London Stansted Airport – Air Travel Made Easy

The London Stansted airport is situated in the district of Uttlesford at Stansted Mountfitchet near Essex. It is approximately at a distance of 48 kilometers from London city. This passenger airport is one of the five international airports that are there in London. It is run and managed by the BAA authority that is also in charge of operations and management for all the other airports as well.

Stansted is a popular passenger airport that is widely accessed and has a wide range of low cost flights traveling between London and various European destinations. There are close to 100 different flight operators that are available at Stansted.

London Stansted Airport Facilities

There London Stansted airport facility is a modern and fully provided airport facility that considers every aspect of passenger comfort important. These are all highlights of its services and amenities for domestic and international travel plans made from here.

There is a large section of domestic and international travelers to England every year. They include tourists and leisure travelers to business and professional ones. In addition, each is driven by their own requirements. However, it can be safely said that Stansted airport lives up to all expectations of international and safe travel.

The first important aspect of this airport is that it provides you with a wide range of options for travels. There are several flight operators and thus budget or luxury travel options are equally available.

There is a system of booking available directly at the airport. Therefore, passengers can make their bookings here and even collect information accordingly.

Once you arrive at Stansted airport for your flight timings you may need to wait before you aboard. However, there is no reason to think that your time will not be well spent, as there are plenty of ways to engage yourself.

You can take an internet session and browse while you are there – an interesting option for spending your time especially for those interested in surfing with computers. There is a wide choice of restaurants, bars and cafes. You can enjoy different food and beverages at these places.

Then there is a scope for last minute shopping as well. Shopping arcades are also a part of the layout of the airport at Stansted. In addition, when you are done with all these options you may simply relax and be at spacious lounges present at the airport for passengers.

London to Stansted Airport

There are several means to commute to and from the Stansted airport. A railway terminal adjunct to the airport takes you to places like Cambridge, Leicester, Liverpool and Midlands among several others with a regular train service.

There is also a well- developed transport terminus close by. There are bus and coach service companies that ply to different parts of London and even other parts of England. In addition, to support this there is a well- formed road network. This also makes travelling easier and even quicker for all those of you planning to drive.

So for all your newest and even cost effective travel plans there is the London Stansted airport with all its facilities for passenger convenience and safe travel.

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Cough Medicine and Your Child’s Teeth

It’s the middle of winter which means it’s peak cold and flu season. No matter how hard you try to protect your kids from these annual illnesses, they still seem to somehow catch them. While having a child with a cold instead of the flu is less of a headache and concern, the discomfort experienced by your child from the uncomfortable symptoms of congestion, coughing, running nose and sore throat can temporarily make your child’s life nonetheless miserable.

You want to reduce and shorten the duration of your child’s cold symptoms. Some of the first things you grab from your arsenal are cough syrup and throat lozenges. While your child may not like the taste of the cough syrup, he or she has no problem with the throat lozenge. Even if these medications don’t immediately soothe the coughing and sore throat symptoms, at least the lozenges have a tolerable taste and are reminiscent of hard candy. It is typical that sore throat symptoms get worse in the evening before bed time and you don’t think twice about letting your child suck on a lozenge as they drift off to sleep (granted your child is old enough and won’t choke on the lozenge).

The Effects of Cough Medicine on Teeth

While you and your child are hopefully fast asleep, little do either of you know what is going inside your child’s mouth as he or she sucks on a lozenge.

Though both cough syrup and throat lozenges contain medicine to help treat and soothe their respective cold symptoms, both contain high levels of sugar. Lozenges are the worst of the two as they slowly break down inside the mouth instead of getting swallowed in one little gulp.

Throat lozenges, also commonly called cough drops are similar to hard candy in how they can increase one’s risk of tooth decay. It isn’t advisable for children to regularly consume hard candies just like the intake of stick candy should be limited. Hard candies and throat lozenges have an unique way of causing potential damage to one’s teeth because of their slow to dissolve nature.

Cavities are formed when debris and sugar accumulate on the surface of the teeth. The enzymes in saliva interact with the sugar and bacteria to produce a film that creates plaque and eats away at the tooth enamel. The damage of this reaction on one’s teeth will be less if the teeth are promptly brushed or the mouth is rinsed with water. Since throat lozenges take time to fully dissolve and they are often taken at night as the child is going to bed, the sugars of the lozenges have all night to harden into plaque and eat away at the layers of tooth enamel.

