The Market

Rather than benefit the working majority, a mansion tax could, in fact, do the opposite, says Tony Hennessey... Imagine for a moment that it is June 2015

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.

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

"We are not living in boom times" says a report from the Arbuthnot Banking Group

Marcus Cooper's magic touch has been in evidence again

Strutt & Parker has snagged one of the top names in PCL resi sales with the appointment of Casper Tham from Sotheby's

It sounds like EA Shaw has had a good run following its acquisition by CBRE, with the agent's latest quarterly residential report showing rises in demand, prices and transactions across the board

"Real house prices have been broadly flat since 2009", according to the latest Economic Review from the Office of National Statistics, with the fall in resi construction being "similar in scale to previous…

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

The traditional August lull didn't happen for W.A.Ellis, with a "stronger than expected" sales market and lettings enquiries up 50% on July's levels, driven by wealthy students

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

Here's a turn up for the books; English country estates have outperformed country houses and even prime central London resi in terms of average price growth over the last year.