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London’s residential property markets have laboured under new additional stamp duties imposed since 2015, and market uncertainty has persisted since the Brexit referendum in 2016. Earlier this month, British politicians were given six more months to reach common ground regarding Brexit terms.

Assuming a reasonable Brexit occurs before the end of this year, JLL projects that prices of Central London residential developments will grow by 1.5% this year compared to 0.5% growth in Greater London and the entire UK. By 2021, the price growth forecast for Central London properties could reach 5%, more than the 4% projected for prime Central London properties and 3% for the UK residential market.


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