New London Architecture's 'London Centre' will open in the the City of London's Guildhall next year.
'With trends now showing that green residential buildings could generate higher purchase and rental premiums, this could represent a major turning point in the way residential housing may be valued in…
How to make sure your property project runs like a dream? It all comes down to getting it right at the start
Hong Kong-based property developer has appointed Red Construction, Frederick Gibberd architects and interior designer Studio Ashby to deliver five new luxury apartments in its Art Deco-inspired redevelopment …
Westminster Council granted planning permission for the prime residential development of the former military HQ site back in 2011. Demolition and enabling works have just got underway.
Fledgling advisory firm has rolled out a free-to-use online tool that provides quick indicative costs of building warranties.
The Line is touted as a post-carbon eco-city, but the scale of its ambitions raises serious questions about whether the project can deliver on its environmental, economic and social goals, write Andrew …
Since 2008, renovations and alterations to residential properties that have been empty for at least two years are eligible for a reduced VAT rate of 5%, writes Nick Cunningham of Stacks Property Search.
Inflation-linked S106 payments ‘could be the straw that breaks the camel’s back for some developments’
"Some projects could become economically unviable if local authorities force developers to increase Section 106 agreements in line with runaway inflation," warns Boodle Hatfield.
The mixed-use redevelopment of 196-222 King's Road has reached full height, reports project manager Capital and Provincial, and " is rapidly looking like the finished article."
Modulous aims "to help developers, architects and contractors build net-zero modular homes without a factory."
‘A lot of the ideas are simply untenable for historic properties’: Why we need a more common sense approach to EPC ratings
We need a more common-sense approach to energy efficient requirements for historic homes, says Tiffany Radford-Hancock, as many EPC assessors are showing "a complete lack of understanding around planning …