As the capital of the United Kingdom and one of the most powerful cities in the world, many believe that London property may have already hit its peak. Over nine million people live within its boundaries, and research suggests that over 3 million workers commute into the capital every day, making London one of the busiest cities in the world, behind the likes of Mumbai, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
However, despite the reports that have rumbled ominously about slowdowns since Brexit, London progress shows no signs of slowing, with plenty of plans in place aimed at growing and developing the capital even further. From government initiatives through to interest from property investors and developers, the future of London is bright.
We explore the plans in place for developing London, and what this means for its residents and future London property investment.
- Expected increase in London’s population
- The Mayor’s Transport Strategy
- Determined Opportunity and Intensification areas
- Property prices in London expected to rise in 2021
- Is co-living the next step for London’s property development?