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Two Houses: Sometimes even the star cross'd need professional help

Only George and his minions already know what's actually on the cards for Wednesday's Budget 2014, but our panel of prime property pundits, experts and insiders know what they want (and don't want) to…

John D Wood's Head of Valuation James Wyatt talks us through the complicated business of safeguarding the future value of a property...

Over 20 years after the company's last overhaul, Cluttons completely changed its colours last month in what it hopes will be an award-winning rebrand

Double celebrations for William Cash as he celebrates both his recent nuptials and a big win for localism and the Shropshire landscape

Beware the hubris of market interference, says Jeremy McGivern as he turns to Shelley's King of Kings for insight into London's inflating property prices: equality is not - and never has been - an option…

Residents of modern luxury developments are increasingly looking for more than an apartment, displaying an appetite for "lifestyle packages" to rival those found in the world's top hotels. 

Building projects are never easy, but they can get seriously stressful if you fall out with your team half way through

Universally regarded as the definitive status symbol for any HNWI, penthouse apartments in are a different league to the rest of the market.

Know your Otta Phyllite from your Alta Quartzite? Us neither

With stained glass by Ballantyne of Edinburgh, a carved oak library by Willcox of Warwick, built-in paintings by Landseer and one of the country's finest formal gardens with Paxton-designed hothouses,…

Space planning - sometimes called interior architecture and often confused with interior design - is coming of age