Estate and letting agents in Chelsea

Our office on Sloane Avenue focuses on sales and lettings across Chelsea, Knightsbridge, Earl’s Court and Kensington, with a history going back generations in some of the borough’s most exclusive property.

One of London’s most desirable residential boroughs, with properties ranging from Regency style family homes to period conversions and apartments, there is strong demand from both domestic and international home buyers. Families love the beautiful, varied architecture, an array of world class museums and galleries, and a huge choice of bars and restaurants. International buyers often buy to be near to the excellent private and international schools in the area, like the French Lycée, Hill House, Garden House, Knightsbridge School, and Eaton House. A stunning, exclusive and iconic area that deserves its reputation for excellence.

If you’re thinking of moving or are just interested to know the current value of your home or investment, book a free valuation with our local sales & lettings experts today.

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Frequently asked questions

How much is my property worth in Chelsea?

House prices in Chelsea average around £2.3 million*. A host of factors can influence property values in Chelsea, so if you’d like to know the value of your home today, contact our Chelsea office for a free market appraisal.

How much is my flat worth in Chelsea?

Flat prices in Chelsea vary. To find out the value of your flat in this prime London property postcode, contact our Chelsea office for a free market appraisal. Various factors can influence property values in Chelsea, and we can help you understand where you sit against the market.

What is a market appraisal?

A market appraisal provides an estimate of your property’s value and gives you an idea of how much you may be able to sell it for at that particular moment in time. Our Chelsea agents are experts in the local housing market and can provide a free, no obligation appraisal on your property for free and advise you on how to navigate the selling process. Fill out the form above to find out how much your home is worth today with Cluttons.

How long does a property valuation last?

The duration of a property valuation primarily depends on market conditions. In a stable market, a local estate agent’s valuation can last for months. However, in a volatile market, it is advisable to keep in touch with local agents to stay updated on any external factors that may affect your property’s value. You can obtain a free market appraisal by completing the form above.

How can I increase the value of your home near Chelsea?

If you are wondering how to add value to your home or flat in Chelsea, one of our experienced local agents can advise you. Adding space or making home improvements can increase the value of your property, but we can share our experience of what buyers and tenants are currently looking for in the local market. Get in touch for a free market appraisal by filling in the form above.

How much does a house appraisal cost in Chelsea?

A house appraisal costs nothing in Chelsea when you book it through Cluttons.

*Source: Rightmove latest data. Page updated October 2023.

The information contained in this report has been obtained from sources generally regarded to be reliable. However, no representation is made, or warranty given, in respect of the accuracy of this information. Cluttons LLP does not accept any liability in negligence or otherwise for any loss or damage suffered by any party resulting from reliance on this information.

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Latest research

UK & London rental market update Spring/Summer 2024
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UK & London rental market update Spring/Summer 2024

Continued demand for rental property amid constrained supply delivers rental growth .
UK & London sales market update Spring/Summer 2024
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UK & London sales market update Spring/Summer 2024

Price declines are reversing and activity up from Q4 2023, but pricing still remains key for new listings.
Economic update Spring/Summer 2024
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Economic update Spring/Summer 2024

The UK economy has likely emerged from recession, although growth remains muted. Inflation is falling and rates cuts are on the cards this year, which will translate into lower mortgage rates.
UK & London rental market update Spring 2024
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UK & London rental market update Spring 2024

Demand in the UK rental market hit new highs in 2022 and early 2023, and is now moderating, but is still higher than pre-pandemic averages.
UK & London sales market update Spring 2024
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UK & London sales market update Spring 2024

Average annual UK house prices falls hit a low of -5% in September last year, but have since moderated to around -2%.
Economic update Spring 2024
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Economic update Spring 2024

The economy grew more than expected in November, according to the latest data from the ONS, but there is still a risk that the UK could dip into recession.
UK & London lettings update Autumn 2023
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UK & London lettings update Autumn 2023

The ONS measure of rental growth shows London rents up by 6% in a slow climb from 0.1% at the start of 2022. In prime London, the bounce-back in rents was much faster and stronger.
UK & London sales market update Autumn 2023
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UK & London sales market update Autumn 2023

Average house prices continue their downward trajectory, with values falling 5.3% in the year to September. Our quarterly update examines the latest trends in the UK, London, and prime London sales markets.
UK economic update Autumn 2023
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UK economic update Autumn 2023

The key economic move over the last few months was the Bank of England’s decision not to raise interest rates in September.
Prime London sales Q3 2023
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Prime London sales Q3 2023

Price growth in the Greater London market was more subdued than in some other parts of the country during the pandemic.
Prime London rental Q3 2023
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Prime London rental Q3 2023

