Place charts – Carfin http://carfin.org.uk/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 11:29:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.2 https://carfin.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/icon-41-150x150.png Place charts – Carfin http://carfin.org.uk/ 32 32 North West Square | The subplot https://carfin.org.uk/north-west-square-the-subplot/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 09:00:00 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/north-west-square-the-subplot/ The temptation to try to replicate the success of entrepreneur-developer Renaker, whose Deansgate Square skyscrapers dominate the Manchester skyline, is strong. Credit: Northwest Square welcome to The subplotyour regular slice of commentary on the Northwest business and real estate market Northwest Square analysis editor, David Thame. THIS WEEK The Big Bet: Entrepreneurs are flirting with […]]]>

The temptation to try to replicate the success of entrepreneur-developer Renaker, whose Deansgate Square skyscrapers dominate the Manchester skyline, is strong. Credit: Northwest Square

welcome to The subplotyour regular slice of commentary on the Northwest business and real estate market Northwest Square analysis editor, David Thame.

THIS WEEK

  • The Big Bet: Entrepreneurs are flirting with developers, but can North West companies manage the risk?
  • Elevator pitch: your weekly recap of what’s happening and what’s not

THE BIG BET

Can we build it? Yes we can

The entrepreneur-developer is back: today everyone wants to be Renaker. Yet this is a time of dangerous inflation. Will it all end in tears, as usual?

For entrepreneurs, the prospect of becoming a developer has many theoretical advantages. You’re cutting off a risky client relationship, you’re taking two profit slices instead of one, you’re controlling the workflows at a company known for its ups and downs, and since you have all those real estate contacts, why not use them ? Ambitious managers are naturally drawn to this type of diversification. After all, they feel like stars rather than supporting actors in the big show that is real estate development.

different worlds

The problem is that the outsourcing business is extremely prone to excess and financial collapse. Worse still, the skills of a good entrepreneur are almost the opposite of those of a good promoter. Those who succeed as entrepreneur-developers are either single, time-limited exceptions, like Renaker, or create largely self-sustaining businesses in which the horse drives the cart, not the other way around (big wave of smilies to Morgan Sindall and Muse Developments). History is littered with the corporate corpses of those who tried and failed.

Vertical integration

The idea seemed to have lost its appeal until the arrival of skyscraper specialist Renaker. Through incredible amounts of cunning, the courage to ride the build-to-rent wave, and a good clear head, Daren Whitaker has created an entrepreneur-developer to admire. Today, a growing list of aspiring entrepreneurs want a slice of the same pie. Last week, McAleer & Rushe decided to accelerate its transition from entrepreneur to entrepreneur-developer through its MRP development business. It got its start in Manchester buying the 20-36 High Street site from CEG where a 22-storey apartment scheme is planned. Others plan to follow the same path.

No problem

McAleer & Rushe suggest it’s no big deal. “This is not an unusual project for our development business, both in terms of program type and value,” a spokesperson said. Subplot. The business has a regional development in Britain with an end value of £1.5 billion and a development value of £300 million, including building to let, student accommodation and office space. Current starts include student accommodation in Warwick and £75million speculative office space in Leeds.

bad timing

Two problems arise. First of all, is it the right time to become a developer? If a good time was a time when entrepreneurs weren’t under increasing cost pressure, the answer is no. “The additional costs, up 5 to 15% depending on the product, make it difficult to assess our prices. The viability of the projects we are considering has diminished as construction costs rise, particularly in the residential sector,” says Adrian Rooney, operating on the front line as Managing Director of J Greenwood (Builders) in Chadderton. Rising consumer price inflation (see below) will not help either.

No more bad timing

The context is that the lavish support offered during the pandemic has kept many entrepreneurs afloat much longer than expected. The end of the job support/furlough scheme is now causing the number of contractor insolvencies/administrations to rise, a figure that has been steadily rising since September 2021 as the sector returns to failure levels of before the pandemic. The pre-Christmas harvest included Artisan H2 from Manchester, Create Construction and LOR Contracting, JMK Civil Engineering from Cheshire and many more.

