The fourth PrimeResi Quarterly Journal – Winter 2015/6 edition – is nearly here. Copies will be sent to subscribers by the end of the week, and additional copies are available to order now.
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This latest handbook of the luxury property industry weighs-in at 450 pages, and includes a special Forecasts section, kindly supported by Maskells; this section features a comprehensive round-up of quantitative market forecasts for the year ahead from the key residential research units, as well as fascinating insights and predictions from some of the prime resi industry’s most informed and opinionated figures. We also take an in-depth look at growing fears of a property bubble in central London, and December’s Autumn Statement is thoroughly analysed, while a whole range of pundits weigh-in on how 2014’s stamp duty reform has affected the industry a year on.
Balancing all this market-chat and economics banter, the Winter Journal takes a glorious look at ten important residential projects in an exclusive retrospective of interior design house David Collins Studio; Finchatton gives us the low-down on sourcing marble; MSMR Architects talk us through their award-winning Cheyne Terrace scheme for Native Land; there’s a case study on super-prime lighting design, a guide to creating a show-stopping home cinema, plus interviews with two of the country’s top estate agency chiefs, one of PCL’s top emerging developers, and a go-to super-prime architect. On top of that, we have our regular news review, sales digest, and a bumper Required Reading reference section, which covers everything from squatters and cyber-crime to buy-to-let and permitted development.