The bounce back in rental demand after the pandemic amid constrained supply created a turbo-charged market in 2022. There is still very strong rental demand compared to pre-pandemic norms, but it has now plateau-ed in many areas, or has started to recede slightly.
UK & London lettings update Q3 2023
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UK & London lettings update Q3 2023

Rents continue to rise, but a slight loosening in supply means the pace of growth is beginning to ease in many regions.
UK & London sales market update Q3 2023
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UK & London sales market update Q3 2023

Average house prices continue to fall, although at a relatively modest rate. Average values are down 3.5% on the year.
UK economic outlook Q3 2023
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UK economic outlook Q3 2023

The economy settled down relatively quickly from the shock of the mini-budget in September last year and the resulting spike in gilt rates and mortgage rates.
UK economic outlook Q2 2023
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UK economic outlook Q2 2023

Higher than expected inflation dampens expectations for UK economy. Inflation data was higher than expected in May, which has weighed on business confidence, and has pushed interest rate expectations, and the cost of borrowing, higher.
UK & London lettings market update Q2 2023
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UK & London lettings market update Q2 2023

Rents continue to rise, but the pace of growth is beginning to ease in many regions. Tight levels of supply are still underpinning rental growth.
UK & London sales market update Q2 2023
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UK & London sales market update Q2 2023

March marked the seventh consecutive month of monthly price falls in house prices across the UK, taking the annual decline to 3.1%.
Residential lettings market update Q1 2023
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Residential lettings market update Q1 2023

Rents continue to rise strongly across the UK as demand flows back into city centres where supply is tight.
UK and London sales market update Q1 2023
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UK and London sales market update Q1 2023

Average house price growth slowed sharply at the end of last year and continued to ease in January.
UK economic outlook Q1 2023
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UK economic outlook Q1 2023

The economic outlook for the UK is challenging this year, but there is growing consensus that the downturn will not be as long as previously expected.
Residential forecasts Q4 2022
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Residential forecasts Q4 2022

After months of political upheaval, the landscape has calmed in recent weeks, providing a greater sense of stability in markets than at any time since mid-September.
Forecasts and outlook Q3 2022
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Forecasts and outlook Q3 2022

The recent political upheavals have exacerbated the uncertainty around the UK’s economic outlook. But behind the headlines, housing data has for some months been pointing to a slowing market after several years of record-high activity.
Wider South East Q3 2022
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Wider South East Q3 2022

House price growth slowed slightly in the wider South East in Q3, but are still up 10% year on year.
London sales and rental review Q3 2022
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London sales and rental review Q3 2022

Average house prices across London continued register growth in Q3, but at a more modest rate than other regions.
UK economic outlook Q3 2022
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UK economic outlook Q3 2022

Months of political upheaval has served to increase the UK’s economic uncertainty in recent months as policy U-turns added significantly to existing market volatility.
Development review Q3 2022
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Development review Q3 2022

The supply of new homes at national level was very much in line with recent trends in Q3, but the outlook is turning negative due to weakness in the wider housing market and the impending end of Help to Buy.
UK rental review Q3 2022
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UK rental review Q3 2022

Average UK rents continue to rise strongly, with double-digit growth in most regions in Q3.
UK sales review Q3 2022
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UK sales review Q3 2022

Official data continues to show strong price growth for average house prices, and high activity levels.
Forecasts and outlook Q1 2022
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Forecasts and outlook Q1 2022

At national level the housing market has so far defied these issues but affordability is starting to look stretched and the expected further rises in inflation and mortgage rates are likely to dampen growth.
Wider South East Q1 2022
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Wider South East Q1 2022

Both sales and rental values continued to grow strongly across the wider South East in Q1.
London sales and rental review Q1 2022
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London sales and rental review Q1 2022

sales market saw further price growth in Q1, but at a slower rate than the rest of the country.
UK economic outlook Q1 2022
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UK economic outlook Q1 2022

The economic recovery stuttered in Q1 due to another Covid variant, although many measures are back to their pre-pandemic levels.
Development review Q1 2022
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Development review Q1 2022

So far 2022 has been business as usual for housebuilding, with output very much in line with recent trends both nationally and in London.
UK rental market Q1 2022
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UK rental market Q1 2022

The rental market started 2022 much as it left 2021, with demand well ahead of supply in all regions, rental growth over 10%, and huge competition for properties.
UK Sales review Q1 2022
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UK Sales review Q1 2022

Demand remained ahead of supply in Q1, leading to high levels of activity and price growth continuing the trends from 2021.
UK economic outlook Q4 2021
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UK economic outlook Q4 2021

