BYU Football To Host Houston In a Friday Night Battle of the Cougars This Season

first_imgFebruary 18, 2020 /Sports News – Local BYU Football To Host Houston In a Friday Night Battle of the Cougars This Season FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Tuesday, BYU’s athletic department and ESPN made a joint announcement that the Cougars’ home game against the Houston Cougars has been moved to Friday October 16.This was previously slated as a Saturday October 17 game but will now be televised nationally on either ESPN or ESPN-2.The BYU Cougars lead the all-time series 2-0.These games include a 47-46 win at NRG Stadium (the home of the NFL’s Houston Texans) in 2013 and a 33-25 victory at LaVell Edwards Stadium in 2014. Brad James Tags: BYU Football Written bylast_img

Victoria Point homes selling fast

first_imgHome » News » Land & New Homes » Victoria Point homes selling fast previous nextLand & New HomesVictoria Point homes selling fastThe Negotiator12th July 20190497 Views Elevate Property Group, developers of the new residential-led mixed use site at Victoria Point in Ashford, report that demand for the 216 apartments in the £55 million development is already proving strong. To date 25 per cent of the apartments in the scheme have already been reserved or exchanged, ahead of the official launch of Victoria Point which is not scheduled until late June/ early July.Tom Bryant, Head of Residential Development Sales for the South East Region at selling agents Savills, said, “Victoria Point has been an exciting addition to Ashford town centre. The new apartment market in the town centre is still in its infancy and Victoria Point’s timing of delivery and proximity to the station makes this an extremely exciting proposition for both owner occupiers and investors.We have seen a strong mix of owner profiles at Victoria Point, pied-a-terre buyers, downsizers as well as young professionals.“We have seen a strong mix of owner occupier profiles at Victoria Point from pied-de-terre buyers, downsizers and young professionals. Now, with Help to Buy confirmed, and as we move closer towards completion next year, we expect Victoria Point to increase in popularity with the younger demographic.“We had a preview of a show home in March which was well received and we will be looking to officially launch the marketing suite and new show home when hoarding is struck in a few weeks’ time”.The development includes a selection of studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments with prices currently ranging from £142,500 to £375,000.Victoria Point Ashford Tom Bryant land and new homes Savills Elevate property Group July 12, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’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 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

Covid roadmap: Will market normality finally return, agents wonder?

first_imgHome » News » COVID-19 news » Covid roadmap: Will market normality finally return, agents wonder? previous nextCOVID-19 newsCovid roadmap: Will market normality finally return, agents wonder?Many in the industry are hoping that the latest ‘Boris bounce’ will help smooth over the potential Stamp Duty cliff face.Nigel Lewis23rd February 202101,350 Views The estate agency industry has given its first reaction to the government’s ‘road map’ to re-opening England which will see a steady easing of the lockdown regulations between March 8th and June 21 when, if everything goes to plan, Covid will be over.This will start with schools and colleges opening and people being allowed to meet one other friend for a coffee or picnic, followed by gatherings of up to six people or two households on 29th March.Shops will then re-open on 12th April along with most pubs and restaurants but only those with outdoor seating along with limited access to pools, gyms and other venues.On 17th May restrictions will continue but allow groups of up to 30 people allowed to meet in parks and gardens and up to six people indoors.Stadiums and other sport venues will also be allowed to open, but all these measures will be dependent on continuing reviews by the government to ensure the virus, or a variation of it, does not begin to spread again.Dominic Agace (pictured), chief executive Winkworth, says: “It’s a great relief to get to this long-awaited marker, plotting a way out of this third and, hopefully, final lockdown.“Throughout the second and third lockdowns, buyer demand has remained.“With a hint of spring on its way and a route to a sustained normality, optimism should build, with sellers returning in greater numbers to the market.“Current demand is ahead of 2020 levels and outperforming the boost from the Boris bounce following the outcome of the General Election – but the supply of homes to the market has lessened. As a result, we are seeing prices hold firm and a positive and balanced market beyond the end of the stamp duty holiday.”James Forrester (pictured), MD of Barrows and Forrester, says: “Welcome news for the property market which has been running on the artificially fuelled demand of a stamp duty reprieve.“With this due to end in March, there was a degree of uncertainty around the future of the market and whether we would see property prices nosedive as a result.“With normality now starting to return, this is unlikely to materialise and while the market will simmer to a more measured level of activity in the wake of the stamp duty holiday, this will be far from the crash that many have predicted.”Read the full Covid road document.  Covid roadmap James Forrester Boris Johnson Dominic Agace winkworth February 23, 2021Nigel 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 2021last_img read more

