Despite the uncertainty of the last year, the 2017 Cities Index shows the UK's capital is still voted number one European city in which to live and work.
City A.M. also reports that London sits at a very respectable number three on the global cities index, behind New York and Abu Dhabi. However, while the top two were viewed as the best cities to do business, London scored consistently well for quality of life, business, education and tourism.
Naturally, Dexters are pleased to see this vote of confidence in London, which is borne out by the number of international buyers and tenants that approach us every week. Organisations and individuals alike take advantage of our international relocation services, matching property with client according to their needs.
London is still the most popular city in Europe, topping the rankings for work, rest, and play, according to the 2017 Ipsos Top Cities Index. Despite the uncertainty surrounding Brexit and Britain's relations with the rest of Europe as a result, the capital has still kept its title as the leading city in Europe, with a strong lead over both Zurich and Paris.