To Hotels -

Business Travellers To London Now Looking For Alternatives To Hotels -

Added: (Fri Jun 08 2012)

Pressbox (Press Release) - A business traveller to the city of London has long since got tired of the hustle and bustle of hotel lobbies, they are trying to avoid the hotel room, and are now looking for a homely atmosphere, it is time for change.

London short term apartments is key to business personnel having comfortable accommodation which is completely self-contained giving a homely atmosphere, also avoiding the strict timetable of a hotel, and more importantly in a location that will fit in nicely in getting to and from the office.

Short stay apartments London is the most preferred forms of accommodation for holidaymakers, business visitors, in fact anyone else who needs to stay in London for a few weeks, and you will pay much less than one day in a hotel.

There are various types of short term lets London, which would suite people relocating and are between homes, this is perfect while looking for a permanent place. The apartments are fully furnished, and are equipped with many amenities and equipment.

Very often business personnel require a short let London to entertain guests and sit back and relax after a hard days work, and these apartments are often rented out by corporate companies to be offered to their visiting employees or transferred employees, and fits the bill very nicely as a base till they find more permanent accommodation.

The benefits of these apartments are many, they are spacious, comfortable and convenient, these short lets are not like a hotel room, they are not cramped, they are spacious with ample space to walk about without dodging bed corners etc. The added bonus is making your own meals or if this does not appeal walk to the nearest restaurant for dinner. Nothing is more boring than ploughing through conventional menus that you tire of in a matter of days.

These apartments are cost effective and a huge saving can be made, you do not have to pay by the person you pay for the apartment, and if business executives are in the city at the same time from the same company they can share, thus cutting down costs on a companys budget.

Most of these serviced apartments offer stays from just one night up to a 3 month rental London, this type of accommodation offers space to work and entertain friends or clients, also most serviced apartments offer broadband internet access for occupants, you will have the best of both worlds enjoying hotel services such as cleaning but at the same time enjoying the privacy and freedom of your own apartment, your own base in London.

A spokesman for Dolphin Corporate Housing located in Westminster and is part of the Dolphin Square complex said for the corporate traveller also the tourist London has a lot to offer, and we think our serviced apartments in London fits the bill for both these types of visitor to the city, who would like the benefits and independence of apartment living but at the same time enjoying the services of a quality hotel. Our apartments no matter what size are beautifully furnished and well equipped, and our location lends itself to convenience in both travelling around the city and just walking to do a bit of sightseeing.

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European Commission hails fish stocks revival boost - The Independent

Twenty fish stocks in European Union (EU) waters are now considered to be within sustainable fishing limits, compared with only five in 2009, fisheries Commissioner Maria Damanaki said.

The figures are rare good news after years in which fishermen have faced massive catch reductions in the name of conservation and on the promise of plenty tomorrow.

The EC has blamed successive years of enforced cuts on fleets routinely breaching catch quotas and delaying stock recovery.

Today, however, ahead of EU fisheries reform talks next week, Mrs Damanaki declared: "We are now seeing some improvements towards ending overfishing, but we need to go the extra mile and adopt Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) reform if we want to guarantee these improvements in the long term."

A commission "consultation document" looking at fishing opportunities for next year says efforts to halt overfishing are starting to work, thanks to reduced annual catch quotas in recent years.

The effectiveness of quota cuts allowed increases in the total allowable catch (TAC) for some stocks this year, says the report - with an estimated extra income for the fishing industry of 135 million euro (£109 million).

An EC statement said: "The figures show that following scientific advice when setting TACs helps fish stocks rebuild.

"As a result, fishermen are rewarded with higher catches and higher income, and the environmental impact of fishing is less."

It said the revival of stocks and the resulting income boost reinforced the need to reform the CFP to build on the benefits - because sticking to annual TAC limits alone would not be enough.

"Long-term management, a fully science-based approach and eliminating catastrophic practices such as discarding (dumping non-quota stocks caught in nets accidentally) are needed, as spelled out in the Commission proposals on CFP reform," the document added.

The EC says the scientific advice on which annual catch cuts are based is improving, with more and more stocks being assessed more accurately on the basis of the science.

The upbeat note came as lobby groups mounted a campaign against what they see as compromise proposals on EU fishing policy.

Birdlife Europe, Greenpeace, OCEAN2012, Oceana, Seas At Risk and WWF issued a joint statement warning that a proposed deal would not stop the depletion of fish stocks for another decade.

They said fisheries ministers were preparing to settle for a "lowest common denominator" deal "without any ambition to achieve sustainable fisheries or save fishing jobs".

The statement said: "Horse-trading to accommodate all member states has resulted in a significant weakening of the commission's reform proposal compared with July 2011.

"The required recovery of fish stocks by 2015 has been further delayed and the goal posts shifted.

"Ministers are only willing to commit to reduce fishing pressure progressively which would allow overfishing to continue for the next decade."

The groups claim only a quarter of fish stocks in EU waters are at sustainable levels.

"A 31 per cent decrease in fishing jobs since 2002 shows the bleakness of the European fisheries crisis which can only be remedied by a root-and-branch reform," the statement added.


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