Design

Alchemi Group has hired construction firm John Sisk & Son to build its latest resi project in Victoria

Britain's cities are "on a collision course to be overrun with bland, homogenous developments,” warns Battersea Power Station's Head of Design and Placemaking in a new book on urban development around th…

Ultra-hot Battersea is about to say goodbye to some of its unsightliest landmarks, as yet another major resi scheme looks to hasten the area's transformation

Some pretty significant estates have hit the market in the UK over the last year, but not many can claim to have been submitted to the United Nations UNESCO Committee to join the likes of Stonehenge and…

"Planning should not be the exclusive preserve of lawyers, developers or town hall officials," pronounces the Planning Minister Nick Boles in a statement of intent for the planning process.

A "lively" panel discussion is promised at Portland Place in a few weeks, as RIBA's excellent series of talks moves onto the topic of modern architecture

The government has been playing around with listed building consents, introducing a swathe of reforms that are intended to improve the lot of heritage home owners and the properties they care for..

A converted electricity sub-station built by the renowned Scottish architect Charles Stanley Peach has just hit the market in Little Venice, with a price tag of £17.95m.

Residents of modern luxury developments are increasingly looking for more than an apartment, displaying an appetite for "lifestyle packages" to rival those found in the world's top hotels. 

Building projects are never easy, but they can get seriously stressful if you fall out with your team half way through

The marketing suite for Battersea Power Station's Phase Two has been hoisted on top of the development in preparation of the units' release on 1st May

Around 3,000 "mothballed" self build projects will kick back in to action as a result of the lifting of the Community Infrastructure Levy on owner-occupied and -commissioned homes, according to the government…