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71% of art collectors have bought art online, with 25% of the serious buyers (those spending more than £75,000 a year on art) putting down up to £50,000 based on little more than a JPEG image, according t…

It's not the neighbours that are driving doer-upper Alan Page up the (party) wall in Kensington; it's the surveyors..

After 17 years, the Chelsea Art Fair has had a bit of a brush up; the new gallery-style show is preparing to descend on the Kings Road next week, with 35 exhibitors from the UK and abroad inked in to show…

After an invigorating tour of India, doer upper Alan Page's triumphant London return takes a turn as he risks losing a chunk of the margin on his first SW3 renovation project, and weighs the relative merits…

It's nearly that time of year when everyone digs deep to back a horse because it has an hilarious name. Then feels a bit ashamed when it's carted away to the lasagne factory after the third fence

Investing in garden design without planning ahead will surely lead to growing pains. PrimeResi’s landscape design guru Barry Burrows explains how to keep things looking rosy all year round... C

UK homeowners want a 4.5 bed house with garage and garden in the South West of England, according to a survey by Primelocation

Power, drama and "a hint of the noir"... no, not the canteen at the House of Commons, but the new £245,000 Rolls Royce Wraith - the most exciting Rolls Royce since...well...the last one.

London is the luxury homes capital of the world, and the global prime property market is more similar to the fine art market than to the mainstream property market, according to a new report from Christies…

If you're looking for a few fillers on your "New Business Targets" spreadsheet, the 27th annual Forbes World's Billionaires list is out, featuring 1,426 ultra-high-powered names with an aggregate net worth…

Grosvenor Gardens in Belgravia is poised to undergo a £1m makeover by London-based developer Oakvest.

What has happened to London since the 'Greatest Show on Earth'? Let's take a leaf out of our European counterparts' book, says Rupert Collingwood..