A night view of London’s Chelsea Barracks, one of a number of luxury residences targeting international investors. Photo: Chelsea Barracks A night view of London’s Chelsea Barracks, one of a number of luxury residences targeting international investors. Photo: Chelsea Barracks
A night view of London’s Chelsea Barracks, one of a number of luxury residences targeting international investors. Photo: Chelsea Barracks

Despite Brexit and coronavirus, London’s luxury property market is still attracting rich Chinese buyers – before a new tax on foreign investors

New luxury apartment blocks like One Bishopsgate Plaza and Chelsea Barracks by Qatari Diar continue to attract international buyers, as the UK capital remains a beacon of relative stability for foreign investors

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A night view of London’s Chelsea Barracks, one of a number of luxury residences targeting international investors. Photo: Chelsea Barracks A night view of London’s Chelsea Barracks, one of a number of luxury residences targeting international investors. Photo: Chelsea Barracks
A night view of London’s Chelsea Barracks, one of a number of luxury residences targeting international investors. Photo: Chelsea Barracks
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