London Development Barometer

London's realty market keeps politics at bay

24 November 2017

Since the Brexit referendum, the UK has effectively been on hold.

The property market however has remained active, supported with continuing foreign investment. Domestic players are finding themselves competing for land or assets against the weight of money and demand from overseas.


Read more in Gulf News > 



Government holding back development, survey finds

27 October 2017

Around 86% of the capital's development industry believes that the government is not doing enough to enable London development activity.


243 industry professionals took part in the inaugural London Development Barometer by M3 Consulting, a poll designed to provide a snapshot of industry sentiment from property specialists and decision makers involved in London development activities. Read more in Costar > 

Survey predicts fall in London development

26 October 2017

Development in London is being constrained by central and local government inertia, according to the first London Development Barometer.


The survey of property leaders, conducted by M3 Consulting, found that 86% of total respondents think central and local governments are discouraging development activity or that they are not doing enough. More than half (57%) anticipated less development activity in the capital over the next five years than in the past five years as a result.  Read more in Property Week > 

Press release: 86% of industry believes government is not doing enough

25 October 2017

Press Release


86% of industry believes government is not doing enough to enable development activity in the capital

Read more >

London Development Barometer - Autumn 2017

25 October 2017

The results are in for the first London Development Barometer.  In a year where uncertainty is becoming the new normal, 243 industry professionals, with an average of 21 years' experience and representing a cross section of sectors and expertise, have delivered a clear verdict: central and local governments need to do more to enable London development activity over the next five years.

Read more >