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Harry Downes on the Merits of London Build-to-Rent property, in City AM

In an opinion piece on City AM, Harry Downes, Founder and Managing Director of Fizzy Living states that rather than traditional rental or mortgage options, the emerging build-to-rent sector is pulling in London’s millennials     Click here to read the full article on City AM:         […]

TV review: The week the landlords moved in

The week the landlords moved in

The BBC’s latest fly-on-the-wall documentary made for some compelling TV last night, but does the series have anything new to say about renting in modern Britain?

The Times Bricks and Mortar: What lies ahead for millennials


City money is funding developments for Generation Rent As homeownership declines, the number of people who rent is growing. About five million people rely on landlords operating in the private rental sector (PRS), and much of it falls woefully short of the security and standards people need. Renting, however, may […]

“Fizzy Living sets a great benchmark in speed of delivery and operational quality” – Property Week


The omens are good for the property industry An opinion piece by CBRE’s Head of International Capital Markets, Chris Brett, who offers his view of the direction of travel for the property industry post-MIPIM2017. “PRS has long been the buzzword of the UK market. There are now more new entrants […]

The housing white paper – fix or fudge? Harry Downes, MD of Fizzy Living discusses


The long-delayed housing white paper was intended to identify how the government will deliver its one million new homes by the 2020 target. While much has already been written about the document, only one question matters: will it succeed in that aim? Fizzy Living and Thames Valley Housing (TVH) stand […]