I have a wider concern, which is that we run the risk of assuming recovery is here to stay
What the Bank of England has recognised is that the much bigger issue threatening maintained economic momentum
Since the east-west London rail project Crossrail got the go-ahead in 2008, house prices around its 37 stations have increased by an extra 20%, a new report by CBRE has found.
Sir, I agree with deputy mayor Richard Blakeway’s view that new types of housing will come to market in the years to come, including the expansion of intermediate stock and rented accommodation, which will help to retain residents of all income ranges in the capital (Tale of two Londons, 15.11.13, right).
If our professionals are being neutered by regulation and their own insecurity, the property services industry will become irrelevant
As the country pulls itself out of recession, the pressure is mounting on corporate companies to prove their worth to the wider populace. Felicity Francis investigates how the real estate industry is reporting its impact on and contribution to British society
For a good 10 years before the downturn we at Structadene bought property feverishly and then, all of a sudden, slammed on the brakes
This week the mayor set out his Homes for London strategy with the aim of turbo-charging housebuilding in the capital. Sarah Townsend and Rhiannon Bury assess his chances
How much has changed in a year. In the final weeks of 2012, average house prices across the UK were flat or slowly falling, with the notable exception of central London.
It is down to landlords such as us to provide the right mix and the “theatre” in which these retailers can operate