The Covid pandemic has seen many of us confined to our homes, whether working from home or furloughed, so it's no surprise we now have new wants and needs from our homes.

After months of speculation about Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s plans for the property market, the budget of 2021 has delivered an extension to the Stamp Duty Holiday and a re-introduction to the 95% mortgage.

By David Spittles | 25th Feb 2021 | Property News

Expect the centuries-old axis between London's buzzy West End and the ancient Square Mile financial district to consolidate during the coming years, says renowned property writer David Spittles.

Rumours of the demise of central London are greatly exaggerated, says renowned property reporter David Spittles in the first of a regular blog for Hudsons on the capital's "bullseye" neighbourhoods.

2020 was a year like no other and whilst a V-shape recession was predicted after the Covid-19 outbreak, it has been proven to be an L-shape. A sharp dip in economies across the globe and no immediate bounce back resulted in the reality of further lockdowns globally.

As the countdown to Christmas begins, Jonathan Hudson, founder of central London estate agent Hudsons Property, reflects on the activity for the past 2 months in the West End property market.