Lake House / Maximilian Eisenköck

first_imgArchDaily Lake House / Maximilian Eisenköck Products used in this ProjectDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ClassicStructural Design:Mathias KronreifBuilder:Pfleger Building CompanyCarpentry:Holzbau LottermoserGlazing:Fuchs Glas-Technik GmbHConstruction Costs:EUR 580,000 building costs excl. VATEnergy Indicator:36 kWh/sqmCity:SteinbrunnCountry:AustriaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of Maximilian EisenköckText description provided by the architects. The Neufeldersee – a small lake about 30 minutes away from Vienna, Austria – located between 2 small mountain regions offers an ideal space for summer recreation. The horseshoe-shaped building with a floor space of 220m² is located on the shores of the small lake which was created by flooding an open-cast mine in 1932. It is owned by the royal Esterházy family.Save this picture!Courtesy of Maximilian EisenköckThe center of the building is a courtyard in the middle – the patio – which is enclosed by 3 sides of the building and only opens for the water and the evening sun out.Save this picture!SectionWood as main building material was chosen from the outset of the whole process of design. It was the only way to get the complex geometry done without cold spots and with the demanded slim dimensions.Save this picture!Courtesy of Maximilian EisenköckFirst, the prefabricated wooden elements were placed on the foundation plate. The façade was made like a Japanese ornament with black straps. The resulting fields fill the African Okume plates.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanLarge glass elements were created on the north side – not least in order to provide the optimal light painting residents available.Save this picture!Courtesy of Maximilian EisenköckThe only large-scale southern glazing is located in the area of ​​natural shadowing by the neighboring building making further shading unnecessary. In some places the height of the glazing reaches up to the top of the building itself and dematerialized itself in this manner.Save this picture!Courtesy of Maximilian EisenköckEcology.Another ecological approach can be found – beyond high component insulation values ​​- in the form of an optimized and space-saving and sensible zoning of the living areas.Save this picture!Courtesy of Maximilian EisenköckBeing a summer house shelter from the sun surpassed the need for a large south-facing exposure . All expansive glazings were created on the north side – not least in order to provide the ideal light for the painting residents. Particularities.Slim construction – Attica lots construction – even with sliding elements.Save this picture!Courtesy of Maximilian EisenköckIntricate structures rather than uniform thermal insulation composite facade. Today’s construction and the relocation of the building-budget towards building mechanization often compels architects to pragmatism – we want to change that in our design. We want to invest in the design, the shape und the surfaces more than in its technical features. Save this picture!Facade DetailIn this project it meant that high quality products could be installed while keeping a reasonable budget. The weighting was towards high architectural quality combined with achieving a low amount of square meters trough a clever floorplan.Save this picture!Courtesy of Maximilian EisenköckProject gallerySee allShow less”Synthesis and Containment”: The Design Philosophies of Cadaval & Solà-MoralesVideosMonocle 24 Examines Bilateral Inspiration Between Cities Across the WorldArchitecture News Share Lake House / Maximilian EisenköckSave this projectSaveLake House / Maximilian Eisenköck Area:  171 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Austria Projects 2015 Architects: Maximilian Eisenköck Area Area of this architecture project Save this picture!Courtesy of Maximilian Eisenköck+ 21 Share Housescenter_img CopyHouses•Steinbrunn, Austria Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: Sky-Frame Products translation missing: “COPY” “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard CopyAbout this officeMaximilian EisenköckOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSteinbrunnAustriaPublished on September 14, 2015Cite: “Lake House / Maximilian Eisenköck” 14 Sep 2015. 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Retinoblastoma Society rebrands