Pause and reflect

The second problem is that of wisdom. Liverpool-based Vermont managing director Mark Connor has played on both sides of the entrepreneur-developer barrier, and he’s not sure that’s a good idea for everyone. There are overlaps and contractual know-how can mitigate development risks. But he is not enthusiastic. “Developers and entrepreneurs have completely different skill sets,” he said. Subplot. “I haven’t seen many successful examples of entrepreneurs transitioning to become successful entrepreneurs/developers and vice versa. Unfortunately, many contractors and even developers simply don’t have the infrastructure to handle these risks. »

it will get interesting

“In a buoyant market, I think we will continue to see contractors trying to develop programs and developers frantically trying to facilitate the delivery of their programs by taking on the contractor role and all the associated risks,” Connor says. “The split-sell model has exacerbated this problem with many developers trying to deliver complex projects. I’m not convinced these developers quite appreciate the infrastructure needed to deliver at this scale and it will be interesting to see what will happen in the next few years in terms of this trend.

Safety first

If Vermont’s Connor thinks the tokens are stacked against entrepreneurs-turned-developers, then bread-and-butter entrepreneurs in the region think that’s madness. Back in Chadderton, Rooney says his £15m family business has no desire to follow other entrepreneurs overboard. “I have already looked at the angle of the development but it seems overcrowded, land prices are too high, too many people are hunting from the UK and overseas, the uncertainties of planning, time and risk – it all adds up to a real distraction,” he says. Rooney suggests taking a second slice of profit is appealing, but only for a few minutes until common sense kicks in.

The appeal of the entrepreneur-developer model is not going away, but the list of successful examples is unlikely to grow.


The subplot elevator pitch 07.12.21SUMMARY IN SECONDS

Up or down? This week’s movers

Can you feel the g-force? The North West’s bespoke luxury home development scene can, as it soars right up to the penthouse. Inflation is also skyrocketing.

luxury homes

Fancy a £6million Alderley Edge house measuring 15,000 square feet (that’s ten times the size of a large house, twenty times the size of a small one)? Well, someone does, because it’s now nearing completion, one of the growing bespoke mega-homes in a booming area of ​​the Northwest.

“It’s incredibly stealthy,” says Max Henderson, owner of luxury construction company Noble Projects, of a niche market driven by wealthy buyers diverting vacation spending to their homes. Volumes are up, the size of projects too. “Our customers are more inclined to indulge themselves, and the drift towards wellness encourages them. Every customer wants a swimming pool, a sauna, a very large gym. They want everything they had in the vacation home in Spain.

Big is the word. Gyms aren’t cubbies with an elliptical, but generous spaces of up to 450 square feet (remember, the national standard for a studio is 398 square feet, and planners are looking at studios of just 270 square feet). The master suites measure up to 2,500 square feet, which would be one hell of a house on its own and probably rather bewildering. Henderson has eight live projects in the North West, with four more to come and the prospect of many more. Definitely an area to watch.

Hell in a handcart

How nice would it be to put a big down arrow next to the word “inflation”. Unfortunately, this is not possible. Yesterday’s official figures showed consumer price inflation of 5.4% over the 12 months to December 2021, down from 5.1% in November. This is no surprise to anyone except the Bank of England, which has consistently underestimated the trend, getting more and more massively wrong (as this graph shows). The UK has now reached its highest level in 30 years and inflation will not stop there: 7% seems likely, but who knows?

It’s fine if you have debt (and remember, the government has a lot of debt right now) and the net debtors will smile. The coverage capacity of the property is often greatly overestimated, but it is a coverage of sorts – so there is some comfort. But if you imagine that property can protect against the collapse of the economy, go read the history of the 1970s. This period was also dominated by an energy crisis and a cold war (Partygate erased the ongoing drama in Ukraine), and the shock was all the greater because it ended a long period of prosperity during which many had forgotten what inflation was doing.

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Northern Ireland town voted best place in UK to raise a family https://carfin.org.uk/northern-ireland-town-voted-best-place-in-uk-to-raise-a-family/ Wed, 19 Jan 2022 12:27:32 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/northern-ireland-town-voted-best-place-in-uk-to-raise-a-family/ Hoping to start a family but struggling to find the best place? No need to worry because you are definitely not alone. There are so many factors to consider and it can often feel overwhelming, especially for those looking to raise a baby for the very first time. But it turns out the best place […]]]>

Hoping to start a family but struggling to find the best place?

No need to worry because you are definitely not alone.

There are so many factors to consider and it can often feel overwhelming, especially for those looking to raise a baby for the very first time.

But it turns out the best place to raise a family is here in Northern Ireland. Because, according to the latest research, Armagh is the best place to raise a family in the UK.

