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A tale of two markets
Faisal Durrani, shares his observations on why we may be seeing two different markets in London; where office leasing activity has remained resilient, but activity has slowed on the investment side. 
Is housing delivery faltering in London?
We have seen the number of net additional dwellings added to London’s housing stock fall 13% in 2017/18 and the number of units that started construction in 2018 fall from the 2015 peak. Patrick Gower presents some reasons for the decline.  
UK purpose-built student accommodation market valued at more than £50bn
The UK is the second largest market for purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) outside of North America. Rapid growth over the last decade means that the sector is now valued at more than $65bn (£50bn).
London Report- Is house delivery faltering in London?
We have seen the number of net additional dwellings added to London’s housing stock fall 13% in 2017/18 and the number of units that started construction in 2018 fall from the 2015 peak. Patrick Gower presents some reasons for the decline.
The M25 Report: Where do people want to live AND work in the South East region?
When deciding to relocate, modern leaders must weigh up their employees’ needs alongside those of the company and clients. Knight Frank Research analyses which M25 and South East towns excel in a range of measures spanning lifestyle, internet connectivity, housing affordability and prospects for economic growth.
New housing delivery rises in England
The number of net additional dwellings added to housing stock in England in 2017/18 crept up, new government figures show.
U.K. Government likely to miss annual housebuilding target by 50,000, 86% of housebuilders say
More than 100 house builders share opinions on supply, policy and affordable housing in new Knight Frank survey.
Key changes in the draft revised National Planning Policy Framework
On Monday, Theresa May revealed the first major overhaul to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) in six years. The message builds on the political messages of recent months that ministers intend to take a more muscular approach in an attempt to increase the delivery of housing.
Identifying London’s future development hotspots
Knight Frank's third Hotspots report identifies localities in London where there is potential for price outperformance.
Urban brownfield land outperforms in 2017
The value of urban brownfield land climbed 4.9% in Q4, amid strong rises in Birmingham. The average value of English greenfield land edged up by 1.4%, while land values in prime central London dipped by 2.1%.
Ministers need time to make progress on housing
Patrick Gower, Associate, Knight Frank Residential Research: During Alok Sharma’s first speech as Housing and Planning Minister in July 2017 he quipped that there had been five planning ministers in five years and, a bit like Doctor Who, he was merely the latest incarnation.
Birmingham's growing population drives demand for new homes
A growing population, improved transport and a step-change in amenity, career opportunities and lifestyle underpin the demand for new homes in the city. While delivery has grown in recent years, there is a historical shortfall in the number of new homes.
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