Tuesday, 22 April 2014

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It is the exclusive seaside enclave where the well-known rub shoulders with the well-heeled.
But the millionaire residents of Sandbanks are having their tranquil existence ruined by some unwelcome visitors.
The area has become an unlikely magnet for raucous stag and hen groups. naked butlers glasgow
The exclusive Sandbanks area near Bournmeouth, Dorset is being plagued by hen and stag parties renting out houses on quiet residential streets
The exclusive Sandbanks area near Bournmeouth, Dorset is being plagued by hen and stag parties renting out houses on quiet residential streets
Multi-million pound properties in Sandbanks - the fourth most expensive area in the world - are being rented out to groups of up to 50 people for £1,000-a-night.
The problem has also spread to neighbouring Canford Cliffs and Branksome Park.
 
The groups are often bussed into the pubs and clubs of Bournemouth nearby, but return to the house parties in otherwise quiet residential streets late at night and cause havoc.
Conservative MP Robert Syms said the growing trend was making large sums for the owners of the homes but make life a misery for people living nearby.

'If you are a hen party you can rent a naked butler which is a concern when they are serving drinks on a hot afternoon in the garden'

Tory MP Robert Syms
In a debate in Parliament he read out a letter from a resident who claimed to have seen ‘prostitutes being delivered well into the night… loud bass music, taxis coming and going…’
Housemates have been seen playing football in gardens at 3am, throwing bottles over fences and climbing trees outside neighbouring properties, Mr Syms said.
‘We have to do something about this because it is making people’s lives a misery. People are fearful of a Friday afternoon. They pray for rain because people stay inside.
‘If you are a hen party you can rent a naked butler which is a concern when they are serving drinks on a hot afternoon in the garden.’
Burton Manor House in Poole sleeps 21 people in four bedrooms and is available to rent for up to £990-a-night
Burton Manor House in Poole sleeps 21 people in four bedrooms and is available to rent for up to £990-a-night
Ministers said councils and the police now have powers to close down a house they think will cause a disturbance
Ministers said councils and the police now have powers to close down a house they think will cause a disturbance
Ministers said councils and the police now have powers to close down party houses, like these in Poole, if they think will cause a disturbance
He said a father had returned home with his child to find ‘blow up dolls bought from a sex shop all the way around the veranda’. Naked butlers Edinburgh
‘Most of it is high spirits. Most of it is youngsters wanting to have some fun. In a residential area this is inappropriate.
‘This is a real problem for my constituents. This is ruining people’s lives. It is changing the nature of the area.
Tory MP Robert Syms said he feared angry residents would take the law into their own hands
Tory MP Robert Syms said he feared angry residents would take the law into their own hands
‘I have heard stories of elderly people being barricaded into their homes because of the noise.’
One couple has bought a caravan which they go to stay in ‘to get a good night’s sleep’, Mr Syms added.
‘I fear that the anger of my constituents means they will take the law into their own hands. It is running people down and they are very angry indeed.’
The millionaires' playground of Sandbanks is only half a square mile of golden sand but is home to some of the most expensive properties in the country.
A modest bungalow sold for £1.5million, but when it was demolished and the plot put back on the market with planning permission it went for £3million.
QPR Harry Redknapp and ex-players Graeme Souness and Jamie Redknapp are among those who have bought homes there.
Furious residents insist the problem of house parties is not confined to Bournemouth and has spread from other cities including Bath and Brighton.
Jen Cameron told LBC radio: ‘People have responsible, stressful jobs and they want to use their home as a retreat.
‘It's not that we're offended by it, we all have celebrations, but if I can just give you some outline of the things that a lot of us are suffering: We've got screaming and shouting, kicking things over, emptying of hundreds of glass bottles into the recycling bin at goodness-knows-what-time, we've got drunk residents lighting barbecues against fences at 1.30 in the morning – and that might be a Tuesday.
‘We're having to get up for work. We're all working very hard like most of the country are at the moment. It's caused absolute misery for so many people.

'You get blown up phallic-shaped toys tied to railings outside which obviously isn't appropriate for a residential area'

Resident Jen Cameron
‘In fact, there is a previous resident who's been nearly suicidal with it. It's not that any of us object to hen and stag parties per se, but it's about inappropriate use of residential areas that are otherwise tranquil.’
Jen Cameron, 35, and husband Stephen, a 54 year old IT consultant, live next door to a large, modern detached house in Elmsted Road in Canford Cliffs.
Mrs Cameron said: 'We have seen naked butlers serving drinks to groups of women in the garden as well as strippers for the male groups.Glasgow
'You get blown up phallic-shaped toys tied to railings outside which obviously isn't appropriate for a residential area.
'I have seen people sat on the veranda using a funnel to pour vodka down their throats and we have had barbecues started at 1.30am.'
Houses which can sleep up to 40 or 50 people are being rented out for more than £1,000-a-night, causing misery for people living nearby, Parliament was told
Houses which can sleep up to 40 or 50 people are being rented out for more than £1,000-a-night, causing misery for people living nearby, Parliament was told
John Sprackling, the chairman of the Sandbanks and Branksome Park Residents Association, said: 'For the neighbours of these party houses the problem is very bad. 
People are moving out of their homes at weekends just to avoid the noise, either that or they have taken to bunkering down in their homes.
'The culmination was a house in Elmsted Road in Canford Cliffs where Stella Artois bottles were thrown over a hedge and smashed the patio doors of the woman next door.

