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Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
In this review we examine how the recession has changed the market for affordable housing, and how wider political changes are beginning to impact on thinking and activity in the sector. We identify the key issues for developers, investors, housing associations and policy makers.
This report analyses the trends in the residential property and development market in Birmingham City centre. It examines the demand and supply imbalance and pricing trends in the context of the wider performance of the West Midlands economy.
This report considers the health of the market for branded residences, the potential for premium pricing and the outlook for the sector.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the prime residential market in City and Aldgate. The report examines transaction volumes, pricing trends and provides a detailed geographical breakdown of how different markets are performing.
The construction of Crossrail is nearing completion. Knight Frank’s Crossrail report monitors how house prices have performed since 2008, as well as looking at the potential of Crossrail 2.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the prime residential market in Canary Wharf. The report examines market dynamics, demand and the development pipeline.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the residential market in Hackney and the surrounding area. The report examines house price performance and the development pipeline in three locations; Shoreditch, Hackney Central and Hackney Wick.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the prime residential market in King’s Cross. The report covers current pricing and demand as well as looking at the impact that regeneration and development in the area over the last decade has had on this prime central London marketplace.
This report examines the opportunities provided in three geographically disparate areas which are linked by the three key themes of changes to infrastructure, regeneration and affordability and their development potential.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the Marylebone and Regent’s Park residential markets. The report examines house price performance, buyer profiles and the development pipeline.
The South Bank runs along the southern edge of the Thames from Westminster Bridge to London Bridge. This Review assesses the local market's performance along with its key demand drivers. The area is now recognised as the cultural hub of prime central London.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the residential market in Staines-upon-Thames. The report examines market dynamics, demand and the development pipeline.
The Future of Residential Development highlights the challenges and opportunites faced by the house-building industry in the current economic climate and provides a number of scenarios as to the market's future development.
The requirement for all new-build homes to be built to a zero carbon standard by 2016 is beginning to look distinctly unrealistic. In this report we consider the wider picture by examining the policy background, implications for developers and the market, and even the future of energy distribution.
HS2 is a controversial high-speed rail scheme that could eventually link London to Scotland. Knight Frank provides regular updates for affected property owners along the route.
Knight Frank's first detailed estimate of international purchase activity in greater London's new build housing market.
The recovery of global investment demand for UK new-build property has been one of the most remarkable features of the residential market in recent months. This report investigates the dramatic international response to the weak pound, low interest rates and the UK's undersupply of housing.
This report investigates the key factors that make London property such an attractive investment to international buyers, and discusses why overseas investors have become a more prominent feature of London’s new-build housing market in recent years.
Working together with cost consultants Core Five and MSMR Architects, Knight Frank’s Development Design report analyses how design and specification can influence development cost, as well as the desirability of schemes.
London property prices have outperformed the wider market in recent years, buoyed by continued demand from British and overseas buyers. While we expect this trend to continue, we also forecast that prices for new-build property are likely to perform particularly well in some areas of the capital.
This report examines the outlook for housing supply and demand over the next decade in the central and wider London markets. It also examines the schemes currently in the pipeline in and around prime central London to illustrate some of the key market trends.
The London residential development review provides a detailed analysis of the capital's new homes market. The report assesses demand and supply dynamics, land market performance and highlights key policy changes affecting developers and investors in the city. .
This report provides a detailed analysis of the prime residential market in W2, London. The report covers pricing, demand and the development pipeline.
A combination of top-end developments, new transport links, luxury retail and leisure facilities have pushed the city of London, London’s business district, and the surrounding area into the prime bracket. This report examines the drivers of this market. .