“A proportional property tax would be a disaster” declares Anthony Browne – MP for South Cambridgeshire, a member of the Treasury Select Committee, and a former Europe correspondent at the Times and environment editor at the Observer – writing in The Spectator magazine.
Investigation attempts to find out who owns the apartments at One Hyde Park…
Mental health professionals advise on how to “minimise conflict” with tricky clients in this useful piece by Kelsey Mulvey for design bible Architectural Digest.
Writing for the Financial Times, Harriet Fitch Little draws on insights from architects, agents – and a homesteader in rural Nova Scotia – to put forward six key shifts that will ‘shape our homes in 2021 and beyond’…
HNWI are increasingly opting to rent their ultra-prime residences instead of buying them, according to this report by the venerable society magazine…
Writing for the Financial Times, Joshua Chaffin speaks to the luxury developers and agents attempting to sell New York’s most expensive new-builds in the midst of a global pandemic.
The ultra rich seek to turn holiday homes and private islands into more permanent bases for working and studying, writes James Pickford in the Financial Times.
Written by Jonathan Morrison, this fascinating special report for the Times charts the changing of the capital’s skyline from 1964 – when the 191m Post Office Tower became the first of London’s skyscrapers – to the present day.
Writing for the Financial Times’ House & Home section, Alexandra Goss picks up on one of the key trends to emerge in the post-lockdown property market.
Writing for the Times, Emily Kent Smith delves into the glamorous back story of the Durham Place mansion which was shockingly reduced to a pile of rubble last week.
“Scattered across London are churches that have been converted into spectacular homes,” writes Zoe Dare Hall for The Telegraph.
“Modern London is the wild west of the global property market,” writes Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins and parts of it are defaced and dying as a result.”