The economy grew steadily in Q4 as it continued to recover from pandemic restrictions, with employment data also looking good.
Forecasts & Outlook Q4 2021
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Forecasts & Outlook Q4 2021

The economy continues to recover and GDP finally returned to pre-pandemic levels in Q4. More expansion is expected in 2022, but cost of living pressures are likely to limit growth in the short term.
Wider South East Q4 2021
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Wider South East Q4 2021

House prices and rents across the wider South East grew strongly in Q4, with annual increases of around 10% – in line with the national picture.
London sales & rental review Q4 2021
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London sales & rental review Q4 2021

The sales and rental markets in London both showed strong growth in Q4, but overall have not quite kept pace with the rest of the country through the pandemic period.
Development review Q4 2021
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Development review Q4 2021

The end of 2021 saw housing supply broadly continuing in line with recent trends at national level and in London, having now recovered to pre-pandemic levels but, unlike second hand market activity, not surpassed them.
UK rental market Q4 2021
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UK rental market Q4 2021

Rental growth was very high in 2021, as high as 10% at national level on Rightmove’s index. This is driven by demand continuing to outstrip supply across most regions, property types and price points.
UK sales market Q4 2021
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UK sales market Q4 2021

Q4 was the first quarter for over a year with no stamp duty discount available, but the sales market maintained momentum and finished the year with double-digit price growth. Transactions have so far avoided the steep drop off expected in some quarters, despite shortages of stock for sale.
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Connecting the UK

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Wider South East Q3 2021
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Wider South East Q3 2021

High levels of house price growth were seen in both the sales and rental markets of the wider South East in Q3, continuing the trend seen throughout 2021 so far.
UK economic outlook Q3 2021
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UK economic outlook Q3 2021

There was a stop-start nature to the economic recovery in Q3, with shortages of labour and materials taking over from pandemic restrictions as the main drag on growth.
Forecasts & outlook Q3 2021
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Forecasts & outlook Q3 2021

The economy is recovering ahead of the initially expected schedule and, while this should continue next year, there are risks that supply chain and labour issues could push inflation well above target.
UK development review Q3 2021
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UK development review Q3 2021

More of the same for the development statistics in Q3 as pre-pandemic levels of output continue both at national and London level.
UK rental review Q3 2021
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UK rental review Q3 2021

The rental market recovery strengthened further in Q3, with high demand and low supply conditions continuing across the country.
UK sales review Q3 2021
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UK sales review Q3 2021

The high demand and relatively low supply environment persisted in Q3, meaning more house price growth and continuing high levels of activity as buyers competed over available homes.
London sales & rental review Q3 2021
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London sales & rental review Q3 2021

The London rental market was very strong in Q3, across both the prime and mainstream sectors, as demand increased significantly due to returning office workers and the usual seasonal boost from students and graduates.
Forecasts & outlook Q2 2021
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Forecasts & outlook Q2 2021

UK house price growth is expected to continue, but at a slower pace after a very strong start to the year. The momentum built up is such that falls are not anticipated, even as Government employment support schemes are withdrawn.
Wider South East Q2 2021
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Wider South East Q2 2021

The wider South East is seeing strong house price and rental growth in 2021, outperforming London but broadly in line with national trends.
London sales & rental review Q2 2021
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London sales & rental review Q2 2021

The mainstream London sales market has held up well through the pandemic but is lagging the very strong growth seen in other regions. Its rental market is weaker but showing signs of recovery.
UK economic outlook Q2 2021
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UK economic outlook Q2 2021

The recovery continues but the economy remains smaller than before the pandemic and a range of risks persist.
UK development review Q2 2021
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UK development review Q2 2021

Housebuilding in Q2 continued in line with pre-pandemic trends at national level. London saw stronger performance, boosted by the improving lettings market driving a recovery in activity in the Build to Rent sector.
UK rental review Q2 2021
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UK rental review Q2 2021

Rents hit record highs again in Q2 at national level and, while the split between London and other regions continued, there were signs that demand in city centres is recovering.
UK sales review Q2 2021
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UK sales review Q2 2021

At national level the sellers’ market continues, with high demand and relatively low supply pushing up prices and turnover. Most of the benefit of the stamp duty holiday has gone, but other factors such as higher levels of savings, low interest rates, and lifestyle re-evaluation continue to drive activity.
What is the future of Prime Central London?
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What is the future of Prime Central London?

