Economic Crime Bill fast-tracked through House of Commons today
The long-awaited Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Bill will be "expedited through all its Commons stages" today (7th March), four years after draft legislation was published.
‘There will be nowhere to hide’: Government fast-tracks Economic Crime Bill & register of overseas property owners
"Time is up for Putin's cronies hiding dirty money in the UK and this new legislation will help to crack down on economic crime, including removing key barriers to using Unexplained Wealth Orders," says…
Foreign owners of UK property have six months to comply with new registration documents, as the Economic Crime Bill completes its fast-track passage through parliament.
"I want to explore an option which would allow us to use the homes and properties of sanctioned individuals – as long as they are sanctioned – for humanitarian and other purposes," said Michael Gove at …
22 Park Street is currently set up as offices, but proposals are in play to return the red-brick townhouse in the heart of Mayfair village to private residential use.
'Buyers are feeling overwhelmed by news reports and headlines, which are often not fully reflective of the experience many of them are having on the ground,' says Jo Eccles of Eccord.
Daniella Perez Herrera has been managing marketing & comms for the luxury design practice for the last five years.
Residents at the newly-converted No.1 St James's will be able to call on a personal wine concierge, and drink in the views of St James's Palace...
The developers behind some of London's biggest projects have been bringing forward phases to meet demand.
London, New York & Dubai lead the way for HNWI home-buying intentions, reports Knight Frank.
Three architecture teams have been appointed to accelerate the delivery of the first phase of the ambitious Earls Court regeneration project: Sheppard Robson with Serie Architects and dRMM; Haworth Tompkins …
London’s super-prime property market ‘has very much found its feet again’ as transaction levels remain high
Spending on £10mn+ homes in London has reached a seven-year high, leading Knight Frank's Rory Penn to suggest that 'for now, the super-prime market in London has very much found its feet again.'
The revamp of an unmod period piece in Upper Feilde, previously in the same hands for half a century, has set a new benchmark for the well-regarded building on Park Street.
New London Architecture's 'London Centre' will open in the the City of London's Guildhall next year.
Sean Ellis was previously Executive Director of housebuilding giant Berkeley Group.
Planning reform is once again causing headaches for a Prime Minister.