The fifth edition of the quarterly handbook of luxury property – PrimeResi’s Spring Journal – lands this week, with 440 pages of essential news, opinion and in-depth analysis for the UK’s prime residential industry.
Copies will be sent to subscribers by the end of the week, and additional copies are now available to buy.
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This issue looks at how broad spectrum market movements and specific issues – from reviewing the March Budget to anticipating fallout from the looming EU referendum – have affected and will affect the top-end of the residential real estate sector, with informed, incisive commentary from some of the most influential and successful figures in the industry
“The short-term merchants, the traders and developers and those in transit through London, have been seen off” notes Charlie Ellingworth and the Property Vision team, while LonRes Chairman William Carrington argues that a year of no growth would actually be better for the market. Further market insight comes courtesy of D&G’s Ed Mead, Glentree’s Trevor Abrahmsohn, LCP’s Naomi Heaton and the National Institute of Economic & Social Research’s Dr Angus Armstrong, who skilfully breaks down the macro issues at play – and makes some controversial suggestions.
TowerEight’s Paul Allen examines the ramifications of rising supply for the new-build sector, while our Development Quarter takes a look behind the schemes of some remarkable projects in Knightsbridge, Belgravia and Battersea. We also celebrate the back catalogue of one of prime central London’s most successful boutique developers, Amazon Property.
You can also gen up on everything from property fraud and completion failure to subterranean planning policy and the Mortgage Credit Directive in our biggest ever Required Reading section of reference briefings, and take masterclasses in commissioning bespoke joinery, home staging, fine wine storage and working with the world’s rarest finishes in Interiors & Design.
Savills’ Phillip Edell and Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medallist Marcus Barnett mark the 300th anniversary of Capability Brown’s birth with a special feature on the great landscape designer’s legacy, and super-prime developer Joe Burns takes a fascinating look at the new generation of UHNWIs buying in London.
As always, the front section is fully loaded with all the notable deals, business stories and people moves from the last three months, and there’s data aplenty at the back courtesy of LonRes and the Land Registry.
A limited number of advertising and sponsorship opportunities are now available for the Summer Journal, due for publication in July; find out more here.