Prime Central London has had to adapt and evolve to meet the changing needs of the rich and famous for hundreds of years. It now faces new challenges – not just thanks to Brexit and the immediate impacts of the global pandemic – but also longer-term issues like changing lifestyle preferences and climate change.
Prime Central London’s global demand & local markets
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Prime Central London’s global demand & local markets

Prime Central London attracts people from across the world, with demand for homes reflecting global political and economic trends. But local factors are also important. Each sub-market of Prime Central London has its own appeal to different people.
What is Prime Central London?
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What is Prime Central London?

There is no single definition of Prime Central London, and it continues to change and evolve depending on the demands and fashions of the time. Prime Central London has seen huge change since it emerged from the fields and marshes of the 18th century.
The evolution of Prime Central London report
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The evolution of Prime Central London report

The evolution of Prime Central London report is the first of Cluttons’ series of new research looking at the opportunities and challenges facing the UK’s housing market. We start our series by focusing on Prime Central London.
Forecasts & outlook Q1 2021
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Forecasts & outlook Q1 2021

UK house price growth is likely to slow in the second half of the year as the Stamp Duty holiday reaches its end and government support schemes are withdrawn. Rents in Prime Central London are expected to bounce back slightly this year after a very poor 2020. Next year could see strong growth for both sales and rental values as the London economy, and its global connections, get back closer to normal.
Wider South East Q1 2021
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Wider South East Q1 2021

The wider South East saw strong house price growth in Q1, and the average time taken to rent a property reached record lows. The pandemic may be impacting the locations people choose, perhaps leaving traditionally popular commuter towns overlooked.
Prime Central London Q1 2021
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Prime Central London Q1 2021

Prime Central London sales values continued to fall in Q1, but transaction numbers and stock levels were up on the same period last year which suggests increased confidence in the market. The rental market is still weak, but sentiment has improved relative to late last year.
Greater London sales & rental review Q1 2021
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Greater London sales & rental review Q1 2021

Annual house price growth is positive in Greater London, at above 4%. But transaction levels are below their long-run average and rental growth is negative. Leading indicators show the capital underperforming the rest of England on all three metrics.
Residential development Q1 2021
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Residential development Q1 2021

K residential development output appears to have fully recovered, albeit recent activity has not made up for the drop in supply in Q2 2020. New build sales and development activity in London remains slow, but agents and developers are positive about the longer-term outlook.
UK rental review Q1 2021
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UK rental review Q1 2021

The UK lettings market started 2021 in robust fashion, with sentiment in Q1 pointing towards higher demand and price growth. There is, however, growing evidence of a potentially significant problem with arrears in the private rented sector.
UK sales review Q1 2021
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UK sales review Q1 2021

A year on from the first lockdown and the UK housing market continues to defy the negative economic news, with values up again in Q1 and activity remaining strong. On an annual basis prices are up 5.7% according to the Nationwide index, and mortgage approvals in February were 20% higher than the same month a year ago.
UK economic outlook Q4 2020
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UK economic outlook Q4 2020

The restrictions due to the second lockdown – the so-called ‘circuit-breaker’ – caused a further fall in GDP in November, 2.6% below the previous month. On an annual basis, output has fallen 8.9%, and is currently 8.5% below the pre-pandemic level (February 2020).
Forecasts & outlook Q4 2020
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Forecasts & outlook Q4 2020

The table below shows Experian’s latest house price forecasts for Cluttons, all based on their latest central economic scenario of GDP returning to end-2019 levels in early 2023 – this is a slower recovery than expected last quarter.
Prime Central London Q4 2020
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Prime Central London Q4 2020

There were further decreases for sales values and rents in Q4, according to Cluttons Prime Central London Index, shown in Figure 1. Although the pace of quarter-on-quarter decreases slowed, the annual falls reached 13.2% for sales and 17.8% for rents.
Wider South East Q4 2020
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Wider South East Q4 2020

The wider South East saw strong price growth in Q4, in line with the performance of the UK market, according to the Nationwide indices.
London development Q4 2020
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London development Q4 2020

Q4 was a slower one for new build sales and development activity in London, with all three main metrics lower than Q4 2019, according to the latest data from Molior, shown in Table 1. Molior’s January report noted distinct patterns of behaviour across 2020’s four quarters, not all driven by the pandemic.
Greater London sales & rental review Q4 2020
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Greater London sales & rental review Q4 2020

In terms of sentiment 2020 was a case of London vs. the rest, with stories of buyers keen to move to larger homes in the country now they can, or must, work from home and avoid the commute.
England residential development Q4 2020
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England residential development Q4 2020

Q4 saw the residential development sector try to make up lost ground from the first lockdown, partially succeeding.
UK rental review Q4 2020
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UK rental review Q4 2020

