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Our residential publications provide an insight into the different aspects of the UK housing market, following our indices, and looking at topical themes.

 

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Price sensitivity remains apparent across the prime country markets and stamp duty continues to be a burden at the top end

A continuing trend has been the popularity of smaller properties over larger ones

Rates of annual falls across the prime rental markets of the capital have slowed, as supply levels become more balanced

The housebuilding industry is on track to deliver the Government’s target of one million new homes by 2020. The challenge is to continue expanding supply in the highest-demand areas to improve affordability

Reading has a strong tech economy and enviable location. But, to grow into a city, it needs more space. We examine its potential, and the options for urban development and growth beyond its boundaries

Making sense of uncertainty

Cambridge is already a globally successful city. Yet its success risks being held back by looming shortages in the commercial and residential markets, and by infrastructure bottlenecks

New home transactions are growing, but slower than before. And with lower investor demand, it’s more important than ever for developers to know who is buying new homes and where they are buying them

Scotland is enjoying its strongest market conditions since 2008, despite higher rates of taxation

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Lucian Cook

Lucian Cook

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Residential Research

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+44 (0) 20 7016 3837

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