How to Capitalise on Crossrail

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Get your copy of this key report and find out how to invest in the opportunities created by Crossrail.

Crossrail is Europe’s largest construction project, weighing in at a cost of around £15bn. With the project 80% complete and less than three years before the entire Elizabeth Line is in service, property prices along the route have increased by an average of 52% since 2009, so time is running out to invest in the opportunities created by Crossrail.

This comprehensive report covers 3 fundamental areas:

  • The benefits of the improved connectivity Crossrail will bring

  • Crossrail’s effect on housing so far and which London neighbourhoods are set to benefit most

  • Regenerate London: How to invest and capitalise on Crossrail

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