Brexit uncertainty is driving the super-wealthy towards renting, and while demand for high-end rents is up, so is supply, and multi-millionaire tenants are committing to far longer-term rents than before.

Knightsbridge lettings agency Tunstall Property reckons only 30 per cent of prime London apartment development One Hyde Park is continuously occupied, half by their owners, half by tenants.

During the social season, the super-rich descend upon prime central London to use properties they have barely seen all year or to snap up a high-priced rental property for the season, which might be up to £45,000 a week for a five-bedroom, park-facing apartment in One Hyde Park.

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