Publishers of London Property Magazine
LTP Publications is a multi-media publishing company based in London. The company produces three editions of a monthly print publication titled London Property Magazine. The three editions cover North West & Central, Central & South and Islington City & Docklands.
Established in 1983, the magazines have also appeared online as digital editions since 2011 and also have their own App available free from iTunes, with more than 10,000 downloaded to date.
Our publications – through their various formats – enable individuals interested in property to view content from anywhere in the world and our website (www.londonpropertymagazines.com) draws around 20,000 unique visitors a month and we have more than 2,000 industry followers on Twitter.
We can also bring our pages to life with the use of Augmented Reality technology which allows our readers to become viewers – as images, when scanned, will then play HD movies of that property on their tablet or smartphone.
With a wealthy and educated readership, London Property Magazine is one of London’s leading luxury property publications and this, along with our website, provides a trusted source for property news, features and market analysis. The editorial sections within each edition present monthly up-to-date information and coverage of current trends along with in-depth coverage of some of the most stunning properties available for sale and rent.
With our distribution of our magazines, we are able to pinpoint our target audience. So, as well as our long established ‘Door Drop’ distribution targeting the wealthiest of roads and private addresses across the whole of London, we also major upon our bespoke distribution initiatives including featuring within indoor corporate display stands in some of London’s biggest City businesses, in Corporate reception areas within the City of London and also in City gyms. We are available in a selection of London’s top five star hotels and private members’ clubs and when travelling you can pick up a copy in private jet centres, in departure lounges, onboard out-bound flights, in major airline departure lounges (Heathrow, Gatwick) and onboard charter yachts departing the Cote d’azur (seasonal). Other seasonal initiatives include appearing within major hotels in the Cote d’azur and the high-class ski resorts in France, Switzerland and Austria.
For further information about London Property Magazine or to enquire about any of the services we offer, please visit our website www.londonpropertymagazines.com
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