PropCast: The London Property Market with Cluttons head of residential

The London property market is as challenging as it has ever been, says Cluttons head of residential James Hyman, the head of residential at Cluttons,...

Blackstock interviews ex-Haringey councillor on the Momentum takeover

The removal of Haringey’s council leader and many of its councillors, together with the jeopardy the councils development deal with Lendlease now finds itself in...

Red revolution: London awaits Labour takeover

Renowned journalist Dave Hill and Assael’s Russell Pedley discuss what changes London could be hit with if Labour take control, as expected, of the majority...

London’s red mist: What council elections will mean for London property

A political red mist is descending over London and it’s getting thicker. Blackstock policy experts Andrew Teacher and Ayrton Dhillon discuss what the upcoming council...

Bank pullout, passporting cut could put 26 million sq ft of London office space at risk

A report in today’s Observer claims leading banks will pull out of London early next year. As well as the obvious impact on the financial...

What if James Murray is right?

The only thing more predictable than the downward spiral of the Battersea prime bubble was the swell of discord from London’s property developers over the...

London housing: Between a Trot and hard face

With some flats in central London costing more than a private island, its small wonder housing is considered the number one issue facing the capital....

Sadiq shock horror: another housing manifesto from an opportunistic politician

Sadiq Khan’s housing manifesto is the political equivalent of a cover band: it hits all the right notes but with something sadly vapid about its...

What do L&G, the London Land Commission and Amazon have in common?

If hot air built homes, there’d be no housing crisis in Britain. And apart from the Battersea Power Station house of cards, there’s been no...

Why Tube saga could be the death rattle for unions as driverless vehicles emerge

This summer London was plagued by strikes on its transport network. These could potentially carry on into the winter as union staff continue to bang...

Sadiq Khan’s housing policies would make crisis worse

On Wednesday morning, Labour’s Tooting MP Sadiq Khan kicked off the next stage of the London mayoral race by delivering a speech at the Labour...

London needs a mayor with backbone

Say what you like about Boris Johnson, but, Heathrow aside, the man is clearly a fan of flagship infrastructure projects (not all of them worthwhile...