US Navy to christen future USNS Burlington (T-EPF 10)

first_img Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today US Navy to christen future USNS Burlington (T-EPF 10) View post tag: USNS Burlington View post tag: Austal The US Navy is set to christen its newest expeditionary fast transport ship in a ceremony at Austal’s Mobile, Alabama, shipyard on February 24.The future USNS Burlington, designated T-EPF 10, will be the first ship in naval service to honor Burlington, Vermont’s largest city. The first Navy ship Burlington (PF-51) was named for Burlington, Iowa, and served during World War II.“This ship honors Burlington, Vermont, a city that embodies American values and its patriotic, hardworking citizens for their support and contributions to our Navy,” said Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer. “Burlington, like the other ships in the EPF program, will provide our commanders high-speed sealift mobility and agility.”With an all-aluminum shallow-draft hull, the EPF is a commercial-based catamaran capable of intra-theater personnel and cargo lift.EPF class ships are designed to transport 600 short tons of military cargo, 1,200 nautical miles, at an average speed of 35 knots. The ship is capable of operating in shallow-draft ports and waterways, interfacing with roll-on/roll-off discharge facilities and on/off-loading a combat-loaded Abrams main battle tank (M1A2).The EPF includes a flight deck for helicopter operations and an off-load ramp that will allow vehicles to quickly drive off the ship. EPF’s shallow draft (under 15 feet) further enhances littoral operations and port access.The EPF program delivered its ninth ship late last year, USNS City of Bismarck (T-EPF 9). Puerto Rico (EPF 11) and Newport (EPF 12) are currently under construction at Austal’s shipyard. US Navy to christen future USNS Burlington (T-EPF 10) View post tag: US Navy February 23, 2018 Share this articlelast_img read more

HKU Professoriate Recruitment (Science)

first_imgThe University of Hong Kong (HKU) is pleased to invite outstandingscholars to contribute to our thriving research agenda as well asto Hong Kong’s leading position in the region and beyond.We will recruit 100 outstanding academics in emerging fields withpotential for scientific and scholarly breakthroughs—above andbeyond our existing recruitment programme—to join HKU as assistant,associate, or full professors, on tenure-track or with directtenure.This is an open-discipline call. The strategic recruitment areas inthe Faculty of Science are: Computational, Mathematical andStatistical Methods in Machine Learning and ArtificialIntelligence; Mathematical Physics; Geometry; Quantum Matter,Information and Optics; Photonics; AI in Chemistry; Metamaterials;Natural Product Chemistry; Medicinal Chemistry; Synthetic Biology;Molecular Biology in Plants and Microbes; Environmental DNA;Ecogenomics; Remote Sensing of Ecosystems, Earth Systems andNon-terrestrial Planets; Early Earth and Lunar Geology;Urban/Applied Geology; and Astrophysics.As a high-performing university with internationally recognisedstrong global connections, HKU offers a stimulating and supportiveintellectual environment as well as a highly competitiveremuneration and benefits package. Locally and in the region, thereare many research collaboration and funding opportunities.More information and application details are available at thecampaign website: Interested applicants should apply online and provide a coverletter, curriculum vitae, research statement, teaching statement, 2or 3 most significant research publications, and contactinformation for at least three references. Review of applicationsis ongoing and the search will continue until the positions arefilled.Advertised: Nov 6, 2020 (HK Time)Applications close:last_img read more

