Rightmove recorded just 3% more property searches in London than in Cornwall through 2021, compared to a gap of 24% in 2020, and 49% in 2019.
“We’re going to have to keep assessing whether we can, as a whole, as a country, afford to protect different parts of the landscape,” says EA chief Emma Howard Boyd – suggesting the some communities will beed to relocate to “better places” with lower flood risks.
Bournemouth, Southampton and Brighton have been the most popular coastal locations for house hunters in 2021, according to Rightmove, while one Cornish enclave has seen average asking prices surge by 20% in 12 months.
The proportion of homes and properties at risk of flooding in Kensington & Chelsea is likely to rise from 4% now to 13% within our lifetimes, warns a new report.
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“Chesil Cliff House will be the most significant coastal property to come to the open market in the West Country for many years,” says Knight Frank, which will be marketing the extraordinary contemporary home with a £10 million guide price.
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“It’s like being on a movie set,” reports St Ives estate agent.
Salcombe tops this year’s list, with an average property price of over £950k. The average house price in a British seaside town has jumped by 10% over the past 12 months…
UK coastal flooding has been regarded as the second-highest risk of civil emergency after pandemic influenza, with an estimated £150 billion of assets at risk. What does this mean for property owners, ask Ian Paton, Head of Oxford PBC, and Ed Yeates, Project Engineer at Cluttons .
Ramsgate, Broadstairs and Margate are the best seaside locations for Londoners looking to move to the coast, according to some new research…