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Posted: 29th March
By: rlf

The property industry is showing glimmers of digital disruption

Think of the last time you paid a water bill – did you walk into the bank and hand over a cheque? Probably not.

The likelihood is you paid it online, in a few clicks. The same goes for booking your last holiday, putting a deposit down on your last car, and ordering your last weekly shop.

With so many industries adopting digital channels and slashing the time and effort it takes to get things done, it begs the...

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Posted: 21st March
By: rlf

Property news: a patch of roof in London goes on sale for £450,000

In a piece of astonishing property news, a patch of roof in South London has been put on the market for £450,000, in what has to be one of the capital’s most ludicrous property offers yet.

For the hefty price tag, buyers can pick up a third-floor terrace in Bermondsey Street, which comes with planning permission to build a 53 square-metre one-bedroom apartment, equipped with a lounge-cum-diner, bathroom and ter...

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Posted: 15th March
By: rlf

Property demands: London needs 8 more Canary Wharfs by 2036

London’s soaring population will soon outstrip its historic peak of 8.61 million in 1939, rising to 10 million by 2036; according to a new report by Boris Johnson’s Design Advisory Group.

The Good Growth Agenda is a report examining how London can address its rapid population rise, the recommendations of which will be launched throughout February at a series of public events, organised by New London Architectu...

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Posted: 7th March
By: rlf

3 emerging trends in the construction industry

It’s a time of great change in the construction industry. We’re seeing a lot of advancements when it comes to adopting new technologies onsite, with many companies moving towards running fully paperless jobsites.

While some businesses are adapting quickly, others are finding it more difficult to take the plunge. The threat of a technological divide makes it more important than ever to pay attention to emerging...

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