Developments

The Help to Buy Scheme may be a brave effort, says Trevor Abrahmsohn, but the Government needs to deal with the banks and the planners if it really wants to provoke a healthier property market...

Luxury property developments in Soho have seen the biggest per square foot price gains over the last year compared to other areas in PCL, rising by over 14%, whilst prices in Knightsbridge have risen by…

Super-prime design firm Casa Forma has launched a property development division, the nattily-named CF London

As a single parking space hits the market with a record £300k price tag and a new report reveals how councils are raking in vast profits from parking fines, Sheila McCusker explains how developers are …

If you were developing a building as culturally significant as the former Beatles HQ, you'd be bonkers not to go big on the heritage angle

Resi land values in prime central London shot up by 4% in Q2, whilst prices across the UK rose by an average of 1.2%, according to Knight Frank today. This means that average UK values have risen by 1.

A scheme to turn the former DFID offices at 1 Palace Street SW1 into 78 luxury flats has been approved by Westminster council

Land Securities has had its 89-unit office-to-resi scheme at 70-88 Oxford Street W1 approved by planners

There's talk of a tax on office-to-resi conversions in Westminster, as the Council tries to maintain its 10-year principle of a "fine grain" level of mixed use buildings

The lack of decent schemes in W8 has not gone unnoticed by the capital's army of canny developers. Camilla Dell investigates the new crop of prime projects vying to tempt the Knightsbridge crowd..

Cambridge House, the old In & Out Club, at 64 Piccadilly is being marketed by Wetherell as London's first £250m home (read all about it here).

Cordea Savills has closed its Prime London Residential Development Fund having bagged over £200m.