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South China Morning Post: If you’re going to buy a house in Hong Kong, live in it, warns tycoon Li Ka-shing
Amin Taha - of that Clerkenwell property - chats with the FT's Dominic Lutyens about 'living under threat of the wrecking ball.'
Portland Stone became the building block of London, but does it have a place in modern British architecture?
City AM's "Hot Property" Editor Melissa York explores the popularity of Portland limestone, asking whether high costs and the push for higher building density mean its days are numbered in the capital …
"Why should Brexit lead to a housing collapse," asks Ross Clark as he takes a bullish stance in The Spectator.
The Financial Times talks to Albert Hill and Matt Gibberd, founders of "editorial estate agency" The Modern House, about how they have turned an obsession with post-War architectural design into a fast-growing…
Britain's biggest property portal tells us which ten properties got the most clicks in 2018
The FT's Architecture Critic Edwin Heathcote looks back at a year in residential architecture, picking his top five design highlights of 2018
The outgoing chief exec talks to the Daily Telegraph about his 40-year journey with the all-conquering agency
‘The probability of Brexit negotiations going wrong & a Labour-led government is quite scary’ for property owners, says top wealth advisor
Bloomberg's Benjamin Stupples chats with Hari Hundle of UHNW multi-family office Twin Capital, which has just opened an outpost in London's Mayfair.
The Evening Standard reports on the case of a banker who is suing an architect for "almost £1m in damages" in the High Court, after a home cinema project didn't turn out as hoped.
The Daily Mail reports on the "£40m mansion left to rot for 33 years by notorious slum landlord Nicholas van Hoogstraten".
The Financial Times delves into why the discretion of off-market property sales appeals to the publicity-shy ultra rich