Writing in The Sunday Telegraph, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick trails the publication of the late Roger Scruton’s Building Better, Building Beautiful report. He suggests a “fast-track for beauty” in the planning system, and pledges to “re-green” cities with an urban tree-planting drive.
Rockwell and Firethorn have been given the green light to build a “landmark” tower on South Dock.
Keith Williams Architects has designed a new six-storey building in Chiswick, delivering 34 apartments and some retail space overlooking Turnham Green
Investigators ‘attempting to seize’ £40m worth of UK properties linked to daughter of Uzbek dictator, including one of the finest homes on the Wentworth Estate
Irish householder Hagan Homes has apologised after rolling our a marketing campaign featuring images of Harry & Meghan and describing its homes as ‘fit for part-time royalty’
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Deal ‘guarantees the survival of the Humberts brand after 175 years of trading’
Knight Frank’s country house team has reported its busiest opening to a year for two decades, but the firm cautions that “rising activity levels are unlikely to translate into house price inflation in the near-term.”
New-build reviews platform HomeViews has taken a deep-dive into the burgeoning build-to-rent sector, revealing what tenants really value – and what causes most irritation. From concierges and 24-hour gyms to pet-friendly spaces and decent ventilation, we look at the residents’ facilities that really matter.
Randle Siddeley documents challenging projects from Holland Park to Hong Kong for new career retrospective The Garden: Before & After
The number of younger home-owners (25-34 year-olds) has risen for the first time in more than a decade, according to the Government’s annual housing survey.
Developer Regal London has secured £100m of senior debt from ICG-Longbow for a resi development in St John’s Wood.