King Charles confirms a Leasehold & Freehold Bill will go before Parliament, with a view to banning leaseholds for new houses, and increases the standard lease extension period from 90 to 990 years.

The Law Society's new draft code of practice aims 'to remove the uncertainty around exchanging contracts for commercial and residential property by allowing [conveyancers] to use new technology to conduct…

Renowned economist Joseph Stiglitz is amongst those proposing 'an ambitious and yet pragmatic agenda for the coming years to move towards a fairer international tax system.'

With the roll-back on net zero policies billed as a cost saving exercise, Flora Harley examines whether UK homeowners value sustainability and how property marketing can play a role.

Widely-anticipated decision sees interest rates held steady again.

Michael Gove's new Leasehold Bill could mean all new houses must be sold as freeholds.

Discussions around support for buyers, stamp duty cuts and the Renters Reform Bill are becoming more hypothetical as the general election approaches.

Cutting Stamp Duty 'would cost a lot of money', admits a Conservative Party source, but could appeal to middle-aged voters.

New findings 'strengthen the case' for office-to-resi conversions in the capital.

The current listed building regime 'is not fit for purpose', warns the Listed Property Owners’ Club.

Developers have responded positively to Keir Starmer’s pro-development rhetoric, but political aims will need to square with economic reality, says Tom Bill.

Overuse of the words 'sustainable' and 'sustainability' can dim the urgency and the scale of what we have to do and by when, writes Adam Architecture's Dr Martina Pacifici.