“Many thought that the Covid-19 pandemic and financial uncertainty would lessen the appeal of a self-employment model,” says Fine & Country boss Nicky Stevenson, but “it seems that it is having the opposite impact as the situation has challenged many within the industry to rethink their business and future.”
A full transcript of Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick’s speech, as delivered at the Creating Communities Conference on 21 September 2020.
Writing for the Spectator’s lifestyle supplement, agency veteran Ed Mead takes readers on a tour of five under-the-radar addresses on his old patch…
“Now is not the right time to outline long-term plans – people want to see us focused on the here and now,” says HM Treasury. “So we are confirming today that there will be no Budget this autumn.”
UHNW buyers offered ‘totally unique opportunity’ to create a 15,000 square foot trophy mansion on the prestigious Knightsbridge garden square.
Slovakian developer launches sales at its debut prime resi play in London, Triptych Bankside…
Paul Westwood was Rampton Baseley’s lead valuer for the SW London patch.
Laura Jockers has joined the Howard de Walden Estate as Head of Sustainability.
The Pollen Street home of Savile Row tailor Richard James is being pitched as “one of the most stylish contemporary apartments in Mayfair”, with a £2.5m asking price.
What are your rights if an architect makes a mistake, leading to an expensive problem? Michael Young runs through the options available to developers placed in a tricky position…
Suzy Jones has joined influential modular house-builder House by Urban Splash to helm a new “future living” division.