Developments

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

It sounds as though the Crown Estate is preparing to go to market for a main contractor for its ambitious £450m St James’s Market scheme, which includes new homes totalling 3,700 m2 (40,000 ft2), rang…

Period or newbuild? Traditional or turnkey? The age-old question has reared it's head again in the wake of some high-profile new developments, but new research has suggested that experience really does …

Native Land has submitted a planning application for its site at 29-30 Old Burlington Street and 22-27 Cork Street in the midst of Mayfair's art-land

This week's proposals to overhaul historic right to light laws - cases can be traced back to 1611 - have set architects, developers and lawyers against property advisors and conservationists

It sounds as though Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich is about to have his wishes granted by Kensington and Chelsea Council

The Law Commission has announced a major new consultation to tackle the "unique" and "pronounced" issues affecting rights to light, which are having "a disproportionately negative impact upon the potential fo…

Berkeley Homes has reportedly bought the renowned St Joseph's site in Mill Hill, in a sale coordinated by Knight Frank's Residential Development and Institutional Consultancy Department

In conversation with Andrew Dunn and Alex Michelin, founders of luxury property development firm Finchatton.

Although a certain Malaysian-owned power station stole most of the headlines last month, attention has been shifting a little further upstream of late - into Fulham to be precise - where developer-of-the-moment…

It looks as though Finchatton has got it right again - the 3,000 square foot, three-bedroom showcase apartment in the firm's latest development has been snapped up after what sounds like a global bunfight

High-end property developer, St Edward, has chosen Helvar to provide the lighting controls for its new apartments and penthouses at 375 Kensington High Street