Cough syrup and the sugar that is in it can also damage teeth if the teeth aren’t brushed and the mouth rinsed out. Many times cough syrup is taken after children brush their teeth. To lower the risk of damage to your child’s teeth, consider having your child take the cough syrup first and then follow up with teeth brushing.

Cough medicine can be useful in helping to relieve and alleviate the discomfort of cold symptoms. They can also, however, cause subtle, unnoticeable damage to the teeth in the form of cavities. To minimize the risk of tooth decay from the sugar found in cold medicine, consider avoiding the use of cough drops at night and brushing one’s teeth and rinsing the mouth out thoroughly after using a cough drop or ingesting cough syrup.

Besides proper, daily oral hygiene routines, regular dental appointments every six months is also necessary for healthy teeth and gums for your child. If it has been longer than six months since your child saw their pediatric dentist, contact them today to schedule an appointment.

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Student Letting Analysis For UK Residential Landlords

The student letting market is a niche market for landlords but one that can be very rewarding if a landlord gets it right but equally it's very easy and expensive if landlords get it wrong.

Landlords have been letting to students studying away from home for years. Originally the market was relatively small and concentrated in a small number of university towns. However, the explosion in higher education numbers since the 70's and 80's and now with the Government's aspiration to have 50% of 18-30 year olds in Higher Education by 2010 means that demand for accommodation has grown massively over the last 30 years.

The result has been the emergence of a "cottage industry" of student landlords in many towns. Many parents have helped solve their student off springs accommodation needs by financing the purchase of a single investment property to let out whilst their son or daughter completed their education. In this way they ensure that they have some where decent to live whilst also avoiding paying out dead money in rent and also potentially providing a good long-term property investment.

Demand for student housing

Data from the Office for National Statistics show that the higher education initial participation rate was 40% among 17 to 30 year olds in 2006/2007, down from the 43% achieved in 05/06 but still short of the Governments target of 50%.

According to Knight Frank the UK student population has grown consistently over the last 10 years. Total student numbers have grown from 1.8 million in 1997 to 2.5 million in 2007. Savills expect this to hit 3 million full and part time students by 2014. Growth has been driven in the main by domestic UK undergraduate demand. There is a trend to rising numbers of foreign student, with participation of overseas students at UK universities rising 67% over the past decade. Knight Frank research shows that in 1997 they accounted for 11% (international students) and 21% (postgraduates) of all students; by 2007 these figures had increased to 15% and 24% respectively. Both international students and postgraduates are more likely to opt for purpose built private student housing rather than shared houses. Foreign student numbers are expected to grow from 15% of all students in 2008 to 21% by 2018.

Current supply

Savills research estimates that there are:

* 459,000 student beds in halls of residence
* 680,000 full time students in Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs)
* 259,000 full time students live at home with their parents

The number of students living at home with their parents has risen from 13% in 1996/97 to 19% in 2005/06. The number of full-time students living in HMOs has risen from 37% to 46% largely as a result of student number not being matched by the number of student beds provided within purpose built student accommodation.

As a general trend the supply of accommodation by private landlords has been falling in the last couple of years. This is in part to the HMO licensing regulations that came in 2006 and also as a result of the increasing number of private operated halls. In 2005 this type of accommodation accounted for around 7% of all bed spaces with the figure growing to around 10% in 2007. The expansion of private accommodation has partly been as a result of the increasing demand form post graduate and foreign students who demand and are able to afford higher rents and demand a higher standard of accommodation.

Future supply of student housing

Analysis of planning application data shows that there are approximately 78,000 potential student bed spaces in the planning pipeline at the end of 2006. 26% are at the application stage, 42% are awaiting full planning consent and the remaining 32% have planning consent and are under construction.

Student housing rent levels

Research carried out by Savills show that student rental levels have continued to increase over the last 20 years. Their opinion is that:

"This implies significant performance benefits over both conventional residential lettings and the commercial market, where cyclical downturns have resulted in periods of negative income growth."

However they did express some words of caution.

"increasing levels of supply may also suppress rental growth which suggests that location and proximity to universities will be the key determining factor."

Over the last 4 years according to research conducted by accommodation for students average rent levels have increased 17% from £ 52.44 to £ 62.48.

There are as one would expect large variations in rent levels across the country.

London and the south most expensive; Chester, Exeter and Loughborough are the high flyers, according to latest accommodationforstudents.com research (May 08)

The average weekly student rent in the UK is now £ 61.48, a figure 1.5% higher than last year according to the stats which are based on over 44,000 properties in 76 cities across the UK (see full table below). Over the past 4 years the average student rent has risen 17%, from £ 52.44 in 2004.

