London's Russian elite are calling in extra security, reports top-end agent


British sanctions against Russia in the wake of the Salisbury nerve agent incident have so far fallen short of attacking private property or business interests - but escalating Anglo-Russian tensions are "not helpful for the London ultra-prime property market", says top-end property agent Becky Fatemi. She reports that some high net worth Russian Londoners are already looking to boost home security measures - including installing a nuclear-bunker-style air filtration system in a One Hyde Park apartment.

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Becky Fatemi

Managing Director at Rokstone

Becky Fatemi has over 15 years’ experience in the London property market and is one of a small number of high-flying females in the real estate sector to reach director level and own a successful property company.

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