Monthly Archives: July 2016

‘Generation Rent’ is Taking Over London

It may not seem like it, but a significant change is occurring in the London landscape.

Through our years of service, we have witnessed countless events and shifts in the city, specifically its edifices. Besides the new structure that pops up here and there, the London infrastructure remains largely unchanged. The real shift actually concerns the ownership rate of these buildings — a rate that has been declining for the past several years.

A Different Living Arrangement

According to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers survey, around 60 […]