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With commentary from the prime residential property industry’s leading lights and expert analysis of the most significant trends, this Summer edition investigates the real impact of political uncertainty that ran roughshod over the traditional Spring market, as well as covering all the big deals, developments and instructions that anyone professionally involved in the UK's high-value residential property industry needs to know about. The 476-page bumper Summer 2015 issue includes: - A review of Q2’s biggest business stories and most notable deals; - A comprehensive look at how the 2015 General Election affected the prime sector, featuring insight and commentary from all those at the sharp end; - A series of reference briefings on topics ranging from leasehold valuation to rights of light reform; - In-depth features on the rise of the off-market, PCL’s development boom and the Crossrail Effect; - An exclusive feature on how to ace content marketing by the Telegraph’s former Property Editor Stuart Penney; - A special focus on the ultra-exclusive enclave of Wentworth in Surrey; - An exclusive retrospective of the ten projects that made Symm, one of the world’s oldest luxury construction firms; - Exclusive interviews with some of the luxury property industry’s prime movers, including David Linley, VanHan’s Thomas van Straubenzee & Rory Penn, Pastor Real Estate’s Susan Cohen, Oliver Burns’ Joe Burns, Lonres’ William Carrington & Anthony Payne and Londonewcastle’s Robert Soning; - Articles on interiors, design and a look inside some of the UK’s most fascinating high-value residential developments; - In-depth analysis and stats from real-time PCL data resource Lonres; - A digest of Q4’s £2m+ residential sales. PrimeResi Journal No.2 is kindly supported by Harrods Estates, LINLEY, Hanover Private Office and Londonewcastle. Print copies are available to buy at www.PrimeResi.com/quarterly

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