It get knocked down & goes up again

I read today that 7% of the City of London (as distinct from London) is being rebuilt at the moment, including Cheapside which is undergoing huge redevelopment.

That is a staggering volume - if maintained it would equate to an average building life of 14 years.

With commercial property rise reaching heady heights as well, are we actually witnessing another property space bubble?

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