A generation of Londoners look set to become lifelong tenants as, for the first time in decades, more people live in private rented homes than in social housing. We take a look at new developments launching thousands of build-to-rent homes across the capital…
Take in a yoga class on the roof deck, before having dinner with neighbours at the communal table, in time for a movie in the cinema – all without leaving your home. This is the future of renting for millennials in London.
Diverse business models work in uncertain times
It may be hard to imagine, but there was a time when buyers of new properties had only bare walls, a brief list of specifications and imagination to help them make their choice. No more. Now there is the showroom.
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