The government is backing the development of new rooftop homes in London and across the UK. This presents new opportunities for developers and will alleviate the capital’s existing housing shortage.
With the average London tenant getting younger and spending more income on rent, micro-apartments are becoming an attractive alternative for both developers and buyers. People renting a home in
With demand for mixed development sites set to rise in UK cities, this could be the rescue remedy for the struggling retail sector. Retail spending has fallen back to the
Central London office take-up in 2018 has been 14% higher than the long term average and at its highest level since 2014, reaching 14.61 million sqft over the whole year.
The current digitalization trend among consumers is spurring buyers, sellers, renters, landlords and agents to update their offerings and processes, by offering seamless, responsive services and products, Tiger Bridging
With positive figures observed in construction output, as well as promising residential trends in regional cities, Brexit seems to have had a minor impact since the Referendum in June
There is significant excess demand for residential property in London, specifically in the affordable sector. Despite weak and falling house price growth in the capital, developers are turning from the
The ongoing shift in the letting market following recent regulatory and taxation changes will result in more professionalism in the sector. Amateur landlords are being squeezed out of the
There has been a contradiction observed in the property market; while real wages have been increasing, property prices have continued to descend. This is a clear signal of uncertainty in
With many luxury apartments in the capital’s residential towers left unsold after development, lower prices and options to buy in bulk present an interesting investment opportunity, especially when considering