London Property News
A decade after the London 2012 Olympics, Stratford’s property market has put in a ‘gold medal performance’
JLL has had a look at what's happened to Stratford's property market in the ten years since the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The transformation of the old Chelsea Police Station by Gulf Islamic Investments is Marriott's first Autograph Collection Residence, creating 31 apartments managed by the luxury hotelier.
BPSDC unveils set of 18 ‘truly incomparable’ homes atop the Grade II* listed landmark, as £9bn scheme chalks up another milestone.
2022 is shaping up to be a vintage year for London’s super-prime market, with over £1bn worth of £10mn-plus properties traded since January; PrimeResi takes a look at some of the most significant and dow…
‘Incredible’ five-acre site is being sold off by the The American Institute for Foreign Study.
61 exchanges went through above the £10mn mark from January to the end of last month, the highest H1 total in over a decade.
Agents say Warwick Lodge is ‘one of the most important houses to come onto the market in the local area for some years’.
‘All the sales indicators show that the market is moving from what has been a frantic period to a more normal one’, says LonRes. Th
£35mn ‘collector’s item’ on Cadogan Square was one of the standout instructions of last year.
Clarity over the Prime Minister's departure provides some relief that a clearer more strategically sound future can be realised, says JLL's research chief Nick Whitten - even if we have a fallow period …
Some may argue that Richmond, Barnes and Chiswick are the pick of the SW London hotspots, but Wimbledon Village offers a lifestyle which, for many, is the perfect compromise, says Guy Meacock.
“Property’s reputation as an inflation-hedge gives it extra appeal, while the prospect of rising borrowing costs is injecting a degree of urgency into the market across all price points,” says Rory Penn …