Past Issues

A blaze of rich autumn colour has been our seasonal reminder that winter is fast approaching; and if that wasn’t enough then, we’ve only got to wander around Marylebone High Street or the King’s Road and we’re entering a Christmas cornucopia of festive decorations and gifting ideas.

The winter edition of Mews News always rounds off the year with an insightful interview and  a reflective property review of both the sales and rental markets.  We’ve also included architectural insight into mews buildings – interesting for mews homeowners, who are curious about where they live.

As long-time mews experts, we like to think we know where best to go to celebrate the festive season, so take a look at our LB Loves….Mews Food & Booze for some secret ‘tipple-offs’ on the best mews pubs and restaurants to enjoy throughout December and the New Year.  Merry Christmas one and all!

As summer fades, with trees transforming and cooler evenings setting in, an unmistakable autumnal feel is in the air. In this issue, we explore the shift in the real estate market's mood, emphasising the need for realism and quick action. Discover the importance of property maintenance and get a lettings market update from our experts. We also unveil the winner of Mews in Bloom and share the excitement of upcoming gardening endeavors. It's time to embrace autumn's cosy charm through the comfort of mews living, as we navigate these changing seasons.

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Welcome to the summer issue of Lurot Brand. As we navigate uncertain times and face tough choices and financial pressures, the prospect of a long hot summer offers a welcome distraction. Whether you're looking to sell, buy, or rent a home, managing expectations and being realistic about prices and rental values is crucial to maintain momentum in the property market. In this issue, Mollie Swallow, Director & Head of Lettings, explores this topic in her rental article. Additionally, Head of Sales, Billy Harvey's conversation with property journalist Zoe Dare Hall sheds light on the current state of London's prime central market, emphasizing the importance of perceiving value and finding a pragmatic approach for both sellers and buyers. Martyn John Brown takes us on a nostalgic trip down mews memory lane, reflecting on the glory days of mews properties and reminding owners to cherish their homes. Lastly, don't miss our interview with a visionary buyer who transformed two derelict mews properties in Junction Mews back in the 1970s. Enjoy the sunshine in London and remember that we're always here to provide property advice, rain or shine.

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The London property market is showing signs of growth as the days get longer and spring arrives. Record rentals are being achieved in the residential lettings market, with many eager tenants looking to secure a new home early in the year. The prime sales market is also holding its own, with positive developments in the London mews market. Martyn John Brown’s ‘Everchanging Mews’ article surveys the way materials and building techniques have shifted over the decades, while LB Loves takes readers on a fragrant, foodie, and fabulous shopping guide around Belgravia. The edition also features the Mews in Bloom competition, encouraging residents to share planting ideas and create gardening magic in their mews.

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