first_imgRetinoblastoma Society rebrands The Retinoblastoma Society has been rebranded as the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust.The charity is the only UK-wide organisation dedicated to helping children with this type of eye cancer, through offering support to families, funding research and raising awareness. The design work element of the rebranding was handled by This Way Up. The trust’s Chief Executive, Libby Halford explains: “We decided to change the name to something more descriptive as the term retinoblastoma is not widely recognised and doesn’t convey who we are and what we do. As we were changing our name we decided it was time to overhaul our entire corporate identity and This Way Up’s mix of creativity and strategic thinking make it the ideal choice.” Advertisement Howard Lake | 15 January 2004 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Redrawing the ‘child within an eye logo’ in a modern illustrative style, together with the new-strapline ‘Fighting Retinoblastoma’, creates a link to the charity’s previous name. Off centre of the eye graphic a starburst has been added to capture the medical aspects of the condition which can show up as a ‘cats eye’ effect when using flash photography.center_img Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies Individual giving  50 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more

Attack on the Media Foundation

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Cheeseburger Week Rolls On. Again.

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By EDDIE RIVERA, Community Editor Published on Thursday, January 14, 2016 | 11:59 am Make a comment (Editor’s note: What’s that sizzle in the air? Why, it’s Cheeseburger Week in Pasadena! We won’t regale you with the old story of the first cheeseburger being invented at Sternberger’s 8 million years ago. If you’re reading this, you already know that. We’re here to talk cheeseburgers, and moving right along, here are our next feature reviews—the cheeseburgers at The Counter and Meat District Co.)The CounterOkay, this one is on us. We included The Counter in last year’s roundup coverage of Cheeseburger Week, and given the fact that The Counter is a design-your-own burger spot with scores of choices of cheeses, sauces and toppings, we built a very simple burger that was still frankly, quite good.Little did we know.This year, we allowed Carlos, the manager, to build us a burger of his own design, and the results were spectacular.Visiting in that quiet afternoon spot between lunch and dinner, the place was quiet and empty and perfectly ready for a serious cheeseburger assault, with fries, of course.Let’s start with those, since every cheeseburger needs a big handful of fries, and the fries at The Counter are the perfect accompaniment to a great burger.Carlos brought two serving of fries—the Loaded Spuds and the Parmesan Fries. Each was a pile of shoestring potatoes, the first with shredded cheddar cheese, applewood smoked bacon, and topped with scallions and a drizzle of sour cream. The second featured the same fries, this time tossed in a roasted garlic aioli, mixed with grated parmesan, and topped with rosemary and parsley. Each required a fork, to scoop up the delicious mixtures. A perfectly unexpected delight.And though it was only me sitting at that table, two massive burgers showed up post haste. The co-star was the Old School burger featured a half-pound slab of hormone and antibiotic-free beef with melted Tillamook cheddar, lettuce, sliced red onion and pickle chips and tomato. It’s served on a brioche with a red relish made in-house. For this one, Carlos also added more bacon and topped it with sliced avocado. The entire construction had to be sliced in half for easier maneuverability, and it was an olympian effort to finish just half.Carlos called the second burger, “The Knife and Fork,” a steak dinner on a bun, and that description was close to spot on. On this one, the half-pound beef is topped with a mound of Parmesan Fries, along with baby spinach, roasted tomato, a dollop of horseradish aioli, and the Counter’s “signature steak sauce.” served on the side. This burger was a magnificent tower of delicious, with each bite revealing the wealth of flavors. The horseradish aioli added a mellow tang to the beef flavor, and the steak sauce added even more to the swirl of tastes.Again, we could only manage half of this one, and brought the other half home for, you know, safekeeping. It’s a dangerous world out there, and we hold our burgers close to us. The Counter makes that easy.The Counter is at 140 Shoppers Ln, Pasadena. (626) 440-1008 Meat District Co.This restaurant brings everything back to basics. The nearly two-year old restaurant features grilled steaks, ribs, and of course, burgers. It’s that specially seasoned and grilled beef that defines its burgers.Meat District Co. brings a simple and delicious burger to the game.Interestingly enough, I’ve never preferred tomatoes or onions on my burgers, but the Meat District’s 1/2 lb patty with aged cheddar, caramelized onions, tomatoes, pickle and house sauce manages to blend each of these distinct ingredients together like a smooth singing ensemble. The tomatoes and caramelized onions joined seamlessly to create a quietly spectacular cheeseburger. The Cheeseburger is served with thin, crispy fries, which are perfectly great without either salt or ketchup, if that’s how you roll.We’d expect no less than a great burger in a place that specializes in grilled meats, and the Meat District Co. did not disappoint us. Their burger deserves a serious thumb-up.Meat District Co. is at 69 North Raymond, Pasadena. (626) 795-9902. Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. 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Man released after PSNI say Claudy death is no longer suspicious

