Properties

So it looks like Zoopla, Britain's number two property portal after Rightmove, is the next UK residential giant to follow Countrywide's and Foxton's lead and look into a stock market float

Featuring that instant-classic visualisation of London's Southbank in ten years' time, CBRE's authoritative report on the area's transformation is not to be missed

Labour Councillors have accused Westminster Council of allowing developers to "buy out" their on-site affordable homes obligations at a "cut price", and losing out on a massive £31,130,387 as a result.

Marcus Cooper's magic touch has been in evidence again

Number One Grosvenor Square, currently the Canadian High Commission, is to be sold off for either residential or hotel use

There's a great deal riding - and rising - on London's Southbank right now

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…

Stopgap lender Dragonfly has been involved in a pretty high-profile project on Dunraven Street, Mayfair..

Where square footage is at a premium, developing the space above a building can unlock sky-high rewards

Hamptons has opened up a major new resi sales office to cover the vogueish Hyde Park and Bayswater areas, taking the estate agency's London sales network to 29 offices - nine of which have opened within…

Kensington & Chelsea planners have rejected proposals for a subterranean extension under an £8m Notting Hill house, after an outcry from celebrity neighbours.

A Middle Eastern buy-to-let investor has snapped up the entire Apple Apartments development at 94 Baker Street in one fell swoop