Manha restyles London Property Review

Manha is working on a new brand and editorial designs for the London Property Review.

The magazine, which is currently published quarterly, will become a hardback offering published once a year, while an enhanced website will offer more topical news.

Manha director Nick Freeman says the new designs will ‘be something that befits an annual’.

He says that as well as getting a new marque, the title’s new look will also feature high production values and an improved paper stock.

As well as looking at editorial designs, Manha is also working on a rebrand of the London Property Review, which publishes directories and has a presence at the City Marketing Suite in the London Guildhall (pictured) and at international property fairs such as MIPIM.

Manha has been working with the London Property Review since the magazine’s inception as Touch London in 1997, and also works with London Property Review publisher Pipers Projects.

Peter Murray, editor-in-chief of London Property Review, says, ‘I think the main strategy is getting the printed magazine more in tune with the website and other London networks.

‘One of the things that is happening in the current downturn is that it is doing major things for digital media. We want to get the relationship and the balance right – print is part of a bigger picture now.’

The redesigned London Property Review will be published in late summer or early autumn, ahead of the Expo Real Property fair in Munich in October.



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