Insurance firm looks at how people expect their homes to change over the next 5, 10 and 20 years

Knight Frank maps the most- and least-photographed Grade I listed buildings in central London, as Grosvenor re-opens Mayfair's St Mark's Church following a £5m refurb

Mayfair's rental market 'has changed dramatically over the last 20 years' says Wetherell, as titled family landowners give way to professional investors and 'new money'

"Architecture for well-being is not just a trend but the result of scientific findings: it cannot and should not be ignored"

With new BBC drama ‘The Split’ about to hit the airwaves, Trevor Abrahmsohn looks at one of the key drivers of the UK's resi property market...

Upgrading the name of a property to something more aspirational can work wonders, says Charlie Wells, but beware of overdoing it….

Average noise level in the capital falls somewhere between a conversation at home and one in the average office

Jackson-Stops tots-up the annual costs of commuting from Surrey hubs as the county bumps its Council Tax rates up by 6%

Property lawyer and food writer Nicky Richmond grills Tuscan Capital founder Colin Sanders over lunch at The Coach in Clerkenwell

When it comes to running London's most desirable residences, the old proverb "a stitch in time saves nine" is as true today as it ever was, says Bill Shipton...

Luxury retirement living is coming of age in Britain, as a batch of super-prime new-build property developments set new standards for wealthy retirees in London.

Cluttons delves into London's home ownership aspirations