London leads the way with an average weekly rent of £ 102.85, 67% above the UK average. Moreover, it is generally more expensive to rent student accommodation in the south of the country. Middlesex, Cambridge, Guildford, Surrey, Exeter, Oxford and Brighton are all 20% or more costly than the UK norm. Two notable exceptions are Scotland and Ireland. St. Andrews, thanks, perhaps, to the attendance of Prince William, has an average student rent of £ 82.29, 34% above the UK average and the highest by far in Scotland. Edinburgh and Glasgow are also above average, but only 14% by comparison, with average weekly rents of £ 70.26 and £ 70.08 respectively, the first time Edinburgh has been higher than Glasgow since the research began 5 years ago.

Dublin has been included for the first time. It is not obviously part of the UK but is still popular with students from here; rents are second only to London at £ 87.68 per week, 43% above average. Belfast, by comparison, can offer inexpensive student accommodation, with average weekly rents being only £ 51.79, 16% below the rest of the UK.

Some traditional English redbrick universities: Liverpool (£ 50.52), Birmingham (£ 54.28), Manchester (£ 56.65), and Sheffield (£ 57.12) are still below the average UK weekly student rent (£ 61.48). However others, like Leeds (£ 62.03), Nottingham (£ 61.60), and Newcastle (£ 58.90) reflect their popularity by rising rent levels. All three have shown rent increases well over twice the UK average of 1.5% over the last year; Leeds is up by 6.5%.

Best value locations in terms of student rental accommodation are the less fashionable student towns like Crewe, Middlesbrough, Stoke, Wolverhampton and Bradford, with average weekly rents of between £ 40 and £ 45.

There are a number of 'hotspot' areas, Exeter, for instance, which now have an average weekly student rent of £ 77.54, 26% above average, and higher even than Oxford. Yet five years ago average student rents in the city were only £ 58, 34% less. Rents in Loughborough have risen 28% in the last four years, from £ 52 per week to £ 66.81. But the real current high-flyer in terms of student rents is Chester, where rents have gone up 14% in the last year alone, from £ 67.83 to £ 77.12, putting it firmly in the UK Top 10.

London unsurprisingly is still the most expensive city by far, although student rents in the capital have remained stable. However, in comparison, the rest of the UK is catching up. In 2004 the average student rent in London was 95% above the UK average of £ 53.44. Today, at £ 102.85, the weekly student rent in the capital is just 67% above the average of £ 61.48.

UK Student Rent Analysis, April 2008 (76 cities / 44,185 properties)

City Average Rent Per Week (£) Index *
London – 102.85 167
Dublin – 87.68 143
Middlesex – 83.97 137
Cambridge – 82.98 135
Guildford – 82.37 134
St Andrews – 82.29 134
Surrey – 81.15 132
Exeter – 77.54 126
Chester – 77.12 125
Oxford – 74.71 122
Brighton – 73.71 120
Kent – 72.24 117
Canterbury – 71.96 117
Edinburgh – 70.26 114
Glasgow – 70.08 114
Bournemouth – 69.11 112
Bristol – 68.84 112
Warwick – 68.75 112
Eastbourne – 68.67 112
Bath – 68.29 111
Chichester – 67.08 109
Durham – 66.95 109
Reading – 66.89 109
Loughborough – 66.81 109
Hatfield – 66.35 108
Doncaster – 66.04 107
Winchester – 65.65 107
Colchester – 64.67 105
Portsmouth – 64.49 105
Plymouth – 63.26 103
Cornwall – 62.76 102
Leeds – 62.03 101
Newport – 61.68 100
Nottingham – 61.60 100
Leamington Spa – 61.38 100
York – 60.63 99
Worcester – 60.56 99
Luton – 60.35 98
Lincoln – 60.23 98
Southampton – 60.06 98
Newcastle – 58.90 96
Stafford – 58.43 95
Aberdeen – 58.22 95
Huddersfield – 57.87 94
Devon – 57.52 94
Sheffield – 57.12 93
Cardiff – 56.85 92
Northampton – 56.76 92
Manchester – 56.65 92
Hastings – 56.59 92
Norwich – 56.44 92
Cheltenham – 56.34 92
Swansea – 55.99 91
Preston – 55.06 90
Leicester – 54.90 89
Dundee – 54.82 89
Birmingham – 54.28 88
Bangor – 53.36 87
Derby – 51.89 84
Belfast – 51.79 84
Lancaster – 50.88 83
Liverpool – 50.52 82
Coventry – 50.42 82
Bolton – 50.15 82
Salford – 49.73 81
Blackpool – 49.34 80
Carlisle – 48.25 78
Stockton – 47.38 77
Hull – 47.11 77
Sunderland – 46.70 76
Pontypridd – 46.36 75
Bradford – 44.61 73
Wolverhampton – 43.49 71
Stoke-on-Trent – 42.04 68
Middlesbrough – 41.54 68
Crewe – 40.33 66

