London’s dominance of the global property market

London’s dominance of the global property market

The London property market continues to hold its position as a prime investment destination despite continued ever-increasing prices and diminishing yields. High occupier demand and its role in the international financial marketplace has meant it has remained largely resilient to political, social and market change. But can this last?


Head of Real Estate

KPMG in the UK


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London’s dominance of the global property market

To coincide with the British Property Federation’s 2015 annual conference, which this year focuses on change in the UK’s property market, KPMG’s real estate leadership team have asked themselves whether London’s dominance can remain over the next decade.

Key highlights include:

  • Andy Pyle, Partner, Real Estate Transaction Services, sets out his argument for London’s continued success, citing factors which first made London attractive.
  • Bill Holland, Partner, Real Estate Audit and Douglas Marvin, Associate Director, Real Estate Evaluations, add their own cautionary notes on infrastructure and political uncertainty.

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Real estate has become a global asset class. Lenders have returned to the market and demand is up but the sector is not without risk.

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