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  • Lord Digby Jones – Prime London property prices likely to rise

    Former government minister and CBI head Lord Digby Jones was the subject of this weeks ‘Fame and Fortune’ interview within the Money Section of the Sunday full article

  • Residential Land sponsor local youth football team

    Residential Land are delighted to announce they are the new sponsors for the ‘Whetstone Wanderers Cougars under 10’s’ football team who play in the Watford friendly full article

  • RESI 2011 Dragons Den

    Watch part 1 of the RESI Dragons' Den at the RESI 2011 full article

  • RESI 2011 – best attended to date

    Confirming RESI as the premier residential property event in the UK property full article

  • Residential Land CEO named in RESI 100

    Property Week has just released the RESI 100, a list of the top 100 people in residential full article

  • Are you attending RESI?

    Residential Land are proud to be Platinum Sponsors of RESI 2011. If you are attending the conference this year, join us for pre-dinner full article

  • Residential Land complete Property Triathlon

    Richard Berridge, Anthony Quin and Rob Bradburn were joined by Mike Williams of MRW Consultants to represent Residential Land in the annual King Sturge (now Jone Lang Lasalle) Property Triathlon on Friday 8th July full article

  • New Head Office – Residential Land has moved to Grosvenor Street

    Now located at 59-60 Grosvenor Street, just 704 yards from the previous offices in Park Street the new offices bring us in to the heart of full article

  • Bruce Ritchie to chair the Dragons Den at RESI 2011

    Alongside fellow property specialists and entrepreneurs Nick Candy and Tony Pidgeley and former Dragon James Caan, Bruce will be quizzing presenters on all aspects of their business full article

  • Join us on board at MIPIM

    Residential Land are attending MIPIM 2011, come and talk to us about Prime Central London full article