Boutique PCL agency hires Foxtons high-flyer
Edvin Griskin won numerous awards as a top negotiator at his former firm.
Ex-Savills and Knight Frank agents bolster Andrew Russell & Ben Bentley's three-year-old firm, The Country House Department.
Jade Gittins was one of the top-performing agents at major London firms Foxtons and Marsh & Parsons.
KF's new associate partner, Villa Contact, is one of the longest-established real estate firms on the island.
UK Sotheby's International Realty has recruited two industry veterans from Knight Frank to head up its new offering beyond the capital.
'Sensational' double-fronted residence near Harrods was created by one of London's top luxury developers.
In Pictures: Daniel Baliti and Jeremy Spencer's firm has secured planning consent for a significant resi-led scheme, located between The Whiteley and Park Modern in W2.
Georgian-inspired gem in Shropshire was built in a grand manner, using state of the art tech.
'Landmark' 50-storey tower at Bankside Yards is the tallest new resi structure currently under development in PCL.
This is the first phase of a 1,120-home redevelopment of Church Street in Marylebone - Westminster's largest regeneration scheme.
Jessica Del Gaizo has joined Knightsbridge Prime Property after a decade at some big-name corporate firms.
'Bricks and mortar has remained one of the most consistent investments one can make down the years and the long-term returns speak for themselves,' says Foxtons' boss.
Luke Hammond is 'the ideal candidate to grow the brand into previously unexplored territories in the capital', says F&C's MD.
'All we hope for is a reduction in SDLT,' says one London estate agency chief - 'however in reality I suspect there is more chance of stumbling across a unicorn in Regent’s Park!'
Luxurious Lygon Place townhouse is on the open market for the first time in over 100 years.
Jasper Colliver & Sam Wylie will be focusing on some popular postcodes as part of the house. Partnership network.
New partnership is 'set to redefine the standards of luxury living and travel,' says Nest Seekers.