The Market

The top brass at the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea have undergone something of a reshuffle, announcing a raft of internal changes including a new Chairman of the Planning Committee

An engaging new map has tracked London's house prices in relation to tube lines and underground stations

This Saturday - the middle one in May - is the best day of the year to sell a house, according to Carter Jonas

Should buying agents also be selling properties for their clients? Camilla Dell takes on a piping hot potato...

The UK's Eastern Region looks to be in bullish form after a marked increase in planning applications, new developments, transaction volumes, town and country house prices and mortgage approvals

Rather than settling dust, one particular area of south west London is witnessing a dramatic sales trend in the wake of the government's new SDLT measures.

In his first column for PrimeResi, Ed Mead talks ska music, buy-to-bubble-wrap and flunking the milk and newspaper test..

Potential vendors are flirting with selling their properties, but supply levels still haven't risen to meet some pretty consistently strong demand in Douglas & Gordon's reckoning

Only 15% of respondents to the Government's consultation supported new permitted development rights that double the size of extensions allowed without the need for planning permission, according to results…

299 of the 455 applications made by homeowners living in the shadow of HS2's first stage have been rejected, according to reports today

Making sense of Westminster's mercurial micro-markets, Martin Bikhit analyses the fortunes of Tony Blair's illustrious stomping ground - the Hyde Park Estate and Connaught Village..

A new "one-stop-shop service for planning consents" will, according to Whitehall, make major infrastructure projects easier to get off the ground by reducing the number of bodies developers need to consult…