Heritage

English Heritage is launching the first crowd-sourcing project to tackle heritage at risk

It’s that time of year again and once again the rumble of a mansion tax echoes around the conference halls, says leading historic building consultant Ben Furnival, as he calls for exemptions at least fo…

Developer Oakmayne Bespoke has snapped up a Grade II listed townhouse on Soho Square for £8m, which it plans to convert into five ultra-prime residences.

An extraordinary modern holiday home shoehorned into the crumbling walls of an ancient moated castle has won the RIBA Stirling Prize 2013 for the best new building of the year.

What's the future for England's past? With a funding revolution and a sea-change in how the nation's heritage assets are valued, there's a reformation taking place at English Heritage

Some people really deserve to have streets and squares named after them. An engineer called Hugh Myddelton - who was knocking around in the 1600s - is one of them

Much like a classic car club, but with bigger stakes, the Listed Property Owners' Club was set up over twenty years ago to give advice and support to those with a penchant for period property

Fancy brushing up on your knowledge of the capital's preeminent abodes? Better pop this in the diary then; John D Wood is sponsoring a typically high-end evening of wit and wisdom called "An Evening with…

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.

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".

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..