Residential property is not the only thing in short supply in prime central London – the funding needed to develop new stock is equally hard to get hold of, says James Dakin...
Ed Miliband has been getting even more animated than normal over the capital's so-called 'ghost homes', accusing many boroughs of “shrugging their shoulders" by not imposing the Empty Homes Premium. If hi
Northacre has followed up contract wins on Thurloe Square and Palace Street by bagging a new project on leafy Vicarage Gate in W8.
A breakdown of local prime London markets over the last 14 years by John D Wood has yielded some fascinating graphs that put some peaky performances into perspective
There's been a 'resurgence of domestic activity' in prime central London, says CBRE, as homegrown buyers accounted for 55% of sales in the area in 2013.
Which areas of prime central London are top acquisition firms tipping for long term growth potential? Here's The Buying Solution's three current faves... 1. Vict
Chiming nicely with the release of the Candy GPS Report, Knight Frank's latest Prime Global Cities Index shows that many 'safe havens' are seeing the pace of price growth slow, while more emerging luxury …
Prices in prime central London have now risen for 42 months in a row (by o.8% in March), says Knight Frank in its latest market update, with the annual increase remaining steady at +7.
Capco has revealed it has already shifted 204 of the 237 flats in Phase One of its new Lillie Square scheme, with some buyers coughing up well over £1,800 psf for the 'standard' units.
A 43% increase in Chelsea, but a 6% drop in South Ken? As Lonres releases its Spring Review, the research team explains what's really going on with those supply levels in central London... It
'Real estate is increasingly becoming a mainstream asset class for investors' says Candy & Candy in its latest GPS Report, which identifies 12 cities around the world which have the potential to deliver…
Penthouse D in Candy & Candy's One Hyde Park development has just been snapped up for a rumoured £140m