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Knight Frank's latest report, out today, shows that prime central London property prices are now 14% above their March 2008 peak, and nearly 50% above their March 2009 low

The pipeline of prime residential property developments in London is surging, with over £38bn of schemes and 15,000 units currently earmarked for completion in the next decade, according to new findings …

The buzz of the Olympic summer in London has significantly swelled interest from international buyers, but most appear reluctant to swallow the higher SDLT and are looking to purchase below the £2m threshold, …

It's that time again and the Land Registry has released its House Price Index, showing a 107 per cent increase in the number of £1m+ properties sold in May 2012 (562), when compared with the same month …

Do open houses ever work at the top of the market? Dan Crofton looks at a launch tactic that divides the market

An odd proposition from Winkworth, but one that could prove mighty attractive to investors with a eye on the long term: they are marketing a property in South Kensington with a "deferred purchase agreement

Development Securities has completed on the disposal of residential and retail components at Westminster Palace Gardens, which sold for £21.9m (netting the developer a profit of £2m).

Britain's system of leasehold tenure is in drastic need of reform, a new report by CentreForum has suggested

Nestled in between the Sultan of Brunei and the Saudi royal family, the Nepali Embassy at 12a Kensington Palace Gardens is one of the world's most sought after addresses, but its future lies in the balance…

Douglas & Gordon has ramped up its colonisation of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea by opening a third office in the area