It’s becoming a cliché that every year begins with experts expounding the uncertainty of the real estate market in the coming 12 months. But with 2024 looking like a transitional year politically and economically, it goes without saying that these changes will feed into our industry. And – cliched as it may be – 2024 is, undeniably, going to be another uncertain year.

Our Development Director, Tom Jansons, discusses the property market in 2024 with his thoughts on ESG becoming more imperative and Landlords considering more flexible options.

This article featured in Property Wire gives you a great insight into what a developer thinks might happen in 2024.

Green housing and lower consistent rents – the market in 2024 – PropertyWire 

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