This study by the GVA considers the potential impact on London’s property sector of the Crossrail project. It describes the scale of the project, one of the most significant infrastructure programmes ever undertaken in the UK, and suggests it will help regenerate key locations, while contributing to London’s economic growth. It considers the significant driving forces shaping the property market within which Crossrail will operate, including: current market conditions and development trends; enhancements that Crossrail will make to accessibility, quality and speed of journeys along its route; which locations will see the greatest change to existing service; current and changing perceptions of each station location; and developer and investor perceptions and views. It examines the effects of Crossrail to date on London’s property market and considers the likely effects as construction proceeds and the line opens in 2018. It looks at the opportunities for new development as a result of Crossrail. Considers central, west and east sections of the Crossrail route and examines the characteristics and current planning policy basis that would enable and support new development, intensification or changes of use. Identifies places in each section of the route where development potential is most likely to be realised.