We’re Driving Less And Taking Public Transport Less: What The Future Of Mobility Means For Real Estate

Real estate has always been shaped by the way we move around the world. The post-war rise of the car led to the boom of the suburbs and of out-of-town shopping malls. South London is built on tough-to-tunnel-through sandy soil rather than North London’s clay, meaning it has fewer underground lines, and so is less densely populated (and poorer).