West London Property Market Shows Signs of Recovery as Lockdown Measures Ease
With economists and housing experts predicting that coronavirus could cause property price falls of anywhere between 4% and 15% across the UK, a glimmer of optimism is just what’s needed in the property market right now
Could Oxford Street Become London’s Hottest Residential Address?
Oxford Street is London’s busiest shopping street. But it could soon become one of London’s hottest residential addresses…
Ad Feature The Only Way is Essex? Buy in Essex for 3x the Living Space of London
On the hunt for a new home with a decent commute? Moving from London to Essex buys almost three times the living space for the same money, and it probably won’t take you much longer to get to the office…
Ad Feature 5 New Essex Developments Within Commuting Distance of London
Essex might come pre-loaded with stereotypes and wise-cracks, but there’s no getting away from the fact that the county, just to the north east of the M25, offers up some very fertile commuting territory for those with jobs in the City
London’s 10 Most Expensive Places to Flatshare… and the Cheapest
New research shows which areas of London are the most expensive for flatsharing, and where are the cheapest places to rent a room…
Chelsea’s Iconic Sloane Street Set for £40m ‘Green’ Makeover
Chelsea’s iconic Sloane Street is set for a £40 million botanical transformation to create a greener, more pleasant environment and secure its position as one of the world’s most famous luxury shopping destinations
London’s Best Commuter Towns: St Albans, Hertfordshire
Could it be time to flee the capital? Head for the ‘burbs? Unthinkable in your 20s, but in your 30s and 40s the pull of greenery, space, a driveway – heck a whole house – gets that bit stronger. But where to head?
South Kensington Tube Station Set for ‘Sympathetic’ Transformation
South Kensington Tube station, which currently mixes Victorian charm with 21st century chaos, is due to be given a modern yet ‘sympathetic’ makeover with new homes, shops and workspace
Area Focus: Why Dulwich is One of London’s Best Neighbourhoods
Stroll through Dulwich Village and it’s difficult to imagine that you’re just a few miles from central London. Green spaces, independent shops and a glorious village vibe have made the south east London enclave one of the capital’s most popular places to live. The Resident takes a closer look at the leafy haven’s enduring appeal…
Area Focus: Will Chelsea Ever Lose Its Enduring Appeal?
From Punk Rock to the annual flower show and Sloanie Ponies, Chelsea is an area full of heritage and creativity. Whether it’s the bustling King’s Road or quiet, tucked away mews, its appeal is easy to see