Christopher is part of the Savills Residential Research team where he works closely with planning and development teams in carrying out research consultancy work for clients. Working for a range of clients, Christopher combines analysis of market and demographic data with Savills market intelligence to find innovative solutions to their questions. A major part of Christopher’s role is keeping abreast of current economic affairs and how they affect housing market prospects. He is instrumental in formulating Savills forecasts for the residential market.
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