It beat Wells in Somerset, Bangor in Wales, Westminster in London and Chichester in West Sussex – which also made it into the top five places to raise a family.

The research looked at the number of primary schools, the number of parks, and the number of hospitals in each area, as well as the average birth and crime rates in each location.

Of course, Armagh was the only town to achieve a family town score of 100 – well ahead of the next best score of 80.



Small towns dominated the family town chart, but Armagh secured the top spot for a number of reasons.

Armagh has the highest number of primary schools per capita, with 87 primary schools in total. This means that parents will have the choice between several schools to give their child the education he deserves.

The city also has the second largest number of hospitals for its population size. Although you will hopefully not visit them much, they are certainly still handy to have around the corner.



Heather in full bloom from Slieve Gullion, Ring of Gullion, South Armagh in Northern Ireland. A long extinct volcano, the mountain is surrounded by blowholes creating the landscape.

Armagh is also home to four parks, which is relatively large for the size of the city. These green spaces will allow you to walk around with your pram and help your children make friends, and even friends for yourself.

63 crimes per 1,000 people occur on average in Armagh. This may seem high, but it is still relatively low compared to other top places such as Westminster (184) and Chichester (95).

Armagh had a fairly low birth rate of 12 births per 1,000 population.

Keeping your children happy is key, but there are also many reasons why parents themselves can enjoy life in Armagh.

The city is steeped in Georgian architectural gems and is home to some of history’s enviable firsts – one of the many reasons it could become the UK’s next city of culture.

Read all about it.

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Beckville Junior High takes second place overall in UIL | News https://carfin.org.uk/beckville-junior-high-takes-second-place-overall-in-uil-news/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 20:51:00 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/beckville-junior-high-takes-second-place-overall-in-uil-news/ Beckville Junior High took second place overall in a recent UIL competition. The individual awards for sixth graders are: Everett Aaron, Chess—first place Social Studies—first place Kaylee Allen, Art — first place, Maps Graphs & Charts — second place Lexie Benson, spelling — third place Macy Bynum, Spelling — sixth place Ireland Costello, listening — […]]]>

Beckville Junior High took second place overall in a recent UIL competition.

The individual awards for sixth graders are:

  • Everett Aaron, Chess—first place Social Studies—first place
  • Kaylee Allen, Art — first place, Maps Graphs & Charts — second place
  • Lexie Benson, spelling — third place
  • Macy Bynum, Spelling — sixth place
  • Ireland Costello, listening — fifth place
  • Isabella Godwin, oral reading — fifth place
  • Mattie Hart, Musical Memory — First Place
  • Elizabeth Johnson, oral reading — fourth place
  • Keilan Logan, listening — third place (T)
  • Emma Marshall, Number Sense—third place, Mathematics—sixth place
  • Kiptyn Morgan, Impromtu — fifth place
  • Jose Nunez, dictionary skills — fifth place
  • Tyler Smith, Impromptu — fourth place
  • Sawyer Wiggins, Chess—fourth place
  • Timothy Wilcots, Science—third place, Social Studies—third place
  • Lexi Williams, Science — fifth place

The team results for the sixth year are:

  • Team Calculator — third place (Brumley, Dorsey, Medina)
  • Chess team – second place (Aaron, Whitlow, Wiggins)
  • Dictionary Team — Third Place (Nunez, Perez, Dennard)
  • Listening team — second place (Logan, Castello, Kelley)
  • Team Maps, Graphs Charts — third place (Allen, Williams, Griffin)
  • Math Team — Fourth Place (Kelly, Marshall, Logan)
  • Number Sense Team – third place (Goolsby, Kelly, Marshall)
  • Scientific team — second place (Hart, Wilcots, Williams)
  • Social Studies Team – First Place (Owens, Wilcots, Aaron)
  • Spelling team – third place

Individual awards for seventh graders are:

  • Darby Banister, Art — fourth place
  • Sharon Barboza, oral reading — fourth place
  • Alyssa Blank, third place of art
  • Adyson Davis, Dictionary Skills—Fourth Place (T)
  • Reese Davis, Maps, Graphs & Charts — fifth place
  • Amori Jones, Music Memory — third place
  • Aiden King, Music Memory—fourth place
  • Noah King, Music Memory — first place, oral reading — fifth place
  • Shelby Manis, Ready Writing — first place
  • Major Morris, Social Studies — third place
  • Israel Phillips, listening — third place
  • Anna Seaman, First Place Art (T), Maps, Graphs & Charts — Second Place
  • Asa Shrontz, Music Memory — fifth place
  • Kylie Smith, Impromptu — fourth place
  • Maci Sutherland, Ready Writing — third place, Listening — fourth place, Editorial Writing — sixth place
  • Ayden Valverde, Number Sense—fourth place (T), Mathematics—sixth place (T)

