UK-based business magazine Property Week teamed up with Datscha, a commercial property data company, to reveal which companies own the largest chunks of property in London. 

Turns out, Qatari investors own three times more than the Queen. 

According to the data released, the co-owned Qatari company Canary Wharf Group Investment Holdings owns 21.4 million square feet of property - making it the capital's largest. 

The joint-owned company also possesses more property in the capital than The City of London itself - which holds the second-largest portion with 17.4 million square feet of space.

To put in perspective, Her Majesty owns just under 7.3 million square feet

Canary Wharf Group Investment Holdings is co-owned by Qatar Holdings, part of the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) and American investment group Brookfield. 

In more recent years, Qatar Holdings bought 4 five-star luxury hotels in London including Claridge’s, the Connaught, the InterContinental on Park Lane and the Berkeley in Knightsbridge.

But, that's not all.

Aside from holding the largest stake in London property, the firm also owns 1.8 million square feet in the capital. 

Did you know that Qatari investors own 95 percent of The Shard?

The Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund, owns 95 percent of The Shard, a 95-storey skyscraper in Southwark, London.

Harrods, London's famous luxury department store, is also owned by QIA

The United Kingdom's high end department store chain Harrods was purchased for a whopping 1.5 billion British pounds ($2.3 billion) by Qatar Holding in 2010.

The Former U.S. Embassy in London is also owned by Qatar!

In 2009, Qatari Diar also purchased the United States' former embassy building in London, known as the Chancery Building. 

The amount of the sale is unclear, however the prominent 600-room building in Mayfair's Grosvenor Square definitely wasn't cheap.

Qataris also own half of London's One Hyde Park

Source: Wikipedia

Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al thani, Qatar's former prime minister, owns half of the "world's most expensive apartment block.

Maybe London will become "Lon-doha" soon?