CBRE has been appointed to sell a portfolio of mansions in Hong Kong, valued at up to HK$5 billion.
Last week saw 23 bidders fight it out for the Grade II* Troy House in the Wye Valley, which was guided at £200k-£250k but ended up selling for £1.356m
May’s most interesting rumours involving famous people and their homes – some of which might even turn out to be true…
Property lawyers are having to adapt fast to the consequences of coronavirus, whilst making sure they transact within the law and protect buyers, sellers and funders from fraudulent activity.
A plan to turn a “severely dilapidated” former hotel near Hyde Park into a “very large” family home has been dismissed by RBKC’s planning inspector.
Portal visits and buyer enquiries have rocketed since the property market re-opened two weeks ago, but “it’s going to take a considerable time for a return to sales agreed levels seen last year and at the start of this year”.
Liz Whitaker-Street and Amy Seager set up Whitaker Seager just before the Coronavirus lockdown…
Designs by John McAslan + Partners to turn the landmark Thameside building into a mix of resi and hotel were originally green-lighted in 2016.
Jon Cooke is taking over as Interim Global CEO, as David Lindley departs after ten years with the estate agency brand. Nicky Stevenson steps up to become UK Managing Director.
High-end agency brings former Allsop partner Richard Watson on as a consultant ahead of trial run in July
London is an “Alpha City”, declares Professor Rowland Atkinson. In this long read, he explores how PCL has become “a climate controlled place of comfort and support” for the world’s super-rich, and what that means for wider society…
Leafy locales of SW London & mansion-strewn lands north of Hampstead Village tipped for a boost at the expense of PCL apartments, as buyers weigh up location vs green space in the post-pandemic era