UK Average Weekly Student Rent 61.48 100

* Index compared to UK average student weekly rent of £ 61.48.
2007 Ave £ 60.58 (-1.5%)

Interpreting the figures

Landlords need to be aware that in viewing these figures that they are the average achieved across the accommodation types. These levels have in recent years been boosted by the upgrading of student accommodation brought about by the contribution of purpose built private sector student halls. This accommodation is frequently provided with ensuite facilities, which according to Savills generates rents that are on average at a premium of 19% to similar shared accommodation. Therefore a prospective landlord should ensure that they do their own local research by talking to local rental agents and University Accommodation Offices before factoring in their expected rents to their investment calculations.

Having looked at the demand and supply of rental accommodation and likely rents we go on in part two to look at the likely investment return and practical considerations of investing in student accommodation including looking at several case studies.

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Liverpool FC – The History Of The Badge And The Meaning Of The Crest

Liverpool Football Club are one of the most successful teams in English and European football history, and the club not only has massive support in England but also around the world, the club probably has many millions of fans. Liverpool were founded in 1892 and have won 18 League titles, seven FA Cups and famously, they are five times winners of the European Cup and Champions League, combined.

The club badge or crest, is the epitome of this famous club, and the badge on their shirt is often kissed by the players when celebrating a goal or a victory, as a sign of loyalty and love for the club. The badge has changed considerably since the formation of the club well over a hundred years ago, but today’s crest has much significance about the history and tradition of this famous football club.

The club badge is predominantly based on the city’s famous Liver Bird, which has represented the city for many centuries. The mythical bird, which many believe to have been derived from a cormorant, can be seen on the top of the clock towers on the Royal Liver Building, where two famous Liver birds sculptures dominate the building and overlook the River Mersey, and they date back to 1911. Many modern myths have evolved regarding the origin of the Liver bird, but it is widely accepted that they watch over and protect the people of Liverpool and myth dictates that should they ever leave, the river Mersey would burst its banks and flood the city.

The Liver bird dominates the centre of the Liverpool badge, which is placed inside a shield. The image of the Liver bird on the badge has a short head and curved beak, which is more usually associated with a bird of prey rather than a cormorant, but it retains the sprig of laver, a type of seaweed, in its mouth.

In 2008, Liverpool FC attempted to claim copyright for the Liver bird image, but they failed in their attempt as it was deemed that the Liver bird belonged to all the people of Liverpool and not one company or organisation. The Liver bird image is also used by several other organisations.

Above the shield is a representation of the famous Shankly Gates, which were erected outside the Anfield Stadium in 1982, as a tribute to Liverpool’s former and most famous manager Bill Shankly, who had led Liverpool from Second Division mediocrity, to win three League titles, two FA Cups and the UEFA Cup. Bill Shankly is regarded by most fans as the greatest Liverpool manager, by the way he transformed the club.

Across the top of the Shankly Gates, and portrayed in the badge, are the words You’ll Never Walk Alone, which is the title of the song by Gerry and the Pacemakers that has been adopted by Liverpool fans as the club’s anthem, this again stems during Shankly’s time as manager, and is still sung reverently by Liverpool fans today.

The twin flames either side of the shield are symbolic of the Hillsborough memorial outside Anfield, where an eternal flame burns in memory of the 96 Liverpool fans who tragically died in the Hillsborough disaster of 1989, when the fans were crushed due to overcrowding during Liverpool’s FA Cup semi final against Nottingham Forest, 766 fans were also injured in the disaster.

The date of the formation of the club is clearly displayed below the shield, and while the club crest has changed a number of times over the years, it symbolises some of the most important events in the history of the club, the badge is worn with honour and pride by both players and fans alike.

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Basics of Football Betting

Football betting is not easy. There are so many things that are concerned about it that you will really find it difficult to understand. The types of bets are 90-minute bet, single bet, double bet, accumulator bet, trebles, etc. these are simple to play than the Yankees, Trixies, Lucky 15’s, Correct Score Parents, etc. read all the points to understand what are they.

