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  • Benefits of one bedroom lets in Central London

    From having a really long soak in the bath and singing out loud to having the heating just how you want and hogging the TV to watch back-to-back box sets, living on your own certainly has its perks. One-bedroom flats to rent in Mayfair are an excellent place to start if you’re looking to move […]...read full article

  • Benefits of one bedroom lets in Central London

    From having a really long soak in the bath and singing out loud to having the heating just how you want and hogging the TV to watch back-to-back box sets, living on your own certainly has its perks. One-bedroom flats to rent in Mayfair are an excellent place to start if you’re looking to move […]...read full article

  • Residential Land in Property Week: Resi Land unveils plans for £500m spend

    Residential Land has put a £40m development in Chelsea on the market and revealed plans to spend £500m in prime central London this year. Knight Frank and Savills have been appointed to find buyers for Peony Court, a gated development of seven townhouses and 12 apartments covering 18,065 sq ft, which are fully let with […]...read full article

  • MIPIM 2017: Join us aboard Motor Yacht SHANE

    Residential Land is proud to be attending MIPIM again this year in Cannes, France from 14-17 March 2017. Join us aboard motor yacht SHANE, to speak with our acquisitions team about residential opportunities in prime central London. To organise a meeting with the acquisitions team, please contact them directly on: Emma Whitby-Smith, Head of Investments +44 […]...read full article

  • 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 […]...read 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 […]...read full article