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LONDON HOTEL DEVELOPMENT MONITOR

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London Hotel Development
Monitor
produced in conjunction
with London & Partners, to
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London's hotel market.

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Active pipeline by number of rooms,
2016-2018 AM:PM, March 2016

  • c. 140,000
    Total rooms
    at March 2016

  • 82.2%
    occupancy


  • £144
    Average rate

  • c. 16,000
    new rooms
    expected by 2018


  • £118
    RevPar

  • 155.3 million
    total passengers at
    London's airports
    in 2015

Contacts


For further information on our findings or to discuss your plans for expansion
or your wider investment strategy, please do not hesitate to contact us:

  • "The importance of visitor accommodation within Central London is well-acknowledged at borough level by key political figures, albeit members are keenly aware of the need to protect the residential amenity of local residents from noise, disturbance, overlooking, loss of daylight and sunlight and adverse traffic impacts, all of which are controlled by development plan policies."

    Guy Bransby,
    Head of Planning & Development, JLL

  • "2015 was an exceptionally strong year in terms of hotel transactions in London and on a global scale. While transaction activity will remain high throughout 2016, we expect the trend will shift towards single asset transactions. Underlying market fundamentals continue to be positive and the outlook for hotel performance in London is good."

    Will Duffey,
    Executive Vice President, Hotels & Hospitality, JLL

  • "New infrastructure developments in London such as Crossrail and the Thameslink upgrade continue to drive regeneration and unlock interest into hidden corners of the capital. Not only is this likely to heighten visitor demand and trading performance in the future, it will also aid the absorption of new supply. We have already seen a shift in the East in terms of both new hotel supply and investment, and this is a trend we expect to continue in the near future."

    Graham Craggs,
    Managing Director, Hotels & Hospitality, JLL