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There are clearly issues surrounding how affordable housing is delivered in the capital, but the tone of this 'poor door' debate risks throwing the baby out with the bathwater, says real estate lawyer Edward …

For homeowners - especially those in the South East and London - it has never been more important who wins the next general election, says Trevor Abrahmsohn...

Understanding and anticipating cultural differences is a huge part of gaining a true insight into a client

Prized four-acre swathe of London's Midtown bought in one of the biggest deals of 2014 so far

In the third part of Savills' World in London report, Paul Tostevin looks at how government intervention affects the capital's prime property market, and how  international developers are the key to unlocking …

In the first part of Savills' World in London 2014 report, Director of World Research Yolande Barnes explores what makes London such as star player on the international field...

In which William Cash throws an Elizabethan bash at Upton Cressett to celebrate his wife's birthday, his father's knighthood, and a local planning triumph.

After three years of hard feuding, plans for an 80-metre wind turbine in Shropshire's heritage heartland have been withdrawn

The capital's residential developers are finding themselves in an impossible situation; pressure is building to provide a solution to the housing crisis, whilst planning restrictions show little sign o…

Despite this week's proposed rejig by Labour, the introduction of a so-called mansion tax would have a disastrous effect on the London property market as a whole, not just above £2million, argues Edo …

The European Commission is attempting to interfere and meddle from across the North Sea, in a highly sophisticated and particularly specialised local market, the dynamics of which it simply does not understand

Many a man has been driven to great lengths by love, and architecture is often a rewarding (though insatiable) mistress for such a passion, says Matthew Beckett...