first_img Google+ Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Pinterest Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews Man released after PSNI say Claudy death is no longer suspicious WhatsApp Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Following a post mortem examination, police in County Derry are no longer treating as suspicious the death of a 36 year old woman at a house on Glenshane Road in Claudy yesterday.Polixce have now confirmed a 62 year old man arrested following the death has been released unconditionally.Police had initially described the woman’s death as “unexplained”. Previous articleA field of 250 runners took on the Convoy 10kNext articleInishowen Football League results admin center_img Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Facebook Google+ Twitter By admin – April 17, 2016 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

‘Solo Challenge’ from Donegal to Clones to raise money for Donegal Hospice

first_imgNews Previous articleSister of Buncrana man who died by suicide says more help is neededNext articleJury fails to reach verdict in Donegal man’s defamation case against the Irish Times News Highland Google+ The event organising committee of the Sandhouse Hotel Solo Challenge had for a long time endeavoured to find a way to adequately bring their relay solo run from Donegal town to a fitting conclusion upon arrival in clones this Sunday at the end of a 120km journey through the night.Thankfully due to the hard work of some of the provinces finest Gaels a moment to cherish has been provided to one of the solo run participants.The event organising committee must thank our own club member and Donegal GAA Vice Chairperson Danny Mc Namee as well as Danny Murphy and Ryan Feeney of Ulster GAA.Also a mention for Derry GAA legend and solo run participant Joe Brolly for any help he may have been in creating this opportunity. It is fitting that each of the participants in the challenge will wear the ‘opt for life’ logo on their shirts, a cause which Joe has spearheaded.The last runner in the Solo Challenge will enter the playing area in St. Tiernach’s Pairc sometime between both games on Sunday and kick the ball which had been soloed for 120km, by over 100 runners non-stop through the night over the bar in front of the crowd.A moment to truly remember!!The final runner is due to be announced in the coming days. This will be the culmination of an event which will raise funds for Naomh Brid GAA and also much needed funds for Donegal Hospice via bucket collections in the 11 towns which we pass during the challenge.Donations and further information on the event at Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Twitter By News Highland – July 17, 2013 Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firecenter_img Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Pinterest ‘Solo Challenge’ from Donegal to Clones to raise money for Donegal Hospice Facebook Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry last_img read more

