You might say that Singaporeans have a love affair with London. Almost all of us are familiar with Big Ben, the London Eye, Tower Bridge, and other famous landmarks lining the River Thames.
In our recent report we discover how Canary Wharf is transforming from a primarily financial hub into a vibrant Central London mixed use neighbourhood.
Sitting beside the former BBC headquarters, this massive 1,465-home neighborhood features top-notch amenities, a wide network of transportation links, and a community of private renters that is increasingly growing in recent years.
Once home to Britain’s largest chemical manufacturer, this iconic 1920’s building has transformed into one of London’s luxury Grade II listed residential complex
London is moving East. More than half the city's population now lives east of Tower Bridge, as extensive redevelopment projects such as Canary Wharf and the Stratford Olympics regeneration have turned former industrial areas into some of the...
The central London borough of Kensington and Chelsea sits at the cultural heart of London. But it’s also a prime residential area, known the world over and highly sought-after by property buyers.
The UK economic and political landscape has been dominated by Brexit over the past 2½ years. The next 2½ years are likely to be similar, albeit dealing with a different phase of the process.
Despite several high-value transactions during Q3 2018, the Prime Central London sales market suffered a setback to its recovery during the quarter.
For first-time buyers and seasoned investors, there’s no better place to grow your portfolio than East London. In fact, a recent poll from Simply Business shows 37% of landlords vote East London as the best place for buy-to-let property.