The way people move in/out/around London is changing, according to the latest research report from Winkworth
In the third installment of Alan Page's "Do-Er Upper Diary", the serial renovator and buying-agent-turned-client continues his search for a property with the x-factor...
In the second of who-knows-how-many parts, serial renovator and buying-agent-turned-client Alan Page gets some professional help (via Twitter) Like most men, I'm somewhat averse to asking for help
David Morley Architect’s Hurlingham Club Outdoor Pool scooped the top award in this year’s Wood Awards 2012 competition. T
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
In the first of who-knows-how-many parts, serial renovator and buying-agent-turned-client Alan Page embarks on a novel scheme to do up property in prime London
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.
Kinleigh Folkhard & Hayward is reaping the benefits of investing in its Completely London publication, as the title picked up yet another prize, this time at last night's International Content Marketing…
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
Master craftsman Claudio Celiberti and celeb' cook Aldo Zilli unveiled "the world’s most expensive kitchen ever created" last night at One Mayfair. It costs £1 million.