Brexit Briefing: The Impact on Residential Development

The housing market remains undersupplied. We need to build around 300,000 new homes a year Summary Long-term demand: low levels of house building have resulted in a market that is fundamentally undersupplied. The housing crisis is a long-term structural issue which is not limited to population growth alone. Even with substantial falls in net migration, [...]

September 21st, 2016|News|Comments Off on Brexit Briefing: The Impact on Residential Development

Where to buy in London on a budget

Buying a shared-ownership home does not mean compromising on quality or location. Homes are available in posh postcodes as well as up-and-coming, grittier parts of inner London and suburban high streets; at fashionable riverside developments, in glamorous new skyscrapers, converted heritage buildings and smart housing estates in the commuter belt. Increasingly, city planners are demanding [...]

September 19th, 2016|News|Comments Off on Where to buy in London on a budget