Flying in the face of recent reports estimating that nearly three-quarters of London's new-build stock is sold abroad, one agency has reported a very different story going on right in the heart of the…

Amazon Property, in partnership with British Land, has been given the thumbs up by Westminster's planners to convert the former Hempel Hotel in Bayswater into eighteen luxury apartments

Nestled in between Notting Hill, Marylebone and Mayfair, canny buyers are waking up to the riches that lie within Tyburnia (the area formally known as "around Bayswater", but brilliantly and almost single-handedly…

Rafael Serrano has netted formal approval to turn Admiralty Arch into a hotel, private members' club and super-prime private residences, with construction due to kick off early next year.

Super-prime developer Northacre Plc. has hired former Partner of Estate Four, Niccolo Barattieri di San Pietro, as Chief Executive Officer.

London's diplomatic map is being redrawn, really spoiling property developers with a glut of ambassadorial opportunities in Mayfair, Marylebone, Westminster, Kensington and Holland Park, according to …

The MOD's Old War Office building in Whitehall is now surplus to requirements, and is being put up for sale for "more than £100m".

Green developer Igloo has been given the thumbs up by planners for a new £10m mixed-use scheme in Barnsbury, North London.

Galliard Homes has acquired 35 Old Queen Street, W1 - the former European Council of Foreign Relations building - for £21.

One of Kensington's most anticipated new schemes has just moved a step closer to construction

Grosvenor might, we hear, be considering flogging it's 11-15 Grosvenor Crescent office-to-resi scheme , otherwise known as Project Falcon, to luxury developer Wainbridge Estates.

Free the leviathan of residential construction from the callous shackles of planning control, says Edward Keene..