London New Homes
Whether you are looking for a family home, pied-a-terre or an investment property, we have a team of new homes experts who will ensure your buying experience runs smoothly.
Based at our head office in Mayfair our London New Homes sales team can assist on individual and bulk purchases across a wide range of developments.
Our London New Homes sales team are at the forefront of residential development, helping to deliver some of the most prestigious new homes in London. Through industry experience, valued contacts and a continued focus, understanding the current property climate, we are able to leverage our knowledge to achieve the best results.
We take the time to understand your needs and, using our insights, identify the best options available to you in the market, help secure and complete your purchase. Our support doesn’t end there, if required, we can guide you through the lettings and property management process, ensuring that you make the most from your investment.
For further information and advice please get in touch with one of our experts today.
Strutt & Parker London New Homes Services
Knowledge & research
How woodland managers can make woodlands more resilient to climate change
This briefing note summarises how we, as woodland managers, can make our woodland more resilient to the effects of climate change and the risks from pests and diseases.
Attracting young professionals to your property
With new figures suggesting young professionals will pay a premium to live in certain areas, we look at how you can attract this lucrative market to your property.
English Estate & Farmland Market Review | Spring 2017
The year 2017 started unusually. There was a significant carryover of land on the market – over 40% of the farms launched in 2016 were still available at the end of the year, which is a far higher proportion than we have seen before.
London’s rapid economic growth has seen it emerge as a genuinely polycentric city
For many years London had two dominant business districts: the City of London and the West End, both located in the heart of the city. At the same time, London’s major railway stations, such as King’s Cross and Waterloo, were little more than places for commuters to interchange as they made their way into the centre of the city.
Land Business update | Week commencing 17th April 2017
Welcome to our update on key land management, farming, planning and energy issues.
Scottish Farmland Market Review | Spring 2017
The Scottish farmland market was affected by a wide variety of factors in 2016, from delays in the receipt of government subsidies by farmers, continued pressure on commodity prices, tighter lending criteria, the possibility of a second independence vote and, of course, the result of the EU referendum.
How the snap election will affect property
With the announcement by Prime Minister Theresa May of a General Election in June, we look at what impact this will have on the property industry.