Our business exists to support you in all your property-related activities: by mitigating risk and driving performance across Residential, Commercial and Private Rented Sector (PRS) portfolios. Our range of centralised services includes lettings and management, sales, research and consultancy, portfolio audits, insurance, receivership surveys and valuations.

As part of the LSL Property Services PLC group, we work alongside leading brands in this industry - including e.surv (the UK’s largest surveyors), Your Move (largest single estate agency brand in the UK) and Marsh & Parsons (major agency network in central London). Our breadth of coverage offers unique market intelligence regularly cited by financial, industry and mainstream press, and consultancy services for the Private Rented Sector. Benefit from our market expertise to help make the most of your portfolio.

LSL By Numbers

  • Circa 30,000 properties under group management throughout the whole of the UK
  • Over 30% market share of the Corporate Property Services industry in the UK
  • Acting for 8/10 we act for 8 out of the top 10 UK residential lenders, as well as many independent and specialist clients
  • Over 50,000 property owners and tenants protected by LSL’s Insurance Division
  • Over 500 estate agency branches, access to the largest letting agent network in the UK
  • Circa 5,100 highly trained staff employed by the group the length and breadth of the UK

Latest News

  • LSL PRS appoint Jo Green LSL PRS appoint Jo Green

    LSL strengthen their leadership team and commitment to PRS through the appointment of Jo Green as Director of PRS Client Services. Read More

  • Housing White Paper Released: PRS receives special attention Housing White Paper Released: PRS receives special attention

    This week saw the release of the highly anticipated Housing White Paper, detailing Government’s remedy to the housing crisis. David Bond, Head of LSL’s Private Rented Sector gives his thoughts... Read More

  • First time buyers 'drive up house prices' First time buyers 'drive up house prices'

    The number of first-time buyers securing mortgages rose by 23pc last year, while the affordability of mortgages fell Read More