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Current issue: Winter 2016/7

London Central Portfolio

  • INTERVIEW: Naomi Heaton on 25 years of finding returns in PCL

    Property investment house and buying agency London Central Portfolio has been successfully navigating the Prime Central London market for over quarter of a century, regularly delivering healthy returns to investors around the world with a shrewd and highly-focused approach to acquisitions. Founder and CEO Naomi Heaton tells PrimeResi about how it all...
  • ‘The centre of gravity has shifted in Prime Central London’

    2016 marked a distinct shift in Central London’s “centre of gravity”, according to LCP, away from the traditional luxury enclaves and into areas with gentrification potential. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login or subscribe to access. Username: Password: Remember Me Register Not subscribed yet? Click here...
  • Just 64 deals a week in Prime Central London last year

    The final tranche of 2016 data has come in from the Land Registry and PCL’s transaction count has been confirmed at 3,330 – the lowest 12-month total on record, half the volume registered two years ago and a weekly average of just 64 deals a week. You need to be logged in...
  • The number of company-owned properties has plummeted as ATED hits home

    The government’s crackdown on ownership of property in corporate wrappers seems to have been a triumph, generating a significant tax windfall as well as cutting the number of liable properties by 14% –  and by 27% in the super-prime £10m – £20m price bracket. You need to be logged in to see this part...
  • Welcome but underwhelming: Prime resi industry reactions to the Housing White Paper

    While the devil – or perhaps his opposite number – will be in the detail, initial industry reactions to the government’s Housing White Paper can be summed up by Cushman & Wakefield’s Ian Anderson, who calls proposed planning measures “underwhelming”. The consensus is still clearly positive – with arms open for much of...
  • Chelsea and new-builds bear the brunt of Prime Central London’s falling market

    Property deal numbers across the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and the City of Westminster were 21% lower in the year to December compared to the previous year, according to London Central Portfolio’s analysis of Land Registry and LonRes data, but the average price across PCL nudged up a touch. You...
  • ‘A challenging year’: Prime Central London’s property transaction collapse

    It won’t surprise anyone to hear that it’s been “a challenging year” for the residential property sector in prime London, with the tax regime plus domestic and global uncertainty leading to tanking transactions numbers. Some new analysis of the latest batch of Land Registry data by London Central Portfolio confirms the picture, and...
  • #AutumnStatement: The prime resi industry reacts

    Chancellor Hammond shared one of the Autumn Statement’s surprise measures in advance of his big day out with the red box, and it wasn’t a particularly welcome one for lettings agents, as he outlawed up-front agency fees to tenants “as soon as possible” (albeit pending consultation). There was further...
  • London’s ‘perfect recipe’ for Sharia-conscious property investors

    It’s pretty clear that Islamic money plays a significant role in prime London’s property scene, with some of the biggest developments – including The Shard, Battersea Power Station, the Olympic Village and Chelsea Barracks – all sourcing large chunks of finance from the Gulf and Malaysia. Now London Central Portfolio (LCP), which...
  • Property magnate becomes the American President: The prime resi industry reacts

    So Donald Trump is the new Most Powerful (Elected) Person In The World, and gets the keys to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. He celebrated, oddly, by playing the Rolling Stones’ You Can’t Always Get What You Want and giving a surprisingly civilised speech. The FTSE immediately started to fall, Canada’s immigration website...
  • Weak pound prompts LCP to launch new PCL fund

    A weakened pound and surging interest from foreign investors has prompted asset advisor London Central Portfolio to launch a new fund – the firm’s fourth outing – targeting prime resi opportunities in the capital. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login or subscribe to access. Username: Password: Remember Me Register Not subscribed...
  • Super-prime deals reduced to a trickle

    Burdened by toppy transaction taxes and seemingly unending economic uncertainty, the UK’s super-prime market has been under the weather since 2014, but it seems the flow of £10m+ deals has now slowed to little more than a trickle, with just five such transactions recorded by the Land Registry in the three months to August....
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