As May 7 draws near, we analyse the housing policies that will affect the UK residential property industry for years to come.
Land issues facing the construction industry today are complex and seasoned. The following seven hurdles shed some light on the current housing crisis in the UK.
We analyse what is driving the two billion pound student investment market in the UK and why 2016 is such as important year for the booming asset class.
A huge surge in demand for London property coupled with huge price rises in the face of a housing stock shortage led to speculations that a property bubble would form then pop in 2015. Two months on, were these speculators correct and if not, is a crash inevitable?
As the property industry enters into another new year, we take a look at the predicted London hotspots and buyers advice that will be dominating our thoughts and schedules in 2015.
The effects of the global financial crisis, which hit UK property prices in 2008, can still be felt today. As the industry moves into another year, we take a look back at its legacy and review how the industry has recovered.
In May 2013, the London Major Boris Johnson announced a £1bn deal to transform London’s Royal Albert Dock into a new business hub: The Asian Business Port. We examine the importance of the project and how it could be seen as a new symbol in London's changing economy.