Local Market Reviews
Our local market reviews provide market insight and analysis of areas around London. If you would like any information on the below research reports or the new developments we currently have for sale in London then please get in touch with our sales team
The regeneration of Nine Elms is arguably one of the most important transformations this generation will witness. Developing this previously underused area of London will create a whole new vibrant destination.
Noted for its leafy garden squares, Regency architecture, and a pioneering grid of streets, Pimlico in London’s City of Westminster, is a small, largely residential area of central London. On the northern banks of the Thames, the central position of the area means it is an impeccably well-connected...
Synonymous with London’s thriving theatre district, bustling Soho is situated in central London within the prestigious borough of Westminster.
This report will provide insightful facts and figures into Kew and its surrounding borough. Kew is Located around 30 minutes from Waterloo and is served with good transport links. It is home to attractions such as the Royal Botanic Gardens and the beautiful Kew palace. Its boasting village feel...
In this research report we discuss Putney and its surrounding towns. Putney is a picturesque riverside location surrounded by vast green spaces, which is a rarity in London. Not to mention its great transport links, making Putney ideal for the daily commuter.
Increased desirability of the City Fringe sees property prices rise by 62%
Streatham is well served by public transport with trains, tubes and buses going almost anywhere in London. Currently more affordable than nearby areas of Clapham and Balham, it is definitely up and coming with new eateries and retail provision springing up on the high street.
Wapping’s rich maritime history and riverside location make it one of London’s most desirable places to live and demand for homes is extremely high. This has resulted in a price premium over the wider borough which has averaged 44% over the last five years.