The developer Berkeley had its eye on the Chinese market when it gave South Quay Plaza in Canary Wharf a lucky 888 residential properties. Photo: SCMP Pictures The developer Berkeley had its eye on the Chinese market when it gave South Quay Plaza in Canary Wharf a lucky 888 residential properties. Photo: SCMP Pictures
The developer Berkeley had its eye on the Chinese market when it gave South Quay Plaza in Canary Wharf a lucky 888 residential properties. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Prices in London finally start to slide, but the reasons are far from clear-cut

Experts suggest Brexit, and a likely devaluation of sterling, could inadvertently make the city’s luxury units more attractive to overseas buyers

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The developer Berkeley had its eye on the Chinese market when it gave South Quay Plaza in Canary Wharf a lucky 888 residential properties. Photo: SCMP Pictures The developer Berkeley had its eye on the Chinese market when it gave South Quay Plaza in Canary Wharf a lucky 888 residential properties. Photo: SCMP Pictures
The developer Berkeley had its eye on the Chinese market when it gave South Quay Plaza in Canary Wharf a lucky 888 residential properties. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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