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Sharing Alpha ++ status with only one other city in the world (New York City), London reigns as a global economic giant, crowned by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network. It is the largest and wealthiest capital city in Europe. In 2023, London’s GDP was recorded to be over GBP646 billion according to Oxford Economics, making  it a hub for international investors and businesses alike.

The economic powerhouse of London creates a significant need for housing and rentals, attracting people to the city for employment opportunities. Because of this, London has a rather notorious reputation for being the most expensive UK city to live in. 

Despite this, rental demand remains persistently high making London property investment an attractive option for international investors.According to the Zoopla index, rents in London have increased by 31% over the past two years. Our preferred Management & Lettings company, Complete Prime Residential, which manages over 2,000 units across its London portfolio, reported a 99.9% occupancy rate. Prices rose 3.7% over the same period to 2023. According to Savills, London is forecast to see a total 18.4% rental price increase over the next 4 years.

倫敦 in a Snapshot

Population

The total number of residents living within London’s borders exceeds 9 million today and is expected to rise to over 10 million (+10%) by 2048 as recorded by Oxford Economics.

Housing Market

London suffers from the largest undersupply of homes in the UK. Savills' housing need estimates indicate that London requires 90,000- 100,000 homes annually. This economic fundamental is a strong foundation for London property investment security and propels price growth.

Economy

According to Oxford Economics, London has seen GDP Growth of 103% since 2000, with the economy expected to reach GBP1.23 Trillion (+90%) by 2040.

為何投資英國海外物業?

倫敦是一座發展成熟的城市,擁有穩定的基礎設施,先進企業及持續上升的房屋需求,將繼續吸引投資者的目光。

倫敦的就業前景吸引大量人才湧入,成為一大趨勢。在疫情下出現新的生活方式及工作模式,在這不明朗的因素下,降低購買房屋率,反而增加了對租金的需求。

強勁的租住需求,再加上英格蘭銀行為鼓勵借貸而設定的 0.1% 的最低利率,使倫敦成為 2021年房地產投資氣氛最熾熱的主要市場之一。

London's favourable economic climate has resulted in households becoming significantly wealthier, with disposable incomes rising. According to Oxford Economics, by 2035, household disposable incomes are forecast to reach GBP323,901.3, a remarkable increase of 108% since 2000.

The number of households in the upper-income band continues to grow and is expected to reach over 2 million by 2035, an increase of 303% since 2010. This correlates to residents being able to afford higher rents and higher mortgage rates and why the demand for property in London continued despite economic headwinds in 2022, particularly in prime central London. 

In regard to London property prices, sales of GBP5m+ properties reached their highest number for the first nine months of any year since records began in 2006, according to Savills. Prime property continues to drum up interest among the wealthiest residents and international investors seeking to have a base in the financial capital of Europe, with a predicted forecast of 13.5% growth over the next 5 years in central London.

London is by far the most populous city in Western Europe, at least twice the size of Berlin and quadruple the size of Paris. According to Oxford Economics, with an average growth of 58,275 new residents per annum over the last 10 years alone, London’s population drives a strong demand for housing. There is, however, a consistent undersupply of housing across the capital city and not just in the city centre. With the population forecasted to rise a further 10%by 2040, London may be encountering a housing crisis as it struggles to keep up with supply.

London continues to maximise the potential of every available space within the city. Regeneration projects within Greater London are listed among the most ambitious in the country. In addition to the HS2 that will shorten the distance between London and Birmingham, the Elizabeth Line project connected many hard-to-reach London locations, driving up property values upon opening in 2022. 

The Battersea Power Station project is a tasteful refurbishment of the old power station, which was operational between the 1930s and 1980s. The GBP9bn project saw the creation of a vibrant, mixed-use development, a new neighbourhood and business quarter for London, serviced by a Zone 1 extension to the London Underground Northern Line and the restoration of the Grade II* Listed Power Station, which most recently opened in 2022.

The overall project is divided into eight phases, with each designed by a range of specialist architects. These include Simpson Haugh and Partners and De Rijke Marsh Morgan (dRMM) in Circus West Village (Phase 1), Wilkinson Eyre in Battersea Power Station (Phase 2), and Foster + Partners and Gehry Partners in The Electric Boulevard, Battersea Roof Gardens and Prospect Place (Phase 3).

London has over 40 universities and other higher education institutions (HE), including four of the world’s most prestigious and highly ranked universities, LSE (London School of Economics), Imperial College, UCL (University of the City of London) and King’s College. A recent UCAS survey shows that 70% of final-year students plan to stay in the capital after graduation. With the highest graduation retention rate in the UK, London has a vastly talented and educated population of young professionals, all seeking to rent and work in the city.

London has one of the highest concentrations of the 20-29 age group in Europe, resulting in a very healthy rental market. According to Savills, despite the high cost of average rent per month in London compared to the other major cities, rents are forecasted to rise by 7.2% in the cumulative 2024-2028 period.

London’s economy has grown over 126% over the last twenty years. The combined assets from London-based firms equate to approximately GBP 8.5 trillion, cementing London’s position as a global powerhouse in finance and investment.

The city is home to the world’s fastest-growing scale-up cluster, seeing a boom of new digital, tech and creative industries setting up their headquarters in the capital city. London’s economy is expected to grow by a further 56% and reach GBP1.01 trillion by 2035 based on Oxford Economics forecasts. The city also boasts the highest GDP per capita among European cities (a representation of the standard of living) and is expected to see a total increase of 214% between 2000 and 2035.

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