Qandor Magazine FEBRUARY issue is out now, featuring my article on the importance of sustainable construction and how investors can meet the rising demand for sustainable homes. [ …..]
I was asked to be a contributing author in The Times.
Featured in ‘The Caterer’ for our Oval aparthotel proposal.
COVID-19 has forced the construction industry to examine carefully, how it conducts business. As a result of coronavirus, construction was left in lockdown limbo, with ambiguous and unclear advice on what was or was not safe.
I’m not sure that this is what I had envisaged happening when I agreed to provide comments to Metro on moving and viewing properties during the lockdown.
It was great to be asked to contribute to this article in the Metro.
The last month has seen a significant change to the short-term outlook for the UK and the world as a result of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. [………..]
There’s no refuting the effect of Brexit on the UK. It’s created turbulent waters for developers and investors alike.
Those who wish to ride the wave of uncertainty unscathed must move in the direction of certainty. At the moment the residential market in London and the South East is flat. Prime Central London has seen a precipitous decline, losing 20-30% in the last few years, though there is one sector showing a lot of opportunities. […………]
A lot of people ask me how to become a property developer. Given that I have been doing it for the last 16 years, built over 100 properties with a total value of over £20m and accumulated an investment portfolio of over 50 residential and commercial properties, I should know something about that by now.
Selective Sourcing of development sites simply means being careful about what you buy. We ensure that, based on the planning permission the site has when we purchase it, the project is profitable.