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UK house prices will increase by 0.5% next year with a further 1% growth in 2018

JLL’s latest forecasts, released today, concludes that Brexit will dominate UK housing markets over the short to medium term but predicts that the market will remain reasonably strong and active despite the greater uncertainty and slower economy resulting from Brexit. JLL are forecasting that UK house prices will increase by 0.5% next year with a further 1% growth in 2018.

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City and East sales and lettings market overview

The fourth quarter of 2016 remained stable in the Canary Wharf residential sales market, with some cause for optimism for 2017. There is still a wide choice of available stock in the E14 area, ranging from properties which would suit first time buyers through to large penthouses.

Prime central London sales and lettings market overview

Whilst the serving of Article 50 in spring 2017 may hang over the economy in general, there is increased optimism within the property market going in to 2017. Much of this optimism is predicated on the performance of the market in the last quarter of 2016, which saw an uplift in high value transactions.

South East London sales and lettings market overview

After the predictable rush to complete transactions before the festive break, 2016 ended on a much needed high after what has been a bumpy and uncertain previous eleven months. Levels of activity remained also surprisingly healthy in stark contrast to the usual Christmas slowdown.

JLL responds to Housing White Paper released today

Adam Challis, Head of residential research at JLL comments on Government’s release of the Housing White Paper today: "With a focus on expanding new housing supply, both in terms of the number of units and pace of construction, this White Paper is likely to prove amongst the most pivotal in a generation. It has become clear that months of wrangling has more to do with delivering the scale of ambition rather than the same NIMBY-ist and protectionist politics."

North West house prices to rise 18.1% in next five years, says JLL

House prices in the North West will increase by 18.1 per cent in the next five years according to property advisor JLL, with growth in the region outpacing the rest of the UK in 2017.

JLL scoops North West Residential Sales & Letting Agent award for second year in a row

For a second consecutive year, JLL has won Residential Sales & Letting Agent of the Year award at the North West Business Insider Residential Awards held last night at Lancashire County Cricket Club. The evening saw double success for JLL as the team was also awarded Urban Residential & PRS Development of the Year for Greengate - the largest single phase residential scheme to be developed in Manchester for 10 years.

Scottish house price and rental growth in the shadow of Brexit

Residential development in Scotland is set for five years of growth with demand for homes continuing to outpace supply, according to new research from the UK’s leading property consultancy, JLL.

JLL identifies a significant increase in the delivery of shared ownership homes

New research from JLL reveals a significant increase in the supply of Shared Ownership units in the UK over the next five years as Registered Providers (RPs) aim to deliver more homes than have been built in the entire 30 year history of the low-cost home ownership product.

Car parks could provide 400,000 new UK homes

New research from property JLL highlights the potential to develop circa 400,000 homes on car parks in the UK’s town and city centres.

JLL’s latest research paper Driving Innovation identifies just under 10,500 car parks in the UK’s town and city centres with the capacity to comfortably accommodate circa 400,000 homes, enough to house around one million people.