The team results for the seventh year are:

  • Artistic team – first place (Seaman, Banister, Blank)
  • Dictionary Team — Second Place (Davis, Tuttle, Fannin)
  • Listening team — second place (Brown, Phillips, Sutherland)
  • Maps, Graphs & Charts team — second place (Seaman, Davis, Stephens)
  • Music Memory Team — first place (King, Jones, King, Shrontz)
  • Social Studies Team – Third Place (Morris, Gensmer, Smith)

The individual awards for eighth graders are:

  • Mateo Aguilar, Science—first place, Social Studies—first place
  • Destiny Bryan, listen — second place
  • Mady Dailey, Maps Graphs & Charts — sixth place
  • Emma Keeling, Art — third place
  • Jose Martinez, listens – third place (T)
  • Rebecca McDaniel, social studies—second place, spelling—fourth place
  • Anna Seaman, Editorial Writing — first place, Ready Writing — second place
  • Aidan Sokol, chess – second place
  • Mason Sullivan, Mathematics—first place, Science—second place, Social Studies—fifth place

The team results for the eighth year are:

  • Chess team – second place (T) (Sokol, Parks, Harris)
  • Dictionary Skills Team — Third Place (Martin, Hankins, Elliott)
  • Listening team — second place (Pelzl, Bryan, Martinez)
  • Math Team — Second Place (Mojica, Prince, Sullivan)
  • Scientific team — first place (Sullivan, Aguilar, Martinez)
  • Social Studies Team – First Place (Aguilar, McDaniel, Sullivan)
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Latest TRP Notes: Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai Retains 4th Place | Bhagya Lakshmi In, Pandya Store Out Of BARC Chart https://carfin.org.uk/latest-trp-notes-yeh-rishta-kya-kehlata-hai-retains-4th-place-bhagya-lakshmi-in-pandya-store-out-of-barc-chart/ Sun, 16 Jan 2022 02:15:00 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/latest-trp-notes-yeh-rishta-kya-kehlata-hai-retains-4th-place-bhagya-lakshmi-in-pandya-store-out-of-barc-chart/ News oi-Nagarathna A | Posted: Sunday January 16th 2022, 7:45 AM [IST] The latest TRP ratings for week 1 (January 1-January 7, 2022) are out. The top 8 shows retained their top spots. While Pandya shop has been replaced by Bhagya Lakshmi. There is no change among the top 7 shows. Take a look at […]]]>
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The latest TRP ratings for week 1 (January 1-January 7, 2022) are out. The top 8 shows retained their top spots. While

Pandya shop

has been replaced by

Bhagya Lakshmi
. There is no change among the top 7 shows. Take a look at the top 10 shows and top 7 channels.

Top 5 Shows

Top 5 Shows

Anupama
topped the TRP chart followed by

Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin

in second place,

Imlie

in third place,

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai

in fourth place and

Yeh Hai Chahatein

in fifth place. The shows got ratings of 4.2, 3.1, 2.9, 2.9 and 2.8 respectively.

Top 6 to 10 shows: Udaariyaan and Bhagya Lakshmi

Top 6 to 10 shows: Udaariyaan and Bhagya Lakshmi

In sixth place is

Udaariyaan

(2.5) followed by

Kumkum Bhagya

(2.5) in seventh place,

Kundali Bhagya

(2.3) in eighth place,

Bhagya Lakshmi

(2.2) in ninth place and

Saath Nibahana Saathiya 2

(2.1) in tenth place.

Bigg Boss 15 and the overview

Bigg Boss 15 and the overview

Salman Khan hosted a controversial reality show

Big Boss 15
The New Year’s Eve episode managed to get 1.0 ratings while the weekend episodes got 1.3 ratings. by Ranveer Singh

The big picture

managed to get marks of 0.8.

Popular Star Plus & Colors Shows

Popular Star Plus & Colors Shows

Star Plus’

Pandya shop
,

Vidrohi

and

Dance More 6

scored 0.6, 1.9 and 0.9.

