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Charity Stories

Charity Stories

  • Team RL taking part in CEO Sleepout for homelessness

    On the 31st of October 2016 Emma Whitby-Smith, Head of Investments, Gaynor Whiting, Portfolio Manager, Frances Ward, Sales and Marketing Manager, David Keir, Investment Manager, James Short, FP & A Analyst, Andrew McKee, Investment Analyst and Alex Turner, FP & A Manager from Residential Land, will be sleeping out overnight at Lord’s cricket ground with 100 […] full article

  • Residential Land sponsors Sir Tom Hunter’s ‘kiltwalk’

    Residential Land is proud to sponsor Sir Tom Hunter’s great fundraising charity, ‘kiltwalk‘. Every year walkers unite to raise funds and pay tribute to the many amazing and brave children who have touched their lives. 100% of the funds raised go to children’s charities throughout Scotland, helping to support the vital work they do. Who is […] full article

  • Residential Land take to the sea!

    At Residential Land, we are proud to support an array of charities and activities. In this case Residential Land is proud to support the efforts of individuals in the kite surfing world. This kite surfing pro was demonstrating his skills off the beautiful shores of Ibiza. Related ArticlesResidential Land Support Who’s Cooking Dinner? Residential Land […] full article

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Company News

Company News

  • Living in a listed building in Central London

    When you search our flats to rent in Central London, you will see that many of the buildings Residential Land own are actually listed. In this blog, we explain what listed status means and explore what it’s like to live in a listed property. According to Historic England, listed buildings are considered of national importance […] full article

  • Benefits of an on-site porter

    In 19th century London there was a flurry of housebuilding, with many mansion blocks erected in prime areas such as Mayfair, Regent’s Park, Kensington, Marylebone, Maida Vale, St John’s Wood, Belsize Park, Battersea, Fulham and Chiswick. These red brick constructions from the Victorian and Edwardian periods usually featured a reception that was manned by a […] full article

  • Autumn Statement 2016: No more lettings administration fees

    In today’s Autumn Statement (23.11.2016), the chancellor, Philip Hammond has announced that lettings administration fees are to be banned ‘as soon as possible’. At Residential Land, we pride ourselves on being a responsible landlord, therefore have taken it upon ourselves to act immediately on this and have cancelled all our administration fees ‘as of today’ […] full article

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Tenant Testimonials

Tenant Testimonials

  • Tenant Testimonial: Renting in Kensington

    I loved it here so much I recommended Residential Land to my friend and they moved into the flat in the floor above me. I also enjoyed receiving the £250 Selfridges voucher for recommending her. They love it as well, so I will be recommending more friends to live with me here! P.K Related ArticlesTenant […] full article

  • Tenant Testimonial: Renting in Hammersmith

    I would 100% use Residential Land again. Not for this year but for next year, we have some ideas about another property with Residential Land. No hesitations. G.B Related ArticlesTenant Testimonials Renting in Marylebone Tenant Testimonial Renting in Kensal Rise Tenant Testimonial Renting in Pimlico Tenant Testimonial Renting in Chiswick Tenant Testimonial – Renting in […] full article

  • Tenant Testimonial: Renting in Chelsea

    With Residential Land, you are not guessing. You know that they are there to look after you and the property, with a very good track record and you can’t fault them for anything. F.G Related ArticlesTenant Testimonial Renting in Westminster Tenant Testimonials Renting in Marylebone Rental Testimonial Kew Bridge Court, full article

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Media & PR

Media & PR

  • Call Off Duty: help stamp it out

    Residential Land’s CEO & founder, Bruce Ritchie was mentioned in Property Week about stamp duty land tax. Property Week is calling on chancellor Philip Hammond to reverse damaging reforms to stamp duty land tax (SDLT) made by George Osborne. CALL OFF DUTY logo Hammond sparked anger across the residential sector last week when he swerved […] full article

  • Residential Land buys Luke House

    Residential Land featured in Property Week about the recent purchase of Luke House, 3 Abbey Orchard Street, London, SW1P 2JJ Residential Land and joint venture partner Ivanhoé Cambridge have acquired a £60m office and residential building in Westminster. The seven-storey building at 3-4 Abbey Orchard Street was acquired at a yield of 4.4%. Known as […] full article

  • Property Week – Bruce Ritchie: It’s in the chancellor’s own interests to revise stamp duty thresholds

    Bruce Ritchie, CEO and Founder of Residential Land talks to Property Week about the consequences of the current Stamp Duty thresholds. “A lot of Britain’s success in the past 30 years has been based on free enterprise driving the economy combined with targeted support for businesses in need. It is a difficult balance to achieve, but […] full article

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