After much volatility in Q2 and 3, sentiment in the national lettings market (outside London) settled back towards pre-pandemic trends in Q4, despite continuing lockdown restrictions.
UK sales review Q4 2020
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UK sales review Q4 2020

UK house prices finished a volatile year over 5% up on where they started, according to the main indices (+7.3% Nationwide, +6.0% Halifax).
UK residential sales review Q3 2020
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UK residential sales review Q3 2020

strong summer, defying the economic weakness caused by the COVID-19 lockdown and continuing restrictions. The third quarter of 2020 saw recovering activity levels and price increases, according to the main indicators.
London development Q3 2020
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London development Q3 2020

Activity levels in the London development market bounced back strongly in Q3 across all three main metrics (starts, completions and sales), according to Molior data as shown in Table 1. This suggests the impact of lockdown was short-lived and contained to the previous quarter.
Greater London sales & rental review Q3 2020
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Greater London sales & rental review Q3 2020

Much of the commentary around London property in the pandemic has suggested that increased working from home and a desire for more space – particularly gardens – could really reshape the market as people and businesses abandon the city.
UK development overview Q3 2020
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UK development overview Q3 2020

We saw last quarter that residential development activity quickly recovered to pre-pandemic levels once sites were able to open up again.
Forecasts & outlook Q3 2020
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Forecasts & outlook Q3 2020

Experian’s latest house price forecasts for Cluttons are shown in the table below, based on their central economic scenario of a ‘delayed V-shape’, which sees UK GDP recover to pre-pandemic levels at the start of 2022.
Prime Central London Q3 2020
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Prime Central London Q3 2020

The Cluttons Prime Central London Index, shown in Figure 1, reported that sales values in PCL were 8.4% lower in Q3 2020 than a year earlier, the seventeenth consecutive quarter of annual price falls.
UK economic outlook Q3 2020
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UK economic outlook Q3 2020

The economic data reported since our last update appears to have finished off any hopes of a ‘V-shaped’ recovery.
UK rental review Q3 2020
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UK rental review Q3 2020

The national lettings market continued its post-pandemic recovery in Q3, apart from in London where high supply and low demand continued to put downward pressure on rents.
Wider South East Q3 2020
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Wider South East Q3 2020

tracking the national average for several years, whereas London has seen more volatility, according to the Nationwide indices.
Forecasts & outlook Q2 2020
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Forecasts & outlook Q2 2020

PCL values set to bounce back next year but UK recovery delayed until 2022. Will Brexit and potential tax reform throw things off course?
Wider South East Q2 2020
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Wider South East Q2 2020

Stamp Duty holiday and desire for space see interest rise across wider South East.
UK rental review Q2 2020
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UK rental review Q2 2020

Rental market bounces back but outlook is mixed as increases in remote working and studying could limit demand in some sectors.
Greater London sales & rental review Q2 2020
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Greater London sales & rental review Q2 2020

London’s rental market set to struggle while buyer demand remains robust despite stretched affordability – and is given further boost by Stamp Duty holiday.
Prime Central London Q2 2020
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Prime Central London Q2 2020

Rental and sales values dip across all Prime Central London areas but activity continues where buyer and seller expectations are aligned.
London development Q2 2020
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London development Q2 2020

Sales and construction hit by pandemic in Q2 but latest completions data is more positive.
UK economic outlook Q2 2020
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UK economic outlook Q2 2020

Slow initial recovery and scale of government support suggest difficult time ahead for economy.
UK development overview Q2 2020
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UK development overview Q2 2020

Housebuilding sites reopen and developers get boost from increased planning flexibility.
UK sales review Q2 2020
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UK sales review Q2 2020

Early indicators suggest post-lockdown surge for sales market, but how long can it be sustained?
London residential development Q1 2020
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London residential development Q1 2020

The pandemic introduces additional risks to the Central London new build market, on top of its general impact.
Residential London review Q1 2020
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Residential London review Q1 2020

As COVID-19 stalls sustained price growth in Greater London, we review recent data indicating already decelerating growth in high-value locations.
Prime Central London review Q1 2020
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Prime Central London review Q1 2020

Initial research suggests activity in Prime Central London (PCL) will be particularly affected by COVID-19, but discretionary buyers and sellers may help the market recover quicker than other parts of the UK.
UK residential forecast Q1 2020
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UK residential forecast Q1 2020

The extent and duration of the health and economic crises caused by COVID-19 are still unknown, casting a shadow over the economy.
UK Home Counties review Q1 2020
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UK Home Counties review Q1 2020

Sales market sees values across all counties close to flat over the past year, with activity slightly down overall.
UK residential development review Q1 2020
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UK residential development review Q1 2020