'People are moving out of their homes at weekends just to avoid the noise, either that or they have taken to bunkering down in their homes'

John Sprackling, residents association 
'The parties normally start at 3am when the groups have come back from the clubs in Bournemouth but by that time the council environmental health staff have gone home.'
In the debate the Home Office minister Norman Baker said the problem was a ‘relatively new phenomenon’ which can affect communities ‘in quite profound ways’.Edinburgh
‘It is clear that the current system is fragmented, complex and inadequate.’
But under changes to anti-social behaviour laws councils and the police are to get new powers to close down properties if they have ‘reason to believe the use of a premises has caused a nuisance to the public, or could do’.
Deluxe Holiday Homes is responsible for renting out several of the party houses. Michelle King, a spokeswoman for the company, said: 'We deeply regret any inconvenience that may have been caused to residents in the Canford Cliffs area.
'We have consistently sought to prevent this by only renting to mature groups. We welcome hearing about any problems.'

Wednesday, 5 June 2013

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Let the battle begin: Sharon Osbourne joins fellow X Factor judges Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow and Nicole Scherzinger for first day back on the job 


Ready for action: Sharon made sure her return to the show went off with a bang arriving with two topless men in kilts



She's been gone from the panel for a few years but on Tuesday Sharon Osbourne reported for duty once again as a judge on the X Factor. 
The 60-year-old star has posed up for pictures alongside fellow judges Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow and Nicole Scherzinger and it seems that Sharon is settling back in well. 
The TV personality cuddled up to her old pal Louis and smirked in the snaps, suggesting she plans to bring her previous years of experience to the role. 
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Let the battle begin: Sharon Osbourne takes her place alongside fellow X Factor judges Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow and Nicole Scherzinger
Let the battle begin: Sharon Osbourne takes her place alongside fellow X Factor judges Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow and Nicole Scherzinger
On Tuesday, at the first day of auditions for the new series, Sharon revealed that she sees herself as the 'nan' of the panel.
She arrived at her first audition for six years in flamboyant style, flanked by bare-chested hunks wearing kilts as she made her way into the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel.
Her fellow panellists praised her comeback and said it would change the dynamic of the series for the better.
Osbourne was one of the original judges on the show, serving until 2007, and has been drafted back in to replace Tulisa Contostavlos.
Back in the fold: The 60-year-old seemed thrilled to be back on the panel and posed next to her old friend Louis Walsh
Back in the fold: The 60-year-old seemed thrilled to be back on the panel and posed next to her old friend Louis Walsh
Ready to find new talent: Sharon beamed as she sat behind the panel desk on Tuesday in Glasgow
Ready to find new talent: Sharon beamed as she sat behind the panel desk on Tuesday in Glasgow
As she attended the audition yesterday, she said of her return: 'It’s overwhelming. Honestly, it is. It feels natural, it feels like I should be here. I’ve missed you guys.'
And asked whether she had ever envisaged a further stint on the show, she scoffed: 'No, don’t be ridiculous.'
Osbourne said personality and 'likeability' were as important as vocal talent.
'It’s not just about the voice. You can have the best voice in the world and the oldest saying is "they’ve got the perfect face for radio". You’ve got to have the personality, the likeability,' she said.
'My thing is: "what makes you different from every other guy? We’ve seen 50 of you today so what makes you different from the other 50?" The actual answer that you usually get is "this means everything to me".'

Ready for action: Sharon made sure her return to the show went off with a bang arriving with two topless men in kilts  
Long day but still smiling: Sharon emerged from the first day of auditions beaming
Long day but still smiling: Sharon emerged from the first day of auditions beaming
Her new colleague Gary Barlow said he was looking forward to seeing Osbourne in action.
'It’s very interesting this time because there’s two artists and two managers. That is a great panel right there because managers see different things than artists see.'
'I always think when I’m looking at someone I’m comparing them to what I am and what I do, managers don’t. They have a bigger overview. I’m very interested to see all of the experience Sharon has.'
Welcome back: Gary said he is looking forward to seeing Sharon in action, while Louis is glad to see the return of his old colleague and friend
Welcome back: Gary said he is looking forward to seeing Sharon in action, while Louis is glad to see the return of his old colleague and friend
Welcome back: Gary said he is looking forward to seeing Sharon in action, while Louis is glad to see the return of his old colleague and friend
Fellow judge Louis Walsh said he was pleased to be teaming up with Osbourne once more, adding: 'Sharon brings the madness out in everybody, she’s going to bring the madness out in Gary as well.'
He predicted there would be conflict 'in a good way'.
'We’re all looking for different things. It’s not all about the voice,' he said.


