Electricity grid capacity could thwart housebuilding in West London ‘until 2035’
Property developers in three London boroughs have been warned large resi schemes may be put on hold for ten years or more...
The number of planning applications to build skyscrapers in London has dropped by more than 13% in the last year, according to the ninth annual London Tall Buildings Survey by New London Architecture and…
Planning and development activity in the capital has 'remained stoic' in the face of uncertainty, says Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward
Opportunity.London aims to "promote sustainable investment into real estate, regeneration and green infrastructure across London’s boroughs and communities."
‘A seismic evolution’: Second Generation build-to-rent developments ‘feel more like lifestyle hotels’
Knight Frank's Oliver Heywood highlights the latest trends shaping Britain's burgeoning BtR sector - following a 'seismic evolution' in recent years.
Recently rebuilt 'to a hotel-grade specification' behind the original façade, Mulberry House has been the home of the Swedish-born Mortstedt family for over three decades
Felicity Walker was previously branch manager at Foxtons in South Kensington.
Pilbrow & Partners-designed proposals for the redevelopment of Kilmuir House were knocked back by planners last summer.
1767 townhouse on Wimpole Street has hosted numerous prime ministers and royals over the years.
Unmod lateral on exclusive Wadham Gardens is now looking for just over £7mn.
Buying agency flags surge in off-market selling and an increasingly fragmented industry as key challenges for affluent purchasers
‘It’s extremely rare for a home of this magnitude to be available on the open market’: £11mn price tag for Turner’s Chelsea townhouse
Buyer sought for blue plaque 'gem' on Cheyne Walk.
'With the number of UHNWIs in Monaco set to rise by 23% in the five years to 2026, it makes complete sense for Knight Frank to strengthen its presence in the market,' says Edward de Mallet Morgan.
January's RICS UK Residential Survey show the most widespread property market decline since 2009.
Seasoned acquisition specialist Charlie Wells dispenses some sage advice for those looking to transact in the current climate.
The former home of the financier Bernard Cornfeld, right next to the forthcoming Peninsula London, has been reworked by Voza as a grand pied-à-terre.
LRG-owned London estate agency has teamed up with other local businesses to foster a sense of neighbourhood in West London.