|West Ealing homes backed by the London Mayor|
For builders with land it's a near perfect storm, limited supply and strong demand are the basics of simple economics and although much of what is happening looks like a bubble it seems there's still life in in before either a burst or a gradual deflating.
The expectations around Crossrail indicate that there are particular 'one off' changes impacting the market but surely the importance of access to Central London's Bond Street and the West End can be over emphasised in the age of Cyber commuting and working from home?
Apart from the 'Hot money' that's fuelling the top end of the London market, do we also expect the possible upcoming Heathrow airport decision to fundamentally change the scenario for West London?
|More in West Ealing shooting up|
Are we creating 21st Century homes to last or a stop gap that will be replaced in 20 or 30 years?
What happens when the present wave of young ambitious immigrants get to the stage of their lives where they are more family orientated ?
Do we care about the energy requirements of our housing stock, the quality of life and neighbourhoods we're changing and the occupants or is it just somewhere to park the working population while others make even more money?
|Should we be optimistic about what's being built in the Uxbridge Road?|
And other housing from an earlier boom
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