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Sunday, 10 February 2013

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Erbil and Ankara to sign a strategic agreement


Turkey's Energy Minister Taner Yildiz and Kurdish Natural Resources Minister Dr. Ashti Hawrami speak during the "Kurdistan Region's Road to Development Conference in Erbil, May 21, 2012. GLOBE PHOTO/Safin Hamid

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Kurdistan is safe, which has prompted international investors, and the KRG has been very keen on encouragingnew businesses to start-up.
The Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has tried to persuade the American oil giant Exxon Mobil to withdraw from Kurdistan and resume its investment in the West Qurna 1 field, which is under the control of Baghdad. Exxon's CEO Rex Tillerson met the Iraqi Prime Minister in January, but has not made any promises, and met with Kurdistan Region's President Massoud Barzani in Zurich, Switzerland the next day, where he reiterated his company's commitment to its contracts with the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG). In a report published by Reuters on the development of Kurdistan Region in the oil and gas industry, Exxon Mobil lawyers and top executives have been examining their decision which could change the balance of power in Iraq if they pull out of Qurna 1 oil filed in Southern Iraq.

Exxon Mobil's entry into Kurdistan Region's oil sector has had an significant impact on the development of this region. It consequently encouraged several other oil giants to sign agreements with KRG for exploring oil, including French giant Total, Russian giant Gazprom and American giant Chevron.

Safety and Stability in Kurdistan

Kurdistan Region is safe, which has prompted international investors, and the KRG has been very keen on encouraging new businesses to start-up. This is in contrast to Southern areas of Iraq, where there is no security or safety for workers. Unfortunately the Iraqi government has not played a positive role in attracting international oil companies to help develop the poor economic infrastructure of this war torn country. Consequently, oil giants have been more keen to sign contracts with Kurdistan Region, as opposed to central and Southern parts of Iraq.

Oil autonomy

During the last few years, Kurdistan Region has been relatively autonomous in the energy industry, Reuters reports. This autonomy and development in Kurdistan has even pushed Exxon Mobil to sacrifice its contracts in the south for the sake of having consistent and fast development with a promising energy industry in the region. An energy expert argues that signing an agreement with Exxon Mobil was a big step towards developing Kurdistan region, and since the agreement this region has changed dramatically. According to the report by Reuters, Kurdistan Region is very rich in oil and gas resources. This has attracted many international energy companies, with many other companies eyeing the region for future investments. The question now has become, how Kurdistan can export its oil rather than whether it has the ability to produce oil.

Kurdistan will not wait for Baghdad

Until recently Kurdistan's oil was exported via a pipeline that is controlled by the central government. However, this line of export was put on hold last month due to Baghdad's refusal to pay oil companies' fees. Reuters reports that KRG authorities will not wait for Baghdad any more, and as a result they have started to export crude oil to Turkey and get refined fuel products in return. Although the volume of exports is small but as per Reuters it is an indication for reaching greater goals in the future, and according to an energy expert "Kurdistan has reached a point in oil and gas sector, where it would not return back and the KRG would no longer support a centralized oil and gas policy".

Erbil-Ankara Relations

Erbil-Baghdad ties have almost reached a deadlock since last year, while KRG has strengthened its ties with neighboring Turkey over the months. A diplomat who is aware about the talks between Erbil and Ankara has said that the two parties are about to sign a very large agreement covering all major energy aspects. The agreement is expected to cover all aspects of exploring and producing Kurdistan's oil by Turkish companies, marketing and exploring the Region's oil and gas to Turkey. In the future this could lead Kurdistan to world markets through Turkey. However, in the present Kurdistan Region will no longer be dependent on Baghdad for oil exports. Consequently Turkey would not depend on Iranian or Russian oil and gas either.

Revenue independency

Reuters report argues that exploring oil is a great success for the Kurds since the region would receive the revenues of its oil exports directly and it would no longer depend on its 17% share in the Iraqi budget as the only source of revenue for the region. Robin Miles, an exports at the Manarco consultancy company states that, "Assume that Kurdistan exports 1 million barrels of oil per day; the revenue of this export would be much more larger than the budget shares it currently gets from the central government".

Relations get balanced

Commenting on the ties between Kurdistan and Turkey, a senior KRG official says that Turkey has a significant impact on the economic development in Kurdistan. The KRG official argues that "When we start exporting oil and gas, everything would change, and our relations would reach a complete balance". Reuters also says that the Turkish government is eagerly working towards improving ties between Ankara and Erbil. Selahattin Cimen, Deputy Energy Minister of Turkey says "cooperation between the KRG and the Turkish government for exporting oil to world markets would strengthen the relations that already exist between us."