Designing for the Future: Buildings must stand the test of time in the race to reach carbon goals
Architects and property developers "have to be more creative in our approach to buildings old and new, residential or commercial, to ensure that what we design, is designed to last," says SPPARC chief, Trevor Morriss.
Principal at Tenn Capital
Trevor is a renowned figure in the industry, he has lectured extensively and is a Board Trustee at the Architectural Association. Founding SPPARC in 2007, the practice is known for its signature buildings, the studio enjoys working across varying scales to create buildings, masterplans, interiors and product design.
Developing for the Future: On the healthy benefits of green building
New sustainable building regulations present an opportunity to address and improve other aspects of property design, says Olga Turner of sustainability and well-being consultancy Ekkist
By Olga Turner
Britain’s homes are ‘not fit for the future’, warns Gummer’s Committee on Climate Change
We are not 'adequately prepared for the challenges of climate change', warns the CCC, 'both in terms of reducing emissions from UK homes and ensuring homes are adequately prepared for the impacts of climate…
‘Green action not words’: RedBook pledges to pay for client’s projects to go carbon neutral
"We recognise the opportunity we have to be a ‘green influencer’," says Redbook Agency's CEO Tom Adams, as the firm commits to a major environmental initiative.
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Chestertons picks up well-known PCL lettings business
Estate agency takes over letting and management arm of boutique firm Henry & James as acquisition drive continues.
‘There is no lack of interest’: Peninsula London pauses sales after world’s wealthiest pick up 70% of residences
New five-star destination opposite Buckingham Palace has been described as 'the most significant addition to London's ultra-prime market in recent memory'.
Tom Bill: What does the higher bank rate mean for the UK housing market?
Lenders are tinkering with mortgage rates as a contradictory set of events unfold but higher rates are here to stay, says Knight Frank's head of resi research.
By Tom Bill
In Pictures: Former PM Johnson buys moated Oxfordshire Manor House
A source tells us that Boris Johnson has exchanged on Brightwell Manor for £3.8mn.
Foxtons takes cues from Netflix & Amazon in bid to ‘modernise estate agency’
Agency reveals how it is using AI to identify new leads in real time and get them 'to the right person at the right time'.
Ranked: The UK’s best places to live in 2023
Wadhurst in East Sussex has been crowned the overall winner in this year's influential Sunday Times rundown.
City Slicker: Inside a new Foster + Partners-designed penthouse in east London, asking £9.9mn
Principal Tower, a new 50-storey landmark on the edge of the Square Mile, is the only resi building in London designed inside-and-out by the world-famous architecture firm.
Luxury developer Mountwood unveils new boutique scheme in west London
Nearly half of the 24 units at Lexington House in West Ken have been picked up off-plan.
‘Reassuringly uneventful’: Stability returns to the prime London market, for now
'Some will be reassured by the current period of uneventfulness and take it as an opportunity to act', suggests Knight Frank, but this rare window of calm is unlikely to last...
Peak Chic: British design firm reimagines the traditional ski chalet
IN PICTURES: OB Architecture unveils concepts for a striking new take on the classic alpine building.
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London is no longer ‘the clear leader’ amongst global financial centres, says City of London
London and New York rank joint-first as the world’s top financial centres, according to new analysis by the City of London Corporation.
Cadogan starts work on £46mn Sloane Street ‘transformation’
Cadogan and RBKC have brought in architects John McAslan + Partners and landscapers Andy Sturgeon to revamp the famous Chelsea thoroughfare.