As many sites’ shutdown at the start of lockdown, new build development is subject to the twin effects of an uncertain economy and the physical disruption.
UK rental review Q1 2020
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UK rental review Q1 2020

As new landlord instructions and rent expectation figures drop to their lowest ever levels, how will rents be impacted later in the year?
UK economic outlook Q1 2020
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UK economic outlook Q1 2020

Initial data measuring the economy post-shutdown suggested a large impact. But as the Coronavirus pandemic continues, the Government’s unprecedented response gives hope that that the outcome will be better than initially expected.
UK residential sales review Q1 2020
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UK residential sales review Q1 2020

At the end of 2019, the UK’s housing markets were starting to emerge from a long period of ‘wait and see’. By January, UK sales expectations were the highest they’d been since the end of 2015. But before the quarter ended, COVID-19 brought transactions levels to an immediate halt. Here, we assess the potential impact on housing throughout the rest of the year.
Residential market outlook, September 2019
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Residential market outlook, September 2019

Price corrections leading to an increase in buyer enquiries.
Residential market outlook June 2019
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Residential market outlook June 2019

Brexit continues to dominate the headlines. Resilient buyers sought to close deals across the capital before the 29 March deadline, others are watching and waiting for a clarity and certainty that, despite the extension, remains elusive.
London residential market outlook winter 2018/19
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London residential market outlook winter 2018/19

Cluttons has released its Winter 2018/19 Residential Market Outlook report.

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Alpine ski retreats: Winter homes in Menthon Saint Bernard & Veyrier Du Lac

As the ski season is well underway in the French Alps, the quaint towns of Menthon Saint Bernard and Veyrier Du Lac become the backdrop for a British escape.
Rooftops ready for Rudolph: 3 homes primed for Santa’s London landing
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Rooftops ready for Rudolph: 3 homes primed for Santa’s London landing

In the hustle and bustle of the festive season, one important question that may slip your mind is, “Where is Santa and his fleet of reindeer going to land?”
The King’s speech 2023: leasehold, freehold and renters (reform) bill highlights
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The King’s speech 2023: leasehold, freehold and renters (reform) bill highlights

Charles III delivered his first King’s speech as monarch to parliament on 7 November 2023. In the speech, the King announced the government’s commitment to rent reforms and leasehold changes.
Top 10 ways to increase the sustainability & value of your home
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Top 10 ways to increase the sustainability & value of your home

Cluttons has spotted a huge surge in searches for “sustainable home  trends”, with the term having 150% increase over the past year, this increase mirrors the ongoing discussions about how we all need to start taking more responsibility for the environment.
How often do you think of the roman empire…and its influence on London architecture?
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How often do you think of the roman empire…and its influence on London architecture?

With searches for “Roman Empire” reaching a 10 year high this month in the US, most likely due to this viral TikTok trend,  it got us thinking…what influence did the Roman Empire have on London Architecture?
Pumpkin Spice & all things nice – 5 interior trends for Autumn
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Pumpkin Spice & all things nice – 5 interior trends for Autumn

Autumn brings with it a rich tapestry of design trends destined to transform Central London’s residential landscape.
Barbie goes to…the Algarve? 3 properties that’ll have you tickled pink
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Barbie goes to…the Algarve? 3 properties that’ll have you tickled pink

With the world still crawling with ‘Barbie Fever’ as the film topped $1 billion at the global box office, could a pink property be your new dream house?
What does the mini budget mean for property?
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What does the mini budget mean for property?

Mini Budget: our experts’ analysis from a property perspective and their calls to action.
Cluttons opens a new office in the Algarve, Portugal
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Cluttons opens a new office in the Algarve, Portugal

Cluttons are delighted to announce the launch of a new office in the Algarve, Portugal. The new office is located 15 minutes from Faro airport in the Algarve’s Golden Triangle, between Quinta do Lago and Vale do Lobo.
Spring statement 2022 comments
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Spring statement 2022 comments

On Wednesday 23 March 2022, the Chancellor gave the Spring Statement to Parliament. Here, our residential and commercial teams highlight key points, and the potential impact on the UK property market.
Changes and opportunities: Portugal’s Golden Visa for British Buyers
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Changes and opportunities: Portugal’s Golden Visa for British Buyers

With Brexit implications restricting time allowed in the EU, and the pandemic dramatically effecting the way we live and work, it’s no surprise that Portugal’s Golden Visa program is becoming increasingly popular with British buyers.
Return of the pied-à-terre: 7 properties available to buy or rent now
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Return of the pied-à-terre: 7 properties available to buy or rent now