Pet contest deadline extended

first_img The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthBet You’re Pretty Curious About Jaden’s Net Worth Right About Now, HuhBradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Latest Stories Print Article “Hopefully, I’ve contacted all of those who entries didn’t load or those whose entries did make the deadline due to a glitch in the website,” Howard said. “But, just to make sure and to accommodate all those who called requesting an extension of the deadline, we are extending the deadline through Monday. Any entry postmarked Sept. 8 will be accepted.”Although the entry deadline has been extended, the deadline for voting in the 2015 Pet Photo Contest will remain Sept. 30.“That’s firm,” Howard said. “If we extended that deadline, we couldn’t get the 2015 Pet Photo Calendars back in time for Christmas.” You Might Like CREATION: Covenant Christian art class (PHOTOS) London Aldridge works on a project with her classmates during art class Wednesday at Covenant Christian School. This is Kristy… read more Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Published 8:00 am Thursday, September 4, 2014 Skip Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Pet contest deadline extended Sponsored Content Email the author Good news was circulated Wednesday that will be of great interest to pet owners.The entry deadline for the Humane Society of Pike County’s 2015 Pet Photo Contest has been extended through Monday, Sept. 8.Lisa Howard, contest chair, said the humane society’s website was flooded Tuesday with entries and some of the entries did not go through while others missed the original 5 p.m. deadline. Howard said, as of Wednesday, dogs are leading the entries by a rather comfortable margin.“Cats usually rule the Pet Photo Contest but right now dog entries are outnumbering the cats’,” Howard said. “Last year, a dog won the contest for the first time ever. Dog owners have said they are going to make it two in a row.”And, for the first time ever, a couple of draft mules are entered in the contest.“The mules have added a lot of interest to the contest and might give the dogs and cats a real stiff challenge,” Howard said. “From what I’ve heard, several ducks are waiting in the wings. So it should be an interesting and fun run to the cover of the 2015 Pet Photo Calendar. By Jaine Treadwell By The Penny Hoarder Howard said the Humane Society of Pike County’s website was tested Wednesday morning and it’s now operational. The web address is enter on site, drop an 8×10 pet photo, an entry form with the owner’s name, address and phone number and the pet’s name and a $10 donation to the Humane Society of Pike County at The Little Framery, Troy Antiques or Guynn’s Income Tax and Bookkeeping Services in Troy or Hillside Antiques on Highway 231 South.Entries and votes may also be mailed to Pet Photo Contest, P.O. Box 296, Troy, AL 36081. Book Nook to reopenlast_img read more

Young women murdered decades ago may finally find justice through new controversial DNA tool

