HNW insurance specialist Dominic Cunningham explains why carrying out refurbishment and extension projects in Prime Central London can be a risky business, and what developers can do to safeguard themselves…
In Prime Central London
Covid has given agencies the perfect excuse to reduce the footprint of their office networks, says our PCL insider, but what is left of a brand when all the good people have gone?
Hugo James joins Sacha Moussaieff’s firm after seven years in charge of Strutts’ South Ken lettings team.
Grade I listed stonker dates back to the reign of Queen Anne and measures c.7,500 square feet.
Harry Helsby (son of former Savills boss Jeremy) and Alexis Stellakis are setting out to ‘revolutionise’ London’s traditional market model with their ‘all in-house solution’.
The design studio has been working on some of PCL’s most high-profile developments in recent months, including Lodha’s No. 1, Grosvenor Square, Qatari Diar’s Chelsea Barracks – and delivering ultra-prime private client projects in Holland Park and Knightsbridge…
Pair of vast duplexes at the landmark former office block measure nearly 4,500 square feet apiece.
‘Substantial’ specimen on one of Chelsea’s top turnings was asking just over £3,000 psf.
‘One of the most significant domestic projects of recent times’ was completed in 2004.
“This does not feel like a re-run of 2008/09 for the UK property market,” says Knight Frank, as it forecasts minimal property price drops against a complex economic backdrop.
Grade II listed semi on Blomfield Road was reportedly bought by Noel Gallagher in 2010 for £8m.
Wetherell reports resurgence in demand for properties with their own access.