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Gráinne Gilmore

Head of UK Residential Research

Knight Frank

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Housing

Gathering momentum housebuilding report - 2016

Over the last five years, the Government has made significant changes to the planning system, introduced schemes to boost development such as Help to (...)

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Focus on : King's Cross - 2016

Residential prices across London have grown strongly in recent years, but many areas which have seen large-scale regeneration and redevelopment have outperformed, and have (...)

Investment

Residential development finance report 2015/2016

The more widespread growth in house prices since mid-2013 has prompted a further step up in interest in funding residential development schemes among lenders. (...)

Territories

Victoria London focus : reappraising the neighbourhood

Following significant regeneration over the past decade, Victoria is now benefiting from major investment and redevelopment with the unlocking of over three million square (...)

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Eastern prime - 2015

Canary Wharf is best known as one of Europe’s leading financial and business employment clusters which, alongside the City of London, form one of (...)

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Development Opportunities - 2015

Earlier this year, Knight Frank published the London Development Hotspots report, identifying areas across the Capital where prices for new developments had the potential (...)

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Focus on : Bath and Bristol - 2015

Bristol is the second largest city in the South of England, and is hosting one of the largest urban regeneration projects currently taking place (...)

Housing

London's 'Golden postcodes' - 2015

Focusing on the very top end of London’s property market, this report examines ‘super-prime’ properties which are worth £10m and more. Although only accounting for (...)

Housing

Vauxhall report - 2015

In the years following the financial crisis, strong price growth in central London has partly been driven by buyers looking for a safe haven (...)

Housing

Birmingham spring report - 2015

The UK economy bounced back strongly last year, delivering the highest level of growth seen in any country in the G8 nations. As the (...)

Housing

London hotspots - 2015

Of the 13 areas we highlighted, most have performed in line with, or even beyond, our forecasts for achievable new-build prices, as examined in (...)

Investment

Tenant survey 2015/16

The Private Rented Sector is continuing its rapid growth across the UK – it is now well established as the second biggest form of (...)

Territories

Crossrail - 2015

The population of London has now passed its previous record-high, seen just before the outbreak of the Second World War. Some forecast that by (...)

Housing

London Residential : Bridging the gap - 2014

A brighter economic outlook has had a notable impact on the housing market across the country over the last year. With wages beginning to (...)

Housing

The rental evolution - 2014

The UK’s private rented sector (PRS) has more than doubled in size in the last 14 years, and it is set to keep expanding. (...)

Housing

Turning a corner ?

UK house prices rose by 0.3% in June and are up 1.9% year-on-year. Prime central London prices rose by 0.4% in June. Over thepast year, (...)

Housing

Prime country house prices broadly stable in Q2 2013

The price of prime country homes in England and Wales rose modestly for the second consecutive quarter in Q2, but as Gráinne Gilmore explains, (...)

Housing

Prime property price declines come to a halt in Q2 2013

Prime Scottish property prices were unchanged in the second quarter, the first time since Q1 2011 that residential property prices in the country haven’t (...)

Housing

Prime Country House Index - 2Q 2013

Prime country house prices in England rose by 0.4% between April and June, the second consecutive quarter of growth. However, prime property values are (...)

Housing

New Foundations - Housebuilding Report 2013

The performance of the construction sector can also have a strong bearing on consumers’ sense of economic “wellbeing”, from the confidence engendered when a (...)

Housing

Residential Development Land Index - Q1 2013

Residential development land prices edged up in the first three months of the year across England and Wales, reflecting the small improvement seen in (...)

Housing

International Residential Investment in London

Overseas investors channelled £2.2 billion into the new-build sector in central London in 2012, up from £1.8 billion in 2011 Buyers from Singapore and Hong (...)

Housing

Action Stations - The impact of Crossrail on residential property in central London

Crossrail is the most significant infrastructure project in London in nearly two decades, and is set to increase London’s rail transport capacity by 10% (...)

Housing

London Calling

London’s property market has far outperformed that in the rest of the UK. Prices and activity, especially in prime central London, have bounced back (...)

Housing

UK : Residential Investment 2012

At first glance, this lack of institutional engagement seems surprising. Historic capital growth has been very strong and the sector provides steady, if not (...)

Housing

Student property - 2012

A key reason for this outperformance is that there is still a structural undersupply of purpose-built student accommodation in the UK. The most undersupplied (...)

Housing

New-build second homes report - 2011

A desire for ‘staycations’, the search for good investment returns by investors and the weaker pound have combined to boost demand for new-build second (...)

Green

Green homes - 2010

The shift to zero carbon has huge implications for housing market affordability, land market economics and politics. In our Green Homes Survey, featured on (...)

Housing

London Residential Development review - 2010

The revival in the London sales market in 2009 was felt across the market, but nowhere more dramatically than the new-build sector. Sales of (...)