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The number of £2m+ homes being bought through the offshore company tax-dodge has plummeted by 80% since March's budget, according to the FT.

The Government's Finance Bill 2013, published today, confirms that the proposals announced in March this year are coming into force in April 2013

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…

In the second of who-knows-how-many parts, serial renovator and buying-agent-turned-client Alan Page decides that prime central London is the only place to become a (semi-) serious property doer upper

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

Great schools and even better golf courses keep the cash flowing through the shires, says Julian Amos

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)

The Guardian has named a batch of "secret" property barons who it claims own UK properties through offshore firms based in the British Virgin Islands (BVI)

One of prime property's newest names, Oracle Capital Group, launched its flagship luxury development in London in partnership with Harrison Varma last night

The global dream of owning a great Scottish estate continues to drive the Highland market, with off-market sales dipping but - as ever - playing a key role

The super-prime London property market continues to attract more international interest than any other world city, according to a new report from CBRE. A significant 12