first_imgEl Dorado County District Attorney(LOS ANGELES) — An 11-year-old girl, strangled to death in Southern California in 1973, her killer gone without a trace.A 27-year-old woman whose body was left in a shallow grave in South Lake Tahoe, California, in 1977.And yet another young victim, a 20-year-old woman who was sexually assaulted and killed with an electric cord in her Portland apartment in 1979.These are among the victims who suffered untimely and mysterious deaths decades ago whose loved ones have gotten closer to delayed justice this year through the novel investigative technique of genetic genealogy.In the first two months of 2019, suspects — some of whom have already died — were identified in at least six previously unsolved killings of young women and girls across the U.S. through the new, but controversial, technique.Genetic genealogy takes an unknown killer’s DNA from a crime scene and identifies the suspect through his or her family members, who voluntarily submit their DNA to genealogy databases. This allows police to create a much larger family tree than using regular law enforcement databases, in which an exact match to the suspect is needed in most states, according to CeCe Moore, chief genetic genealogist with Parabon NanoLabs, which has worked on the majority of the cases.“We’ve been using these types of websites and technology for people of unknown parentage and people to learn more about their ancestry for about a decade. It’s new to use it for crime scenes,” Moore said. “Crime scene DNA is now being compared to the DNA of the people that have uploaded their DNA into these genealogy websites. And from that we can reverse engineer and help identify suspects in these cold cases.”The first public arrest through genetic genealogy was in April with the identification of the suspected “Golden State Killer,” a serial rapist and murderer who plagued California in the 1970s and 1980s and had been unidentified for decades.Since the suspected “Golden State Killer”‘s arrest, genetic genealogy has helped identify more than three dozen suspects in violent crimes, said Moore.Among those solved this year was the murder of 20-year-old Sophie Sergie, whose body was found sexually assaulted, stabbed and shot in a dorm bathroom at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1993.DNA from Sergie’s unknown killer was recovered at the crime scene and uploaded to CODIS — the Combined DNA Index System, a law enforcement database — but no suspect was identified, according to Alaska State Troopers.Decades went by without progress in her mysterious murder — until April, when the cold case unit in Alaska learned of genetic genealogy’s use in the “Golden State Killer” case.Steven Downs was tracked down through family members’ DNA submissions to a genealogy database. Once it was confirmed his DNA matched the DNA left behind from Sergie’s sexual assault, he was taken into custody in February, officials said.Downs was a student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1993 and was living in the same building where Sergie was found, according to the charging document. He’s had no previous arrests and his DNA had never been uploaded to the national database, the charging document said.Downs was taken into custody in Maine, where he had been living, and has formally challenged extradition, his attorney James Howaniec told ABC News Friday.Downs is “stunned” by the allegations and is “absolutely denying the charges,” Howaniec said.“As far as I know he had an alibi for where he was at the time,” he added.Howaniec is skeptical about how DNA was gathered, saying of the genetic genealogy process, “We don’t really know whether it meets any sort of protocols.”Downs is scheduled to return to court on March 20.The technique and an arrest in February brought the family of 11-year-old Linda O’Keefe, who was strangled to death in Southern California in 1973, one step closer to finding closure.DNA recovered from Linda’s body was put into the CODIS, but there was no hit, prosecutors said.Through genealogical DNA, investigators matched that crime scene DNA to the DNA of James Neal.Neal lived in Southern California in the 1970s and worked in construction at the time of the crime, officials said. After the alleged killing he went to Florida, where he changed his name, officials said.Neal, who was arrested in Colorado, appeared in court Thursday and waived extradition to California, said El Paso County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Jacqueline Kirby.O’Keefe’s parents died before an arrest came and “never had the closure and peace that came with knowing who the individual was,” Cindy Borgeson, Linda’s sister, told ABC News Wednesday.“My mother felt guilt-ridden the rest of her life. My father was full of rage the rest of his life,” Borgeson said.But she added that she believes her parents and slain sister “are in heaven rejoicing right now.”Though families are breathing a sigh of relief, as law enforcement’s use of genetic genealogy ramps up, some are concerned the tool is an invasion of privacy.The growing number of arrests caught the attention of Charles Sydnor, a Democratic member of Maryland’s House of Delegates, who has introduced a bill in an effort to prevent genealogy databases searches for identifying suspects through family member’s DNA.For Sydnor, it comes down to constitutionality.“I was elected and one of my jobs is to ensure the government follows the constitution,” Sydnor told ABC News Friday. “Our committee will be looking at this issue this summer.”House Bill 30, introduced by Sydnor in January, says, “Each DNA record of identification characteristics that results from DNA testing under this subtitle shall be stored and maintained only by the Crime Laboratory in the statewide DNA data base system, except as necessary to participate in CODIS [the law enforcement database].”“A person may not perform a search of the statewide DNA data base or any other DNA or genealogical database for the purpose of identification of an offender in connection with a crime for which the offender may be a biological relative of the individual from whom the DNA sample was acquired,” the bill said.Vera Eidelman, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), understands the public’s concern.“DNA is deeply private and sensitive and can reveal so much about an individual. It’s essentially a blueprint to us,” Eidelman said. “It can enable us to learn who are family members are, what our ancestry is, our predisposition for certain medical conditions… and who knows where science can go.”Eidelman called it “incredibly troubling to think about that same information going into the hands of law enforcement without a warrant and without clear notice and consent.”Eidelman also stressed how “one person uploading their genetic material, because of the way DNA works scientifically, also implicates the sensitive information and private details of so many family members.”To Eidelman, law enforcement’s use of genetic genealogy in cold case murders and sex assaults is a slippery slope.“I can only imagine how this will expand to other sorts of crimes,” she said. “Right now we’re discussing this in the context of cold murder and rape cases, but I wonder what will stop law enforcement from using similar investigative techniques to go after trespassers or purse snatchers.”But Moore, the genetic genealogist, stressed, “This issue should be decided by individual choice of the participants and not lawmakers.”“As long as the people who have contributed their DNA profiles to the databases to which law enforcement has access have consented to and are supportive of the use of their DNA for this purpose, it should be allowed,” Moore said.Usually, those who submit their DNA to direct-to-consumer testing sites, like AncestryDNA and 23AndMe, are doing it for the purposes of family history and family searches — and direct-to-consumer sites generally do not allow their DNA samples to be searched by authorities, Moore said. Genealogy databases, however, permit people to upload their DNA information to compare between direct-to-consumer company results, and those samples are widely available for searches.“Genetic genealogy analysis of crime scene DNA is making society safer for all of us, but especially the most vulnerable members of our communities, and conserving valuable law enforcement resources by making violent crime investigations more efficient,” Moore said. “I have witnessed up close what it has meant to families of victims, and victims themselves, to finally have answers and the opportunity for resolution in the cases where genetic genealogy has been used to successfully identify a suspect when all other avenues of investigation have failed.”Borgeson, for whom the issue is personal, does not consider the use of genetic genealogy by law enforcement to be an invasion of privacy.“If you’ve committed a crime, a felony, I feel like your rights are suspended,” Borgeson said.Borgeson urges police departments to consider genetic genealogy and hopes other families who have waited for decades can get the same closure she has.“It’s helping law enforcement find these people and bring them to justice,” Borgeson said. “It’s just remarkable.“I really didn’t think the day would ever come,” she said of seeing a suspect in custody for her 11-year-old sister’s slaying. “I really just thought he was gone in the wind.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. 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Young estate agent made her firm’s MD just eight years after joining industry

