The Market

The number of office sites being converted to domestic accommodation is set to rise significantly over the next two years - primarily in Central London - driven by the continuing rise in residential values,…

A penthouse on Park Lane has just sold for £19.5m, breaking the £4,000 per square foot barrier and achieving a 400 per cent appreciation since being sold by the same agent in 1996.

43 per cent of properties in prime areas of London are now worth £1m, up from 34.6 per cent a year ago, according to new research from Marsh & Parsons.

A 63,000 square foot block at 19 Cavendish Square has just been put on the market for £60m with Whitmarsh Holt Young, Savills and Jones Lang LaSalle.

Prime estate agency John D Wood & Co. is all set to open its newest (and sixteenth) London office in Ladbroke Grove on 6th November

It's the twentieth working day of the month, which means one thing - Land Registry Data

In his first column for PrimeResi, Julian Amos scales the security gates to report back from the salubrious suburbs...

So proposals for the HS2 compensation and safeguarding schemes have finally been announced and on-the-ball Knight Frank are urging property owners to act now

A canny bit of promo from Knightsbridge estate agent Kaye & Carey points out that Ringo Starr's luxury pad, that he shared with his 'Bond Girl' missus Barbara Bach, has hit the market.

The always engaging Lonres Autumn Market Report is out today and it paints a picture of a market in flux..

Lucky properties on Crossrail's route will benefit from an extra £5.5bn in value over the next nine years, according to a research from GVA (commissioned by Crossrail).

Cast your mind back to March last year and you may remember filling out the massive 2011 Census form and being asked whether or not you had a second address. No? It has been a long year