Color television broadcasts

Thapki Pyar Ki
,

Choti Sarrdaarni
,

Mr Tum
,

Sasural Simar Ka 2

and

Balika Vadhou 2

managed to obtain scores of 0.9, 1.6, 1.5, 1.6 and 1.1.

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Other Popular Shows

Other Popular Shows

Sony televisions

The Kapil Sharma show

and

Bade Acche Lagte Hain 2

managed to score 1.8 and 0.6.

Sab TV

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah
, and

&TV Bhabiji Ghar By Hain

managed to achieve 2.0 and 0.3 TRP ratings respectively.

Top 7 Channels

Top 7 Channels

Star Plus, Colors TV and SAB TV are the three main channels. Other channels like Zee TV, Sony TV, Star Bharat and &TV managed to take fourth and seventh place respectively.

Article first published: Sunday, January 16, 2022, 7:45 a.m. [IST]

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Contract negotiations take time but everything is in place, proclaims Jurgen Klopp https://carfin.org.uk/contract-negotiations-take-time-but-everything-is-in-place-proclaims-jurgen-klopp/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 08:56:18 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/contract-negotiations-take-time-but-everything-is-in-place-proclaims-jurgen-klopp/ In light of Mohamed Salah’s latest comments, Jurgen Klopp admitted the club knew he wanted to stay but added that contract negotiations were taking time as there were a lot of people involved. The Egyptian has just eighteen months left on his current contract and has been linked with a departure. Mohamed Salah’s consistency and […]]]>

In light of Mohamed Salah’s latest comments, Jurgen Klopp admitted the club knew he wanted to stay but added that contract negotiations were taking time as there were a lot of people involved. The Egyptian has just eighteen months left on his current contract and has been linked with a departure.

Mohamed Salah’s consistency and prolific nature in front of goal since joining Liverpool has not only stunned fans and critics, but has seen the Egyptian become one of the best in the world. His form this season has put him in fine form with the striker scoring 16 Premier League goals in just twenty games. Not only that, he tops the assists charts with 11 and has scored a further seven goals in six Champions League appearances.

However, talk of the 29-year-old’s contract has been the talk of the town as Salah has just eighteen months left on his contract and has recently admitted the negotiations are out of his hands. He saw Jurgen Klopp reveal that Liverpool know Salah wants to stay at the club but he has admitted that contract negotiations take time even if things are moving forward. The German also added that he was positive about how things were going and the fans were far from nervous.

“Today is dangerous with these interviews. We know, I know, that Mo wants to stay. We want him to stay. This is where we are. These things take time, I can’t change them. Everything is in a good place,” Klopp said, ESPN reported.

“There are so many things in the negotiations. It’s also a third party, with the agent. It’s nothing to worry about, it’s a normal process. I’m positive about it. fans aren’t as nervous as you are. They know the club and I know the people who take care of things here. We can’t say anything about that.

There are questions about offering the 29-year-old a lucrative new contract, however, especially as Salah will have little to no sale value going forward. But Klopp believes the Egyptian can continue at this same level even in the later stages of his career, much like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

“Yes, I think so (when asked if Salah can produce the same level in the later stages of his career). It’s his character, his determination and that’s how he trains. His attitude at work is amazing, he’s first in and last out, doing the right things.

“He knows his body, he knows what to do, he listens to the experts here and tries to improve all the time. He works so hard for the situation he’s in right now and won’t ruin it by doing less. So yeah , I’m as confident as you can be,” he added.

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Belmont: Launch of housing lottery for Cyrus Place apartment units, 4697 3rd Avenue https://carfin.org.uk/belmont-launch-of-housing-lottery-for-cyrus-place-apartment-units-4697-3rd-avenue/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 22:46:14 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/belmont-launch-of-housing-lottery-for-cyrus-place-apartment-units-4697-3rd-avenue/ By SILE MOLONEY Cyrus Place, 4697 3rd Avenue in Belmont, Bronx. Image courtesy of NYC Housing Connect An affordable housing lottery has been launched for units in Cyrus Place Apartments, an eight-story mixed-use building at 4697 Third Avenue in the Belmont section of the Bronx, as reported by YIMBY. Designed by Curtis + Ginsberg Architects […]]]>

By SILE MOLONEY

Cyrus Place, 4697 3rd Avenue in Belmont, Bronx.
Image courtesy of NYC Housing Connect

An affordable housing lottery has been launched for units in Cyrus Place Apartments, an eight-story mixed-use building at 4697 Third Avenue in the Belmont section of the Bronx, as reported by YIMBY.

