The pandemic has contributed to sharp house price growth across the globe. In the UK, despite the end of the stamp duty holiday, demand for residential property remains strong. So, what will take the heat out of the market? To get a sense of what might be coming next, we look at what’s going on in New Zealand and Australia: both countries which have also seen significant house price growth during this period.
Anna is joined this week by Ben Udy, Australia and New Zealand economist at Capital Economics and Kate Everett Allen, international residential partner at Knight Frank.
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Introducing: Intelligence Talks
1:14Intelligence Talks, a podcast from the Research Team at Knight Frank. Every fortnight on a Friday we’ll be bringing you the latest insights on property market trends and forecasts, along with expert analysis from industry leaders. Each episode we'll be joined by experts from across the property industry to hear their take on everything from the impact of Covid-19 on residential development in London, to where international buyers are choosing to invest.This podcast breaks down the news and delves into the intelligence behind the headlines. Launched in April 2020.Follow us on social media here:Instagram - @knightfrankTwitter - @knightfrankLinkedIn - @Knight Frank Host:Anna Ward - @annaroxelanaProducer and Editor:Daisy Chakoo, Rethink AudioAny questions? Get in touch via [email protected] See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Why is rewilding causing such a stir in England?
14:37News last week that farmers in England will be given taxpayers’ cash to rewild their land has triggered a widespread debate. In this podcast, we explore the UK government’s plans for large-scale nature recovery projects and what they could mean for land ownership. Anna is joined by Knight Frank’s rural research head Andrew Shirley and head of agri-consultancy Tom Heathcote. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Window to 2022: Our property predictions for the next year
17:28For our final episode of the year, we look at Knight Frank’s predictions for residential and commercial property in 2022…Anna is joined by head of international residential research Kate Everett Allen, head of UK commercial research Will Matthews and global head of occupier research Lee Elliott.They share their key predictions for 2022, explore whether the ‘race for space’ in residential property markets will run out of steam over the next 12 months, and look at what the easing of travel restrictions will mean for cross-border activity across all property markets. They also discuss how fluid and flexible hybrid working will end up being next year and how employers' use of real estate will change.This episode was recorded ahead of the UK government’s tightening of Covid restrictions on 8 December including an order to work from home from 13 December. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Why are investors piling into suburban build-to-rent?
14:34This episode we focus on a relatively new sector in the UK housing market: suburban build-to-rent. We’ve seen the rise of build-to-rent in city centres, but more recently major investors have been betting on the growth of rental demand in the suburbs as adults in their mid-30s to mid-40s are increasingly looking to rent rather than buy. Our guest this week is Jonathon Ivory, managing director at Packaged Living, alongside Oliver Knight, residential research partner at Knight Frank. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What next for countries with runaway house prices?
12:57The pandemic has contributed to sharp house price growth across the globe. In the UK, despite the end of the stamp duty holiday, demand for residential property remains strong. So, what will take the heat out of the market? To get a sense of what might be coming next, we look at what’s going on in New Zealand and Australia: both countries which have also seen significant house price growth during this period.Anna is joined this week by Ben Udy, Australia and New Zealand economist at Capital Economics and Kate Everett Allen, international residential partner at Knight Frank. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Absolutely Net Zero: What Britain’s property sector can learn from Joanna Lumley
17:09Net zero has come into sharp focus in recent weeks in the run up to COP26. As well as a string of government strategy announcements, actress Joanna Lumley has called for wartime rationing to fight climate change. So what are the key takeaways for property? On this week's Intelligence Talks podcast, Anna speaks to Imperial College London professor Richard Templer and Knight Frank’s head of sustainability, David Goatman. As well as Lumley’s climate credits and Nordic homes, they discuss what’s missing from the UK government’s latest net zero policies, why surging energy prices are such a problem for property, and how robots can help retrofit the nation’s housing stock. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Why are London rents surging and when will they cool off?
14:23The London rental market is booming as students and office workers return to the city. There is now upwards pressure on rental values in an undersupplied market. Anna is joined this week by Gary Hall, head of lettings and Sacha Hawkins, who heads up our relocation agent team, to discuss the future prospects of the market. How long will rents keep on rising? The trio look at how fast London rents have risen compared to other major UK cities, and discuss whether this is just a temporary phenomenon as pandemic restrictions ease. They also look at appetite from the corporate relocations market and which business sectors are chasing rental options in the capital. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Is Manhattan set for a real estate boom as New Yorkers return?
11:46New York was hard hit by the pandemic as businesses closed and the wealthy moved upstate for more space. But it’s now in recovery mode and, like global cities around the world, revitalising its centre will be key. This week, we speak to Dan Tubb, senior director of sales at the Towers of the Waldorf Astoria Residences, about the future of Manhattan and whether the boom in suburban home sales is slowing, and Knight Frank’s global head of residential research, Liam Bailey, about the wider trends driving New York prime residential. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What are the most critical issues facing UK property occupiers?
13:09This week, we look at what is happening behind the scenes in government on three key issues for the property sector: the return to the office, future of retail and net zero targets. Anna speaks to Andrew Smith, head of public affairs at Weber Shandwick to find out how he is navigating these long term policy agendas and how they are impacting property occupiers. Andrew stresses that the return to work will be crucial for the government in terms of revitalising city centres, but also points to the importance of balancing the interests of the hospitality sector with other business priorities as “al fresco” dining and temporary low traffic neighbourhoods are phased out to allow traffic back in. He also points to the review of business rates coming forward in the autumn and a building momentum to change the system, with strong political and public support to tax online retailers. With the business rates holiday coming to an end, he says there’s pressure for the government to be more radical. Finally, he also spells out what property occupiers will be watching in the upcoming heat and buildings strategy, from who will be picking up the bill to how far the government will depart from fossil fuel gas to heat homes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How to heat homes in zero carbon Britain?
17:58 With the government’s net zero policies in flux, how can the property sector ensure buildings are fit for the future? This week, Anna speaks to Graham Cooley, CEO of hydrogen specialist ITM Power, which is based in Sheffield, and has the world's largest electrolyser facility. Anna is also joined by David Goatman, head of energy and sustainability across EMEA at Knight Frank. David was formerly a senior sustainable development adviser during the 2012 London Olympics. They discuss the UK’s new hydrogen strategy and the role hydrogen could take in decarbonising heating in buildings and the property sector’s ambition to reach net zero versus the reality of uncertain costs, keeping up with new technology and fixing the sector’s skills gap. Intelligence Talks is a podcast from the Research Team at Knight Frank. Every other Friday we bring you insight and analysis on property market trends and forecasts.Instagram - @knightfrankTwitter - @knightfrankLinkedin - @Knight FrankHost: Anna WardProducer: Lauren Armstrong CarterAny questions? Get in touch: [email protected] See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.