The UK’s education sector is set to contribute some £700 million (US$900 million) over the next 12 months to residential property purchases in prime central London, with Hongkongers seeking to send their children to British universities likely to represent the fourth-largest group of buyers in the district, according to Knight Frank.“Education has always been a key driver for residential property purchases in London, especially for students based overseas,” said Liam Bailey, global head of…