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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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Central London Residential Development Report: April 2016

The Central London development market is showing signs of caution while it braces for the Mayoral election and the EU referendum.

Policy intervention has led to a tipping of the scales in favour of owner-occupier buyers but this is creating uncertainty for some developers and has led to a slowdown in starts.

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Crossrail Opportunities 2016

JLL Residential Research has undertaken an in-depth analysis of the residential property prospects at each and every Crossrail station. 

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Stratford - Coming of Age March 2016

From a residential market perspective, Stratford has clearly transformed. The Games drove real estate investment on an unprecedented scale, anchored by Westfield. Over 2,500 new homes have been built in the town centre since 2008, bringing around 5,000 new people into the community.

Central London forecasts restatement

Demand for Central London residential has deteriorated, forcing JLL to reconsider price growth forecasts published on 3 November 2015. This has been driven by a deepening of global economic uncertainty, notably from China, but more significantly by the imposition of an additional 3% Stamp Duty charge for second home purchasers and investors.

Scotland Residential Forecasts – Rising To The Challenge February 2016

The economic backdrop and medium-term outlook for Scotland is looking far more positive than in recent years. But with this expansion come issues which will need to be addressed if Scotland is to reach its full potential.

Northern England Residential Forecasts – Northern Renaissance February 2016

Northern England prospects have been boosted by the Government’s Northern Powerhouse initiative. While the North West and Yorkshire and The Humber regional economies are set for a more prosperous few years, it will be the employment hubs of Manchester and Leeds that will lead the way.

Residential Forecast Report Building Foundations November 2015

Many factors will determine the path and strength of the UK housing market over the next five years. We highlight the key influences which range from a strong and relatively stable domestic economy to problems in China and possible contagion through to affordability and borrowing constraints and Government initiatives.

Central London Residential Development Research - September 2015

Sentiment and activity in the Central London new development sales market has picked-up since the general election but the market is now price sensitive as a result of the stamp duty reforms last year which have assumed centre stage following mansion tax and election concerns. 


The Innovators

This research puts the spotlight on innovative companies in the UK residential property sector. The UK housing industry is a world leader in terms of innovation. Scores of companies are challenging the norm and pushing the boundaries of creativity and invention every day.

PRIME CENTRAL LONDON - Outlook brighter following election

Both the PCL sales and lettings markets have obstacles to overcome in the near term. The sales market needs to adjust to the stamp duty reforms while in the lettings market the oversupply situation needs redressing before it can move forward with greater confidence.

Affordable Housing: Ready for Business?

It is clear that the majority of RPs are already very active in some form of market-facing housing provision. But, have the risks been properly mitigated? Are organisations structured appropriately to manage future challenges facing the sector?