first_imgA South West-based estate agent has been made managing director of a leading regional company just eight years after graduating from university, heralding both a new star within the sector but also adding to the growing number of women at the top of the industry.Jade Boyles-White (pictured, above), who initially joined a Plymouth student lettings firm before joining the local branch of Connells, where she rose to be a senior lettings manager.She left Connells in January 2015 to join four-branch estate agency Complete at its land and new homes division in Bovey Tracey before being promoted to run the department just ten months later.PromotedBoyles-White, who is also an associate of the Guild of Estate Agents,  was promoted yesterday to be Managing Director of the business by founder Will Smith (pictured, above).He set up the company in 2007 and it now employs over 30 people. Smith is stepping down from the Managing Director role to become the company’s chairman, and is to focus on its land and new homes operation.“This is a really exciting time, both for me personally, and for the future of Complete,” says Jade. “I have learnt a lot working with Will, and that relationship is going to continue.“However, this move forward will enable us both to focus on specific areas and will enable me to continue to drive the business forward with a focus on developing our talented team.“I feel extremely lucky to be able to take this position and am in the fortunate position that I am surrounded by an experienced and committed senior management team” Jade Bowles-White Complete Estate Agents estate agent January 4, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’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 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Young estate agent made her firm’s MD just eight years after joining industry previous nextAgencies & PeopleYoung estate agent made her firm’s MD just eight years after joining industryJade Boyles-White has risen quickly through the ranks of the SW property industry including a spell at Connells before joining Complete Estate Agency.Nigel Lewis4th January 201902,040 Viewslast_img read more

Albanian Navy starts first ever deployment with NATO

first_img Share this article November 24, 2016 View post tag: Albanian Navy View post tag: NATO Albanian Navy starts first ever deployment with NATO The Albanian Navy joined it’s first-ever NATO maritime mission by deploying its patrol boat ALS Oriku to Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 on Monday. The vessel will support NATO activities in the Aegean Sea as part of the international efforts to stop illegal trafficking and migration.ALS Oriku is an Iliria-class patrol boat manned by 21 crew members who will rotate every two months throughout the yearlong deployment with the NATO group.The Albanian patrol boat has joined ships from Greece, Netherlands, Turkey, and the United Kingdom in support of NATO’s current activities in the Aegean Sea. These units are patrolling and providing real-time information on a daily basis to the Coast Guards of Greece and Turkey, the EU Border, and Coast Guard Agency Frontex.The Standing NATO Maritime Groups are a multinational, integrated maritime force made up of vessels from various allied countries. These vessels (including their helicopters) are permanently available to NATO to perform different tasks ranging from participating in exercises to actually intervening in operational missions.The Republic of Albania joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in 2009, and is one of the contributors to the Alliance operations to maintain peace and security in Afghanistan. Albania also contributes to the NATO–led Kosovo Force mission in Kosovo continuing to support the cooperation between NATO and Kosovo Security Forces. Back to overview,Home naval-today Albanian Navy starts first ever deployment with NATO View post tag: SNMG-2 Authoritieslast_img read more