Heatmapped: Resurgent PCL catching up with the rest of the capital
Latest analysis by LCP and Bricks & Logic shows effect of overseas demand beginning to return to London; is a narrowing of the price gap between apartments and houses around the corner?
After a period in the doldrums, prices across Greater London are now rising at their fastest rate since June 2016, reports Acadata
22% of the acquisitions carried out by LCP so far this year have been ‘blind’ purchases by overseas investors, driven by ‘bottom of market pricing’.
Buyer demand in the £2m market is currently highest in Barnes, Clapham & Chiswick and lowest in Marylebone, Mayfair & Fitzrovia, according to new analysis...
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22 Park Street is currently set up as offices, but proposals are in play to return the red-brick townhouse in the heart of Mayfair village to private residential use.
The developers behind some of London's biggest projects have been bringing forward phases to meet demand.
Daniella Perez Herrera has been managing marketing & comms for the luxury design practice for the last five years.
Top-end British car marque Aston Martin has steered further towards the branded residential property sector, designing a private luxury home in Tokyo.
Global real estate brokerage is building an impressive roster of instructions in the capital, after temporarily exiting the UK market in 2019.
Residents at the newly-converted No.1 St James's will be able to call on a personal wine concierge, and drink in the views of St James's Palace...
Three architecture teams have been appointed to accelerate the delivery of the first phase of the ambitious Earls Court regeneration project: Sheppard Robson with Serie Architects and dRMM; Haworth Tompkins …
New Foster + Partners-designed scheme in Dubai will be ‘one of the most sought-after residences in the world’
Delivering ten full-floor units measuring up to 18,300 sq ft, The Palm Flower will be a 'global benchmark for refinement, privacy and exclusivity in luxury living', says developer.
London, New York & Dubai lead the way for HNWI home-buying intentions, reports Knight Frank.
'Buyers are feeling overwhelmed by news reports and headlines, which are often not fully reflective of the experience many of them are having on the ground,' says Jo Eccles of Eccord.
Marek Wojciechowski of MWA 'reimagined the traditional family home' with this renovation project in prime north London - which is now for sale.
Catch up on all the latest movements and commentary in less than five minutes, featuring data and analysis from Savills, Zoopla, the BoE, Knight Frank, LCP & more...
Guided at £11mn, the Grade I listed Great Tangley Manor in Surrey comes with a thousand years of history.