Katherine McCullough, development director at Merchant Land was invited to join the expert panel at a breakfast seminar hosted by London-based property consultants, Cluttons. The event, which took place at Cluttons’ head office in Portman House, saw the presentation of its latest research on residential migration across London, followed by a panel discussion.
The report, which was conducted through the Consumer Data Research Centre, analyses migration patterns around the capital, offering insight into where people are moving, the drivers for their location decisions and their aspirations for future property moves.
Katherine was joined on the panel by John Archbold, head of property risk and special servicing at Aldermore, Councillor Jonathan Glanz from Westminster City Council and James Hyman, head of residential agency at Cluttons. The panel were selected to discuss the key findings of the research, including what impact commute times have on where people choose to live. It also offered insight into migration flows within or to neighbouring boroughs and a deeper understanding of neighbourhood characteristics and what factors are important to buyers.
The well-attended event was extremely insightful and gave Cluttons’ clients exclusive insight into a topic that will have a significant impact on the London housing market’s future.
The full report, ‘Residential mobility in London: Unlocking migration patterns’ can be downloaded here
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