In our recent blog article, Cluttons’ James Hyman highlighted that a return of the pied-à-terre purchaser was beginning to fill the first-time-buyer-shaped hole in demand felt across London since June.
7 Greater London residential-led development opportunities
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7 Greater London residential-led development opportunities

On behalf of London City Mission, seven individual residential-led development opportunities. All within Greater London locations.
The impact of climate change on flooding in the UK
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The impact of climate change on flooding in the UK

The Environment Agency (EA) have previously shared that 5.2 million homes and businesses across England are at risk of flooding; that’s one in every six properties.
Understanding flood risk guarantees protection
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Understanding flood risk guarantees protection

Earlier this week the Environment Agency (EA) warned members of the public to be aware of the risk of flooding to their property. And with the Met Office forewarning of a particularly wet winter ahead (21/22) this could prove to very timely.
Flooding isn’t all about riverbanks overflowing
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Flooding isn’t all about riverbanks overflowing

When you hear the word flooding does your mind quickly flash to torrential rain causing riverbanks to overtop and dams to burst?
If there is a race to net zero, no one’s a winner
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If there is a race to net zero, no one’s a winner

I’m not in favour of the phrase ‘race to net zero’. This implies there will be winners and losers and that it’s primarily a competition.
COP26: it’s time to make a watertight investment
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COP26: it’s time to make a watertight investment

On 13 October 2021 the Environmental Agency published warnings on climate change and how we must all “adapt or die.”
Autumn Budget: our experts give their reactions
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Autumn Budget: our experts give their reactions

Our experts give their reaction to the Autumn Budget.
Property has a key role in partnering with the LGBTQ+ community
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Property has a key role in partnering with the LGBTQ+ community

As Freehold LGBTQ+’s oldest partner, Cluttons has recognised the importance of diversity and inclusion in real estate for a while now.
5 post-pandemic trends shaping the Central London sales & lettings market
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5 post-pandemic trends shaping the Central London sales & lettings market

The COVID-19 pandemic led to dramatic changes in how we live and work and has had a huge impact on the UK housing market.
RNLI Porsche 911 Challenge team successfully drives to all 51 RNLI lifeboat stations in just 9.11 days
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RNLI Porsche 911 Challenge team successfully drives to all 51 RNLI lifeboat stations in just 9.11 days

Cluttons is delighted to have supported this this year’s RNLI-911 Challenge in aid of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
More female leaders essential for young talent entering the real estate industry
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More female leaders essential for young talent entering the real estate industry

Diversity and gender equality simply must not be a tick box exercise.
Cluttons launches remaining 11 units at iconic former BBC TV Centre
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Cluttons launches remaining 11 units at iconic former BBC TV Centre

The hugely successful scheme has just released the last 11 units of a total of 432 new homes. The Crescent and The Helios are collections of new apartments and penthouses that offer the rare opportunity to live in a listed mid-century modern masterpiece in a fantastic West London location.
Why landlords need to think of EV charging as the technology of today
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Why landlords need to think of EV charging as the technology of today

The electric vehicle market in the UK is gaining momentum and the popularity of electric vehicles is steadily growing.
Cluttons adds further senior appointment to newly launched Manchester office
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Cluttons adds further senior appointment to newly launched Manchester office

Strategic property consultancy Cluttons, has appointed David Allen as partner in its building & project management team.
Why local authorities and landlords must act fast to facilitate the growth in electric vehicles
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Why local authorities and landlords must act fast to facilitate the growth in electric vehicles

By 2030 it is estimated that nearly 5 million electric vehicles will be on the road throughout Britain, however, with consumers questioning whether their priorities for EV will be met, will this statistic become reality?
Webinar: How is Prime Central London residential evolving?
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Webinar: How is Prime Central London residential evolving?

As we near the pandemic recovery period, our expert panel discusses what trends will continue and are they set to alter the boundaries of Prime Central London residential as we know them?
Top tips for first-time home buyers
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Top tips for first-time home buyers

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Portugal’s Golden opportunity
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Portugal’s Golden opportunity

Following the UK’s departure from the EU, Cluttons’ Portugal have seen a spike in interest from UK citizens looking to take advantage of the country’s popular Golden Visa.
Cluttons hires Scott Joseph as head of Hyde Park office
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Cluttons hires Scott Joseph as head of Hyde Park office

London May 2021 – Cluttons, the property consultancy, has appointed Scott Joseph to head up their Hyde Park residential sales and lettings office.
Understanding Portugal’s Golden Visa for British Buyers
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Understanding Portugal’s Golden Visa for British Buyers

Following the UK’s departure from the EU, Cluttons’ office in Portugal has seen a spike in interest from UK buyers looking to take advantage of the country’s popular Golden Visa program.
International virtual tour: Campo de Ourique, Lisbon
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International virtual tour: Campo de Ourique, Lisbon

Allow us to set the scene; you’ve had a long day exploring the local delights. You arrive home to your beautiful villa and head straight up to the balcony to relax with a chilled glass of Porto wine.
Is your home at risk of flooding?
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Is your home at risk of flooding?

