Richmond leads the way for greener business
In a recent investigation by officebroker.com, Richmond – a town in Greater London – has seen an impressive month-by-month rise in office space enquiries over the first two quarters of 2009. The town is one of the front-runners in the UK’s push for a greener environment, and now boasts the best recycling rate of all locations in LondonΓÇÖs south-west.
Occupying a prime location just outside of Central London, Richmond is famous for its wealth of green open spaces, such as Richmond Park, Bushy Park and Kew gardens.
Situated on the edge of Richmond Park is Richmond University, an international institution that enables students from across the world to study in London. The University benefits from the town’s green spaces, proximity to Central London and excellent transport links.
Furthermore, with a campus located in both Richmond and Kensington, Richmond University offers a wide range of courses for undergraduate students, along with a Masters Degree in the History of Art for those wishing to study as a post-graduate. As an international establishment, Richmond degrees are accredited in the US and validated in the UK ΓÇô the world’s two most highly regarded higher education systems ΓÇô which are thereby acknowledged worldwide.
For more details on studying in London with Richmond University, visit their website at www.richmond.ac.uk.
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