With Brexit looming and still no sign of a finished deal, luxury property developers are feeling the pinch. The upper end of the property market has long priced out normal buyers, with high-class units selling for eye-wateringly high sums, particularly in London. But, with the number of unsold off-plan homes under construction in the capital sitting at record levels, could there be bargains on the horizon for savvy buyers?
Since George Osborne was unceremoniously fired by Theresa May last July as Chancellor, the words northern and powerhouse have not been heard so often on the news. But the investment, political change and high speed rail link that are the centrepieces of the policy continue.