90 minutes betting

The most common form of betting is this one. It is generally about the team that will win the match. One can also predict a draw but to win the bet the game has to be a draw. Thus, there are three betting outcomes a win, lose or a draw. You have a single wager in which you have to predict the chances.

Double Bet

A double wager is similar to a single 90-minute bet game. In this one is allowed to wager on two different football matches. This will count your winning chances in the final place.

Treble Bet

Like the double wager, it requires picking three teams instead of two in the double wager. If all these teams win, that is if you bet for winning, then that would make you win.

Accumulator betting

When there are more than three teams, it is called an accumulator wager. Thus a four team, five teams, six team wager is called an accumulator bet or three-fold, four-fold, six-fold bet respectively. The odds of all these selections are multiplied and then your winning amount is determined. The risk is that any one of the team not matching your prediction can make you lose as a whole.

Saturday afternoon accumulator bet

An accumulator wager is common on Saturday afternoons. There can be numerous teams in the wager. The more the number of teams the more is the winning amount. But the difficulty of winning is also greater.

Long odds accumulator bet

In this kind, you can wager around a lower amount say £2 and then stand a chance of winning around £100, which is a huge amount in comparison to your betting price.

Short Odds Accumulator bet

If you are betting on the famous teams like Barcelona, Manchester City, Real Madrid and the like and if they are playing with average to low teams then you stand out a chance to win. Thus if you are betting a win for all your 5 teams then you might get £6 for a £2 bet for at odds of 3/1.

Hence, it is very much evident that the betting can be simple as well as complicated. It will all depend on the bet you want to place.

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A Guide to Booking Arsenal Tickets to Watch Arsenal

A new coaching establishment, new strategy, new Emirates playground, and inclusion of fresh and talented players are some strong elements that have fashioned the Arsenal FC into the most capable team in the Premier League. With legendary players like Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil, Lucas Perez, Bergkamp, Pires, and Henry, the football club continues to lead the English Premier League events.

Watching Arsenal players live in action is now no longer a fantasy for the enthusiasts like you, as the Arsenal tickets are now available easily and affordably at some reliable websites. You don’t need to worry at all if you want to live up the electrifying experience at Emirates stadium.

Where to buy Arsenal tickets:

Since the Arsenal tickets for sale are always in high demand, it is somehow challenging for the fans to buy a ticket from the official channel. But there are some reliable and promising third-party online ticket franchises that offer football tickets, along with the customer services. And if you go through the manner how they deliver tickets online, you will find the following worthwhile benefits:

• Safe and secure transaction

• 100% delivery on time

• Money back assurance

• Real-time mechanism to process your bookings

• Last minute booking facility

So, you don’t need to worry if you couldn’t book your ticket on the official website – you can reliably head towards the secondary ticket suppliers to book your Arsenal match tickets.

How to buy tickets:

Purchasing tickets for the Arsenal events is somehow easier and more convenient for the audiences who own a membership. The official window goes live two months before for the Silver Members.

Type of membership is the only thing that lets you buy Arsenal match tickets online. If you want to get a quick and early access to the online ticket inventory, then you would better to have a membership. It is important to remember that all the Arsenal tickets for football matches are sold out within minutes once the ticket booking window goes live.

In such condition, you can avail the last-minute-booking facility at the third-party website where the process is quite simple and convenient.

Get a membership at the outset for cheap and early tickets:

Before you choose an online destination to book your tickets, you need to get a membership first. Visit the official website and earn a membership to have a direct access to a selection of exclusive advantages like priority ticket access, subscription to Arsenal Player, a welcome offer, and much more.

• Online booking:

It’s the most practiced manner to buy Arsenal tickets, and it provides the utmost conveniences while you book your seat. All members are required to provide their 7-digit membership number, subsequent to credit/debit card details.

Every member is allowed to book maximum four tickets. Once the transaction is successful, the ticket is delivered electronically to the registered email ID.

• Telephone ticket booking:

Telephone ticket booking does also go through a simple and flawless process. Here in this way, you will have to dial a number and follow the instructions right from providing your membership number to the credit/debit card details. And once the procedure completes, you will get a confirmation email with the seat details.

How non-member audiences can get the ticket:

There is the least possibility for non-member audiences to get the Arsenal tickets as the tickets are always in high demand. It is subject to the availability if there is any ticket available after selling to the members.

So why wait! Simply get the membership and ensure your presence in the stadium to cheer up every single moment with thousands of Arsenal fans.

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