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Net additions to London’s housing stock fell by 20% last year following a sharp fall in office-to-residential conversions, according to Knight Frank.
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Fourfront, Loop, Coriolis, ThirdWay and Oakley have agreed to pay £7m in fines after admitting their involvement in a cartel.
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COMMENT: “Friday’s good, but Monday’s better,” is a favourite saying of John Burns.
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Central London is still the world’s leading destination for commercial real estate investment, with £16.2bn invested last year, according to Knight Frank.
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Since the global financial crisis, Britain’s GDP has lagged perilously behind that of the other G7 economies. Despite working more hours than the US, Germany and France, Britain falls significantly short when compared with their productivity levels. Brexit aside, I believe this is our biggest issue as a country.
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Fundraising is down, but debt remains a ‘great place to hide out’
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COMMENT Making predictions is never easy; doing so in 2019 looks like a mug’s game. While you write your own punchline to that, I’ll have a go. My only advantage is that I’m doing so from the 18th floor of 22 Bishopsgate, EC2. The view of London is extensive, with sight of the issues that will affect real estate in 2019 nationally.
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New images of what the City of London cluster will look like in 2026 have been released by the City of London Corporation as consultations on two major plans for the area come close to finishing.
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UK investors have been tempted back to the London office investment market in 2018 during a relatively stable year for commercial property, despite Brexit uncertainty.
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A trio of senior figures at BNP Paribas Real Estate have left the business as part of a round of redundancies.
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Looking to the next decade of real estate financing, a number of factors are on the minds of lenders and borrowers including the rise in the volume of debt finance and the impact that technology may play.
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Shares in housebuilders fell dramatically this morning as Taylor Wimpey, Berkeley Group, Barratt Developments and Persimmon all saw loses of nearly 10% in morning trading as the UK was thrown into political turmoil over Brexit.
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Completed London office space hit its highest level since 2004 between April and September this year in a period which also saw new construction starts rise by almost a quarter on the previous six months.
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FUTURE OF LONDON “Foreign capital has never gone away. We just advised on the sale of 125 Old Broad Street, next to the Bank of England, for £385m to Singapore-listed City Developments.”
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You will be forgiven if during the process of reading this you have an overwhelming sense of déjà vu, as London office market activity between July and September showed some strikingly similar statistical patterns to last quarter’s figures.
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Almacantar has disinstructed the sales agents for its flats at its iconic luxury residential Centre Point development as the offers currently being made are “detached from reality”.
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No deals were recorded in the UK real estate market by mainland Chinese investors in the third quarter – the first time since Q2 2015.
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For any transaction to be successful, trust is vital. From marriage vows to rental agreements, employment contracts to doctor-patient confidentiality, trust is the foundation stone upon which we build our personal and professional relationships.
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Average property yields have fallen to their lowest point in more than a decade, according to Lambert Smith Hampton’s Q2 UK Investment Transactions report.
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Prime London residential prices fell by 3% in Q1 2018 while the average discount to asking price was 12.1%, according to new research from Coutts.
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