UE Professor Receives Award from Dreyfus Foundation

first_imgSome of the funds from the award granted to Professor Miller will be used to bring a leading researcher to the University of Evansville campus to give at least two lectures in the chemical sciences.One lecture will be designed to be accessible to a wide audience. The other lectures may be more technical in nature. The lecturer will spend a few days at UE and interact with students and a broad range of faculty.Another portion of the award will be used to support two UE undergraduates in summer research as they work with mentors in contemporary chemistry.Nominations for the Jean Dreyfus Boissevain Lectureship award are reviewed by distinguished faculty in the chemical sciences. Applications are accepted from departments in the chemical sciences at primarily undergraduate institutions in the states, districts, and territories of the United States of America.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Mouthing Off

first_img“Most of the [barista] training in this country seems to start Before Christ – we always seem to jump into the sun-dried tomatoes of the subject and miss the journey. Learn to make three drinks and clean the machine. When you can do that, then you can learn how the bloody thing was picked and roasted and packaged and all the other bits of it”- the Jack Dee of the coffee world, Marco Arrigo, sales director at Euro Food Brands/Illy, injects proceedings at the Allegra Strategies Coffee Leaders Summit with his brand of dour amusement by lambasting over-the-top barista trainers who will teach you the Latin names of plants, but not how to make a coffeelast_img

Press release: Military grade underwater cameras working to end illegal fishing for eels in the Fens

first_img Using boat mounted sonar equipment we can travel up to 10km per day, checking every inch of channel for illegal and submerged equipment. This is our greatest weapon in halting the illegal exploitation of eels and gives us a chance to completely rid waters of illegal instruments. The Environment Agency leads on the enforcement of permits for migratory species like eels, smelt and lamprey. Regular auditing of these fisheries is essential to ensure protection of these iconic and in the case of eel – a critically endangered species; but also to ensure that the activity is regulated and sustainable.With the eel stock in decline and exploitation of the stock being currently unsustainable, the EA work to protect their habitat, improve access for them further upstream and regulate other activities that might impact on each life stage of the species.In the East the fens provide excellent habitat for mature eels. Adult “silver” eels will return to the Sargasso Sea as their final life stage to spawn and much of the enforcement work protects this phase.Anyone fishing for eels should be permitted, be fishing within the conditions of the licence, and nets must include visible and valid tags, as well as being equipped with otter guards too.Any suspected illegal fishing activity should be reported to the Environment Agency’s Incident Hotline on 0800 80 70 60.Anyone wishing to fish for migratory species including eels should visit Permission to trap crayfish, eels, elvers, salmon and sea trout.All anglers need a valid Environment Agency rod licence which can be bought using a credit or debit card by calling the Environment Agency’s telesales line on 0344 800 5386. Alternatively, they can be obtained from any Post Office or visit: Buy a rod fishing licence Fisheries enforcement staff at the Environment Agency have been using innovative underwater sonar technology to help protect an endangered species.The sonar equipment is used to assess fish populations, especially where it’s hard to use classic methods like netting and electric fishing.It is also being used to regulate areas of illegal fishing, including poaching, netting and trapping, as part of the fisheries enforcement work, funded by rod licence money.A recent audit of a river near King’s Lynn resulted in a record illegal eel net seizure; 16 nets in total, capable of significantly impacting an emigrating eel population. The nets were removed, enabling hundreds of eels to be released, and Norfolk police is investigating the case.Kye Jerrom, Environment Agency fisheries specialist in East Anglia, said:last_img read more

Statutory guidance: Child death review: statutory and operational guidance (England)

first_img improve the experience of bereaved families, and professionals involved in caring for children ensure that information from the child death review process is systematically captured in every case to enable learning to prevent future deaths NHS England has published guidance for the bereaved, When a child dies: a guide for parents and carers, setting out the steps that follow the death of a child.The collation and sharing of the learning from reviews is managed by the National Child Mortality Database through the use of standardised forms. This guidance sets out the full process that follows the death of a child who is normally resident in England. It builds on the statutory requirements set out in Working together to safeguard children and clarifies how individual professionals and organisations across all sectors involved in the child death review should contribute to reviews.The guidance sets out the process in order to:last_img read more

Photos! Motown Legend Berry Gordy Rocks Out at Beautiful

first_img Jessie Mueller View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 27, 2019 Star Files Related Shows Beautiful: The Carole King Musical The sweet sounds of Motown were in the air at Brodway’s Beautiful: The Carole King Musical on November 20, 2014! Legendary Motown record label founder and producer Berry Gordy stopped by the Stephen Sondheim Theatre to catch a performance of the hit musical featuring the songs of another music legend, Carole King! Check out this snapshot of Gordy hanging out with Jessie Mueller and the cast, then see Beautiful on Broadway.last_img