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In Pictures: The 2.9 acre former Redland High School site comes with planning permission and listed building consent for a 44-unit residential development.
Rental values in the capital’s prime resi markets have fallen by an average of 9.6% since the Brexit Referendum in 2016 – but the pace of declines slowed in 2018, and Savills is predicting a new phase of positive rental growth for London and its prime commuter belt.
Supreme Court hands down judgment in Wells v Devani, ruling that an estate agent was entitled to claim commission from a developer on the sale of flats to a purchaser he introduced, despite the contract being concluded by way of a single disputed telephone conversation
In Pictures: Designs by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners promise to ‘breathe new life’ into West London’s King Street.
Berkeley Group & National Grid JV rolls out next phase of 955-unit regen scheme by Battersea Power Station
Mayor’s late-stage review results in a £10m affordable housing contribution from Derwent London and the Portman Estate’s major development on Baker Street.
The Forest of Dean saw average prices rise by 11% last year, according to official statistics, while the City of London saw prices drop by 7.1%…
“The Anti-Stampers’ case is compelling, but the challenge is finding a replacement that people will not hate just as much”, writes Nathan Brooker in this piece for the FT…
‘A number of people have left the business’, confirms Marsh & Parsons as it restructures its Land & New Homes division.
Comments made by JLL boss Christian Ulbrich lead to some interesting speculation about the two real estate giants…
Surveyors ‘sense little prospect of a turnaround’ in the short-term, says the RICS, ‘as concerns over the potential impact of Brexit, alongside affordability constraints continue to cause buyers and sellers to hesitate.’