Running out of the gates: On the rush to the country & the hollowing out of a great city

“One would have thought the very city itself was running out of the gates”, wrote Daniel Defoe of London in 1665. The Treasure Island author’s vivid descriptions of a plague nearly half a millennium ago could well be applied to the property market in 2020, say Charlie Ellingworth and the Property Vision team…

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