Follow the artists to London’s next residential hotspot

As creative types continue to be priced out of central London, investors might do well to follow the migration – not least because it could lead to the next resi hotspots

Developers are missing out on more than 650 potential residential sites in some of the hottest up-and-coming areas in London.

These sites, in all four corners of the capital, have already been latched onto by artists priced out of conventional areas and could amount to nearly 19,000 homes, according to figures from EGi’s London Residential Research (see below).

Peckham, already red hot for…

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