A Closer Look At Mayfair’s Prime Economy
A Period of Transformation
We’ve summarised some of the key highlights from Wetherell’s report into the prime property economy of Mayfair – one of prime central London’s most fabulous neighbourhoods.
Who’s Buying London’s Prime Property?
New Figures Released by Hamptons International
At Janine Stone, we have broken down and reviewed who’s buying London’s prime property based on figures released by Hamptons International.
Reactions To Brexit: UK Prime Property Sector
It’s official, after 43 year’s Britain will leave the European Union. We’ve rounded up the immediate reactions of those within the prime residential development sector.
To Brexit or to Bremain?
Gideon Stone with House & Garden Magazine
Our Managing Director, Gideon Stone, spoke to House & Garden Magazine about how remaining or leaving the EU could impact businesses in the prime property and luxury interior design services sector.
The General Election and Prime Property:
Relief and a thriving future by Simon Barnes
Find out what effects the general election could have on prime property in London. Simon Barnes gives an insightful look into what affect the general election would have on prime property.
The Budget Review 2015
By Matthew Oates of MJO Wealth Management
The Chancellor has delivered his Budget statement and confirmed changes previously announced in the Autumn Statement. Learn more with our 2015 budget review.
Completing the Property Picture
Middleton Advisors launch ‘Complete’
Middleton Advisors launch ‘Complete’. Read more about the service and who Middleton Advisors are with Janine Stone.
Views & Predictions On Central London Property Market | Janine Stone
By Simon Barnes
Simon Barnes goes into in depth detail on Views and Predictions on the Prime Central London Property Market in 2015.
Why Developing A Listed Building Will Cost You More | Janine Stone
Understanding VAT on Listed Buildings
In this INSIGHT paper, Dominic Parker, director of the Janine Stone Private Office, discusses the impact and implications of this significant cost increase for many homeowners and developers in the prime markets.
Understanding Subterranean Developments In London | Janine Stone
Making sense of the planning rumours
Over recent months there has been some discussion and (it might be said) rumour-mongering among property professionals that the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (“RBKC”) intends to change its planning policy to restrict any further subterranean developments. Understandably, this has caused some consternation within the industry.