The Market

After peaking this year, the UK's resi market is entering a "sustainable growth phase", according to CBRE, as the firm announces its forecasts for 2015 and beyond

Landlords at the top end are likely to start placing more reliance on their agents for guidance on immigration checks, following the introduction of a controversial pilot scheme earlier this month

The Cadogan Estate has collaborated with design bible Wallpaper* on a pretty innovative pop-up project at its new scheme in Knightsbridge.

It's been a year of two halves in the PCL lettings market, says Lucy Morton, with the supply and demand pendulum swinging towards supply in the latter half of the year

House prices increased by 10.4% in the year to October, according to the latest batch of ONS data, although seasonally adjusted prices eased up by just 0.1% between September and October

One in three properties currently listed on Zoopla have been reduced to some degree, says the portal, with discounts adding up to a grand total of £3.8b

London's prime resi market is now operating "wholly in the shadow" of May's general election, says Knight Frank, with those changes to stamp duty adding to this short term uncertainty to squash demand…

About 20,000 rental properties in London are worth £2m or more, says Knight Frank. A mansion tax on the these homes could have some significant unintended consequences for tenants and landlords...

PCL-based independent Henry & James has hired Steve Cook to head up its Belgravia lettings team.

Hamptons International has ramped up its Country Residential Development & Investment, Land & New Homes offering, with the appointment of James Turpin as Senior Land Negotiator. A

Westminster City Council is pretty worried about all the office-to-resi conversions going on at the moment. So much so that it's in the process of overhauling its policy to "reverse the current trend".

The priciest rental apartment in New York City has finally found a tenant.