Developments

Berkeley Group's AGM, which happens today, will see Chairman Tony Pidgley confirm that long-term goals and shareholder expectations are all in-hand and hunky-dory

The pipeline of prime residential property developments in London is surging, with over £38bn of schemes and 15,000 units currently earmarked for completion in the next decade, according to new findings …

The priming of the south bank again marched onward this week, as Squire & Partners' £400m two-tower scheme for Vauxhall was approved by Eric Pickles.

Developer Derwent is set to reveal final plans for 14,000 square feet of resi (and 323,00 square feet of offices) at its much-anticipated Fitzrovia site, according to Building Magazine today

Eric Pickles has launched a consultation into amending Section 106 agreements - which require developers to invest in local communities in return for planning permission - in an attempt to reinvigorate…

Super hi-spec resi developer Morpheus has just announced the appointment of Steven Blaess as Creative Director to spearhead the expansion of its design team

WA Ellis are confident the current groundswell in developments throughout PCL will correct the current supply/demand issues, whilst their lettings team are reporting bidding wars on family homes and healthy…

Shortly after a Gulf based investor took a 45% stake in the company, Native Land has exchanged contracts to acquire a prime resi development site at 30 Old Burlington Street, London W1 from Standard L…

David Cameron has announced that Battersea Power Station's long-awaited £8bn redevelopment will will begin next year, describing the 16ha site and Rafael Vinoly plans as “quite simply one of the most …

Reuben Brothers have reportedly appointed architects Paul Davis & Partners to start drawing up plans for the redevelopment of the former Naval & Military Club at 94 Piccadilly

Oakmayne Bespoke has just released the second phase of its Verge Mayfair development, with 5 Hertford Street designers, Lambert & Browne, in charge of the interiors

After a brief window of less-aggressive pessimism, the latest Construction Industry Forecasts predict a 4.5% drop in construction industry output this year.