Designed by Curtis + Ginsberg Architects and developed by Bronx Pro Group, the structure offers 53 residential units and commercial space on the ground floor. Available on NYC Housing Connect, the online portal of the New York City Department of Housing, Preservation and Development, there are 44 units for residents at 30-80% of area median income (AMI) , whose qualifying income ranges from $16,560 to $118,400.

Residents will have access to an on-site concierge, elevator, residential patio, gym, bike storage, and communal on-site laundry facilities (additional charges apply). The accommodations are equipped with energy-efficient appliances and air conditioning.

At 30% of the AMI, there are four units with monthly rent ranging from $410 to $701, for incomes ranging from $16,560 to $44,400. At 40% AMI, there are six units with monthly rent ranging from $589 to $1,011, for incomes ranging from $22,698 to $59,200, and at 50% AMI there are has six units with monthly rent ranging from $768 to $1,322, for incomes ranging from $28,835 to $74,000.

Rendering of the indoor unit at Cyrus Place, 4697 3rd Avenue in Belmont, The Bronx.
Image courtesy of NYC Housing Connect

At 70% of AMI, there are 12 units with monthly rent ranging from $1,002 to $1,759, for incomes ranging from $36,858 to $103,600, and at 80% of AMI, there There are 16 units with monthly rent ranging from $1,163 to $2,037 for incomes ranging from $42,378 to $118,400.

Prospective tenants must meet income and household size requirements to apply for apartments. Applications must be postmarked or submitted online no later than March 16, 2022.

Cyrus Place Apartments is a newly constructed, 53-unit smoke-free apartment building located in the Bronx Community District 6 and is accessible by public transportation, including the B&D subway lines, as well as the Bx15, Bx17 , Bx41, Bus 60, 61 and 62.

This table helps residents understand the AMI income categories used by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development to determine eligibility for affordable housing, which vary by household size.
Source: New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development

Restaurants, shops, parks and playgrounds are within walking distance. Preference is given to residents of Bronx Community District 6. Tenants are responsible for electricity, including electric stove.

According to HPD and Bronx Pro Group, the building is financed through HPD’s New Construction Program (NCP), private bank loan, NYC HPD loan, NYSHCR 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) equity, Middle Income Housing Program funds (MIHP), a Community Investment Fund (CIF) loan, deferred developer fees, and project-based Section 8 bonds.

No deposit or processing fees apply. More information is available at http://www.bronxprogroup.com/projects-in-construction.

Editor’s note: Norwood News does not accept, process or refer any applications. Please refer to NYC Housing Connect for all application information.

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AE Studio Takes First Place in Benchmark Neural Latent Challenge https://carfin.org.uk/ae-studio-takes-first-place-in-benchmark-neural-latent-challenge/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 13:14:00 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/ae-studio-takes-first-place-in-benchmark-neural-latent-challenge/ VENICE, California, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – AE Studio, a team of developers, designers and data scientists, was recognized as the world’s best machine learning team in BCI (Brain Computer Interface) following its victory in the Benchmark challenge of neuronal latents. Among its participants were six of the best neurological research laboratories on […]]]>

VENICE, California, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – AE Studio, a team of developers, designers and data scientists, was recognized as the world’s best machine learning team in BCI (Brain Computer Interface) following its victory in the Benchmark challenge of neuronal latents. Among its participants were six of the best neurological research laboratories on the planet.

AE Studio develops the software component of BCI – machine learning algorithms to interpret brain activity (neural decoding). By collaborating with research groups to advance the state of the art (and participating in machine learning competitions), AE Studio amplifies the impact of the world’s best research labs and delivers better algorithms, better software and better standards.

