David Cameron's approval of a "Creative City" around Old Street and Shoreditch is a death knell for the area, according to one of LSE's leading sociologist, Professor Richard Sennett

Ed Vaisey, the architecture and heritage minister, is "very worried" about the impact that high-rise developments on the South Bank will have on London's historic landscape and buildings, including the…

London property investment vehicle Ronson Capital Partners has just confirmed the start of development of Riverwalk, SW1, its high-spec 113-unit waterfront resi project in Westminster

David Morley Architect’s Hurlingham Club Outdoor Pool scooped the top award in this year’s Wood Awards 2012 competition. T

One of the world's greatest modern architects, Oscar Niemeyer, has died at the age of 104 in hospital in Rio

Battersea Power Station is "on track to begin construction in the summer and to begin hand over of Phase One to the new owners in 2016,” with residential sales slated to kick-off in Asia in January and i…

Is it finally going to happen? After many, many years and almost as many non-starting schemes, it looks like Battersea Power Station may actually be developed. And soon

Winners of the prestigious 2012 SBID International Design Awards - including 1508 for its sterling work at The Knightsbridge - will finally get their hands on their silverware (crystal trophies actually) …

A well-designed space should be able to tempt clients out even on days like this, says landscaping guru and new PrimeResi columnist Barry Burrows.

Britain's heritage is its most valuable asset, says William Cash as he continues to explore the wealth of culture in our listed buildings and country houses. Read Part One here

The Government must stop sidelining our heritage industry; it's why people visit Britain, says William Cash (part one of two)

In news that will send shockwaves through living rooms across the country, Hamptons International has found the kitchen to be the most important part of the house for potential buyers