An odd proposition from Winkworth, but one that could prove mighty attractive to investors with a eye on the long term: they are marketing a property in South Kensington with a "deferred purchase agreement

Henry VIII still has a lot to answer for

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

Development Securities has completed on the disposal of residential and retail components at Westminster Palace Gardens, which sold for £21.9m (netting the developer a profit of £2m).

UNESCO, the world heritage body, has voiced concerns over the impact of increasingly altitudinous new developments on London's historic buildings.

Britain's system of leasehold tenure is in drastic need of reform, a new report by CentreForum has suggested

Nestled in between the Sultan of Brunei and the Saudi royal family, the Nepali Embassy at 12a Kensington Palace Gardens is one of the world's most sought after addresses, but its future lies in the balance…

A panel of five agents who will advise on the compulsory purchases of properties in the path of the £33bn HS2 rail link has been named.

Capital & Counties Properties PLC (Capco) has appointed the well-respected Anne Byrne as legal counsel, the company's first in-house lawyer

Shropshire is home to a wealth of top-notch country estates, says William Cash, but some could do with a touch of demolition

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…