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High end property owners in West Prime Central London breathe a huge sigh of relief

High end property owners in West Prime Central London breathe a huge sigh of relief

by Adrian Black, Thursday 14 May 2015

Never has there been the degree of concern in west prime central London as existed before this General Election. T...

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Under 100 days to the general election on May 7th - the starting gun has fired - and nothing has happened...

Under 100 days to the general election on May 7th - the starting gun has fired - and nothing has happened...

by Adrian Black, Thursday 29 January 2015

The election will be upon us much sooner than we know. It’s really interesting that the 100 day countdown arrived thi...

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Is Mansion Tax going to morph to a tenant tax?

Is Mansion Tax going to morph to a tenant tax?

by Adrian Black, Thursday 22 January 2015

Just a simple observation that tenants pay council tax.  If the bands of council tax are changed or the amounts payab...

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As predicted, spend on London property has fallen sharply - perhaps by a half, possibly more

As predicted, spend on London property has fallen sharply - perhaps by a half, possibly more

by Adrian Black, Thursday 08 January 2015

The latest Land Registry information analysed for west prime central London property market shows a very sharp drop i...

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Autumn Statement - more tax on London property

Autumn Statement - more tax on London property

by Adrian Black, Thursday 04 December 2014

As we predicted the tax take rates on London property is increasing and I also expect it will increase further - also...

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Mansion Tax is Really a Prime Central London Tax

Mansion Tax is Really a Prime Central London Tax

by Adrian Black, Monday 30 June 2014

Reporting of mansion tax and political focus continues.  I estimate with a broad back of the envelope calculation ...

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Spend, volume and prices all up  - Q1 2014 versus Q1 2013

Spend, volume and prices all up - Q1 2014 versus Q1 2013

by Adrian Black, Monday 12 May 2014

Total spend estimated to be up £300m from £1.3bn to £1.6bn and an additional 80 transactions (from 820 to 900) in are...

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