Flooding can be devastating; it can destroy properties and within it, precious possessions and memories. At the end of last year, the Environment Agency shared that at any given time 5.2 million homes and businesses are at risk of flooding across England.
Connectivity: how big an impact will it have on residential property transactions in 2021?
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Connectivity: how big an impact will it have on residential property transactions in 2021?

Whilst good connectivity has always been a factor in the property decision-making process (no one wants their streaming to be interrupted by constant buffering), it is becoming increasingly important to home hunters in the UK.
A home from home: working from abroad
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A home from home: working from abroad

Has lockdown made you consider working from abroad?
Don’t let flooding turn off the lights
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Don’t let flooding turn off the lights

It is not only the direct risk of flooding which can impact your home or business, it is also the indirect impact of flooding at critical infrastructure sites that can put you in the dark.
8 tips for new landlords
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8 tips for new landlords

Cluttons’ Tower Bridge and Islington lettings expert, Chris Morris, shares his top tips for those who are thinking of renting out their properties
London residential: what’s happening on the ground?
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London residential: what’s happening on the ground?

2020 has been a roller coaster ride for the UK economy and residential property markets. When the March lockdown and a temporary shutdown of the housing market was announced, predictions were catastrophic.
London residential: what’s happening on the ground?
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London residential: what’s happening on the ground?

2020 has been a roller coaster ride for the UK economy and residential property markets. When the March lockdown and a temporary shutdown of the housing market was announced, predictions were catastrophic. However, changes in consumer behaviour and Government incentives have contributed to a surprising bounce back for some markets.
6 tips for selling your property quickly in the current climate
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6 tips for selling your property quickly in the current climate

Do you want to be in your new home by Christmas or the New Year? James Hyman, head of residential sales at Cluttons, gives his advice to sellers wanting to speed up the sales process of their property.
Property of the month: peek inside this five storey riverfront house for sale in Rotherhithe for £1.75m
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Property of the month: peek inside this five storey riverfront house for sale in Rotherhithe for £1.75m

Join us as we peek inside a charming riverfront home in Rotherhithe Village, with extensive outside spaces and inimitable views of the Thames and some of London’s most famous landmarks.
Bankside buzz is drawing in investors
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Bankside buzz is drawing in investors

Bankside has it all – a central location, growing transport links, a lively cultural scene and a burgeoning reputation as a business hub, making it a safe bet when investing in property.
Royal-tea: tour Queen Elizabeth’s 1949 Maltese home from the comfort of your couch
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Royal-tea: tour Queen Elizabeth’s 1949 Maltese home from the comfort of your couch

Cluttons’ Maltese associate partner, Dhalia, has collaborated with Heritage Malta to grant exclusive access to some of the country’s most awe-inspiring locations.
New permitted development rights for homeowners to build upwards
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New permitted development rights for homeowners to build upwards

Changes in permitted development rights announced by the government will allow upward extension on purpose-built residential buildings to create new homes without the need for planning permission.
Cluttons welcomes Ofcom’s plans to accelerate fibre rollout
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Cluttons welcomes Ofcom’s plans to accelerate fibre rollout

Charles Thomas, head of fibre networks at Cluttons, the property consultancy and market leading adviser to the largest mobile operators and fixed-line providers, said:
Cluttons hires new head of portfolio and lettings management
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Cluttons hires new head of portfolio and lettings management

Cluttons has hired Eve Larard-Tansley has head of portfolio and lettings management.
Cluttons hires development and planning head
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Cluttons hires development and planning head

Cluttons has hired Steve Cooper as head of development and planning with a remit to grow this area of expertise as part of the business’s strategic plan.
Victoria Martin proves resi is relevant at EG’s Future Female Leaders
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Victoria Martin proves resi is relevant at EG’s Future Female Leaders

Twelve women who work across property joined forces with EG and Ginger Public Speaking as part of the Future Female Leaders programme.
Cluttons expands its property management team with new hire
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Cluttons expands its property management team with new hire

Cluttons, the property consultancy, has appointed Claire Collins as head of block management, further strengthening its London-based property management team.
Cluttons market leaders in unique homes
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Cluttons market leaders in unique homes

The award-winning team at Cluttons explains why they are market leaders in finding the right buyer for spaces with a story to tell.

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