By James Crawford, FPDSavills, James Crawford, FPDSavills6 August 1999
However, to achieve this the boroughs must aim to implement a corrective policy to encourage commercial and residential development around the City edges. With Central London property markets entering a buoyant phase – tenant demand increasing and rents rising – the time is right for these London boroughs to take ...
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