Construction

The Clarges Estate, Mayfair British Land has entered into a corporate agreement to purchase a vast swathe of Mayfair, including Clarges House, 6/12 Clarges Street and 82/84 Piccadilly for £129.6 million.

After a brief window of less-aggressive pessimism, the latest Construction Industry Forecasts predict a 4.5% drop in construction industry output this year.

With Asian buyers reportedly accounting for 60 pc of new build properties purchased in Central London in 2011, developers are increasingly tailoring projects to appeal to their top demographic

As the Community Infrastructure Levy comes into force, Mishcon de Reya's Daniel Farrand and Jade Chalmers look at how this new charge - of up to £50 per square metre - on extensions and new resi builds w…

There has been significant declines in the number of applications for university architecture, building and planning courses, according to figures published by the Universities and Colleges Admissions…

St James, Berkeley Group's luxury arm, has reportedly hired creative agency Luchford APM to launch its new Riverlight development on the South Bank

The Atrium, a new development on Park Road that will feature a £9.

Berkeley Group has reported a 58 per cent rise in full-year profits. According to the Cobham-based homebuilder, pretax profits rose to £214.8m, up from £136.2m a year earlier.

The consultant Turner & Townsend has reportedly beaten off stiff competition to be named project manager of the proposed £250m Grosvenor Place scheme in Belgravia. Subject to planning, the 1.

British Land and The Daily Mail General Trust have announced the conditional sale of DMGT’s 14.5 acre Harmsworth Quays printing works site at Canada Water in South East London to British Land. 

Wandsworth Council has approved planning permission for two major resi projects on London's South Bank, creating nearly 3,000 new homes