“We believe that BCI will be the way humans and computers interact for years to come. Developing BCI technology to increase human agency has always been a goal since the inception of AE, and we are delighted that we are becoming exponentially better, faster than we could have imagined, ”said Judd Rosenblatt, CEO of AE Studio. “To support the excellent work of those who are pushing the boundaries of knowledge and the future of brain-computer interfaces, AE will reinvest money at all costs in the neuroscience community. We are in discussion with the NLB team and academic research groups, so look for another announcement soon! “

The competition featured five primary data sets on which the teams’ models were tested. Each model was deployed on neural data in different regions of a monkey’s brain from electrode arrays implanted in the motor cortex. More details available here:

  • MC_Maze: Reach delayed in a maze to make a path to a target
  • MC_RTT: Reach at your own pace, move an arm to a square in a grid
  • Zone2_Bump: Sensory responses as the monkey attempts to hit a target on a screen, while sometimes its arm is struck
  • DMFC_RSG: Monkeys trying to replicate a time interval between two stimuli with their hand or eye movements (in other words, imagine “Ready”, “Set”, “Go” while trying to match the time between ” Set ”and“ Go ”with the time between“ Ready ”and“ Set ”)
  • MC_Maze scaling: Smaller versions of the first dataset used to test model performance with limited amounts of data

AE’s data science team offers the world’s best models to extract neurological data models, as evidenced by victory in the Neural Latent Benchmark Challenge (NLB).

“BCI technology will one day allow humans to interact with computers in entirely new ways beyond keyboards and mice,” said Darin Erat Sleiter, Senior Data Scientist at AE Studio. “It’s a small step in an exponentially accelerating field that needs to have human agency at the center of every discussion and every step forward.”

AE (Agency Enterprise) is currently recruiting the best machine learning engineers and neuroscientists on planet Earth to maximize human agency. Advances in BCI mean advancements in improving mental health, fluency of transcription, restoring agency to the crippled, and most importantly, inspiration for future tech giants to place the human agency at the center of their objectives.

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Gold Analysis – Bearish Indicators in Place https://carfin.org.uk/gold-analysis-bearish-indicators-in-place/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 01:27:00 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/gold-analysis-bearish-indicators-in-place/ Gold has remained silent even after multiple announcements by the Fed on rate hikes. Gold prices will be on the alert this week during the testimony of Fed President Jerome Powell. XAUUSD closed the first week of 2022 with a loss of 1.76% from its December 2021 closing price at $ 1,830. Inflation hedge – […]]]>

Gold has remained silent even after multiple announcements by the Fed on rate hikes. Gold prices will be on the alert this week during the testimony of Fed President Jerome Powell.

XAUUSD closed the first week of 2022 with a loss of 1.76% from its December 2021 closing price at $ 1,830. Inflation hedge – Gold appears to have a weaker advantage over the strengthening US dollar. Gold investment volumes declined in the third quarter of 2021, while in the third quarter of 2020 the total gold linked to the investment was 495 t one year after that number fell to 235 t. Gold linked to the investment had dominant demand in the third quarter of 2020 and has been declining since then.

Despite an increase in gold purchases by global central banks in 2021, many CBs have separated from their purchases of precious metals to prevent deflation of their local currencies as the US dollar gained momentum at the end of 2021. Thus, Turkey had to sell 35.1 tons in 2021 to prevent the depreciation of the pound, in 2020, the Turkish BC bought 163.1 tons of gold. The largest gold purchases in 2021 according to World Gold Council data were made by Brazil 62.3 tonnes, Hungary 63 tonnes, India 73.8 tonnes, Japan 80.8 tonnes, Thailand 90 , 2 tons.

The biggest increase / decrease in BC in the third quarter of 2021 is as follows.

Based on this data, it is evident that these central banks are hedging against the rising US dollar index. Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Russia will be more vulnerable in recent days against the US dollar due to developments in Kazakhstan and these states will likely use their gold purchases to prevent their currencies from depreciating, following the Turkish CB.

First row from left to right – USD / INR, USD / KZT, USD / UZS

Second row from left to right – USD / BRL, USD / RUB, USD / TRY

While news of the rate hike in late 2020 and mid-2021 was characterized as a bullish signal for gold and bearish for the US dollar index, since mid-2021 markets have been relying more on the buyout by the FED of objectives, promises and forecasts. Although some forecasts are wavering, achieving one of the main targets is seen as bullish for the US dollar. Positive economic data during this week’s release and Mr. Powell’s positive outlook on the US economic recovery will ignite the DXY’s bullish momentum.

The XAUUSD daily chart projects a triangular pattern and signals the re-testing of the lower edge of the triangle, based on the pattern rule.

MACD and RSI are also signaling a continuation of the downtrend in XAUUSD through the end of this winter.

Moving averages on a daily XAUUSD chart also do not favor bulls in gold. MA200 and MA50 are both above the closing price of XAUUSD. Remarkably, the 200-day moving average is higher than the 50-day MA. This training in technical analysis is called “Cross of Death” and is always a bearish signal.

