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01 Jul 2017

The shock of the Brexit result has been followed by a period of extreme political uncertainty. The country is now preparing for a new Prime Minister, with an opposition in turmoil and the very make-upof the UK under question. Constitutional issues...

30 Jun 2017

The recent growth of all German cities presents municipalities with ever greater challenges. Alongside the creation of supply and transport infrastructure, the provision of housing is one of the main tasks facing towns today.

29 Jun 2017

The London Bridge & Tower Bridge areas have benefited from considerable development and a higher profile over the past ten years

06 Jan 2017

It is worth reminding ourselves of the scale of the current transformation taking place. By 2025, across the whole of the Nine Elms area, Londoners will see a new high density town in the place of the last large-scale industrial estate in Zone 1.

06 Jan 2017

With the main political fallout and market responses behind us, the first wave of volatility and uncertainty is coming to an end. It is time to look more closely at rebuilding lost momentum through the Referendum process and return to the job at...

06 Jan 2017

Germany is the largest European economy and by far the largest residential buy-to-let investment market in Europe. A safe and stable haven for global capital, Germany offers investors a solid economic and political environment that is highly...

06 Jan 2017

Melbourne LGA’s median unit price was $501,000 in 1Q16, falling by 0.8% over the quarter and by 1.0% over the year to 1Q16.Apartment construction is now becoming more prevalent in areas outside of Melbourne City as developers stretch their...

06 Jan 2017

Paddington’s roots are in transport and most crucially as a gateway into London. It has a rather chequered past, but is today being transformed into a new, vibrant business and residential community while the Heathrow Express and Crossrail are...

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