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We believe succeeding in property is as much about knowledge as bricks and mortar. Through rigorous, independent analysis and accurate data, we help our clients find competitive advantage. And through thoughtful debate and commentary we help set the direction for our industry.

Our researchers actively develop insights from across every area of our business. Because JLL advises across the entire residential spectrum, this means we can provide a holistic perspective on the property market, both in London and worldwide.

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UK residential forecasts: Find the Gap

The UK economic and political landscape has been dominated by Brexit over the past 2½ years. The next 2½ years are likely to be similar, albeit dealing with a different phase of the process. Inevitably, the UK will collectively refocus attention on domestic policies as the sphere of influence from Brexit diminishes.

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Nine Elms & Vauxhall

Evolution is well underway in Nine Elms & Vauxhall with residential and commercial development centre stage. While there is still some way to go, it’s clear that the next three years will see the greatest advancement.

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Build To Rent

It has been a long journey, but Build to Rent (BTR) has finally arrived in the UK. For years we have been anticipating the emergence of an institutionally-backed, purpose built and managed private rental sector. Now, with 125,000 units either completed, under construction or with planning, there is a clear pathway towards critical mass in the nascent sector.

City & City Fringe

London’s City Fringe is broadening its geography, with areas such as Shoreditch, Hoxton, Aldgate and Whitechapel now considered bona fide City Fringe locations. New digital businesses are a driving force but a significant increase in residential development, to support a new and younger demographic and the growing trend towards city living, has also been instrumental.

West London Report 2018

With several new residential developments and the opening of the new Elizabeth Line, interest in West London is once again on the rise, following several years of East London domination.

Prime Central London - July 2018

The Prime Central London sales market is recovering some poise. The lower-end of the market is picking up and is seeing some price rises. The upper-end of the market, while some prices continue to adjust down, is seeing higher transaction volumes. The Prime Central London lettings market is also in recovery mode.

Micro solutions to a macro problem – June 2018

Micro Living is not the only solution to the housing crisis in the UK. However, with appropriate checks and balances in place, it can provide an improved housing offering to a growing proportion of the population looking to live in cities.

Central London Development - June 2018

The Central London Development sales market remains slower than developers would like, but prices have remained firm for the past year. Importantly, sales activity picked up strongly during Q1 2018. Some developers are delaying launches, but most are continuing with existing plans.

European Residential - Investment Research Report

The European residential investment market continues to grow at an impressive rate and this year the market has seen significant growth in demand from a wider range of global investors. Investors are attracted to the stable income profile, improved diversification and possibilities of building scale in the long term.

Prime Central London - May 2018

The Prime Central London sales market is still adjusting to the tax regime introduced more than three years ago. Economic and political uncertainty is further muddying the waters. We believe the market is entering a new phase with some long-time owners reconsidering their Prime Central London options. 

Micro Living Defined

The UK’s housing crisis has prompted the Government to set a target to build 300,000 homes per year to alleviate a critical imbalance between supply and demand. But what role might Micro Living play in addressing this imbalance?