There is still dynamic support that may have kept gold from slipping below $ 1700, but the lack of momentum and pressure from the USD could force XAUUSD to break that support down to $ 1724 and $ 1680. below.

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Beach Resort Planning Market Size and Forecast https://carfin.org.uk/beach-resort-planning-market-size-and-forecast/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 05:22:59 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/beach-resort-planning-market-size-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States, – the Beach Resort Planning Market contains explicit information related to development rate, market estimates, drivers, restraints, future demand and sales during the forecast period. The Resort Planning Market is comprised of data collected from many primary and secondary sources. This information has been verified and validated by industry analysts, providing […]]]>

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International Place Design LLC (iPlace Design), MHBC. Smallwood, Forrec, M2Leisure, Ankenman Marchand Architects, VITA Planning and Landscape Architecture, Affiniti Architects, Arcmax Architect, Resort Concepts.

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YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
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HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
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Amboy News | Lady Clippers finishes third in Amboy Holiday tournament https://carfin.org.uk/amboy-news-lady-clippers-finishes-third-in-amboy-holiday-tournament/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 17:10:42 +0000 https://carfin.org.uk/amboy-news-lady-clippers-finishes-third-in-amboy-holiday-tournament/ AMBOY – The Amboy Lady Clippers won three of four games and finished third in the eight-team Amboy Holiday tournament which was held from December 27-30. The Lady Clippers started the tournament with a fierce 43-36 victory over Ottawa Marquette on December 27. Amboy struggled at times after being laid off for 16 days due […]]]>

AMBOY – The Amboy Lady Clippers won three of four games and finished third in the eight-team Amboy Holiday tournament which was held from December 27-30.

The Lady Clippers started the tournament with a fierce 43-36 victory over Ottawa Marquette on December 27.

Amboy struggled at times after being laid off for 16 days due to COVID issues at other schools. The Lady Clippers were led by senior Olivia Dinges, who made seven of 10 free throws in the fourth quarter and finished with 17 points, seven rebounds, five assists, four steals and two blocked shots. Elly Jones made his two free throw attempts in the fourth quarter and finished with 11 points, four rebounds, two assists and seven steals. Lexi Ketchum had four big shots, scoring eight crucial points and taking five rebounds. Courtney Ortgiesen lost six points and added nine rebounds, a record for the team. She also had five interceptions and three blocks. Maeve Larson rounded out the stats with one point and seven star fruit.

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Amboy won their second round match against Mendota, 47-16, on December 28. Amboy’s 11 players all spent time on the pitch and eight of them damaged the score column.

The Lady Clippers were again led by Dinges with 18 points, eight rebounds, three assists and three steals. Twelve of his points came on three points. Jones was next with nine points, four assists and four steals. Ortgiesen had 10 rebounds, a team-high, and had six runs and five blocked shots. Haidyn Zimmerly added three runs and two steals.

Three freshmen scored in the competition. Tyrah Vaessen scored five points and had two steals, Addison Pertell had three points and Emily Sachs scored a basket and grabbed two rebounds.

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In the last pool game on December 29, the Lady Clippers faced a strong side from Serena and lost a 33-23 decision.

Amboy lost eight points to Serena in November (47-39) and converted 45% of his field goal attempts and recorded just 10 turnovers that night. But the rematch in the tournament game was very physical and Amboy couldn’t match the shooting percentage or keep the turnovers to a minimum. The Lady Clippers connected on just 21% of their shots and only had three players on the scoreboard.

While Amboy kept Serena’s second-highest scorer at one point, her all-stater, Katie Baker, had 14 points to lead the win.

Larson paced the Lady Clippers with 12 points and she collected five rebounds. In addition, Jones had six points and two assists, Dinges had five points and led with seven boards, and Ortgiesen managed six carambolas.

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Amboy met Somonauk in the third place game on December 30 and came away with a 45-28 triumph.

Dinges dropped four three-pointers en route to a 19-point performance. She also led with 14 rebounds. Jones scored a big goal with 15 points while handing out three assists, followed by Larson with seven points. Ortgiesen and Ketchum each added a basket, while Ortgiesen grabbed seven rebounds and Zimmerly shot four boards.

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Serena won the tournament title. Two Amboy players – Dinges and Jones – were named to the tournament’s overall squad.

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