Ministers call for prime housing

‘The Standard reports that ministers want to see more housing for the super-rich amid research that found New York has dislodged London as the city of choice for wealthy people to live in and own property. The survey of 15,000 multi-millionaires by Knight Frank found concern about the mansion tax, the bank bonus cap and the EU’s debt crisis were undermining London’s appeal.’

Source: Evening Standard



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