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Integral leisure complexes are currently riding a wave of popularity, but can you really make one feel like a natural part of a property? John Evans explains how it pays to think deeply about the architecture…

This year's events programme at the 41st Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair  (6th to 16th June 2013), has a few real gems for arty/antiquey/interiors types...

As this year's horticultural hullaballoo dies down for another year, our landscape design guru Barry Burrows reflects on his baptism of fire..

That rather pernickity client wants to go for luncheon, get suited-up and have a night out; where to recommend? There's an awful lot of choice in London...

With a comprehensive drubbing of New Zealand in the bag and and a rip-roaring Ashes series in the offing, hopes are unnaturally high for some English success on the cricket field this summer

Buyers in the South West should be prepared to shell out a whopping 66% premium if they want a prime spot on the waterfront, according to some new research from Knight Frank

CEO of Accouter Design Alec Watt hones his high-end pitching skills..

As the market becomes more polarised, so the debate on second homes becomes more intense

An intrepid team from Savills is limbering up for an epic expedition from Land’s End to John O’Groats next week, all in the name of promoting the joys of our countryside to the younger generation.

Hamptons' staff have baked and raffled their way to raising £25,000 for Cancer Research UK since an official corporate partnership was announced between the charity and the estate agency in February.

Buyers pulling out have doer-upper Alan Page pulling out his hair, as he embarks on the rollercoaster of selling a property, but a novel commission arrangement might just work for everyone

Windsor is the most minted small town in the UK, with 850-900 dollar millionaires living in the neighbourhood, according to new research from WealthInsight