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"The 21st-century village is not the quaint place of yesterday" says Strutt & Parker, as it analyses the evolution of the English idyll from twee Cranford to a dynamic mini-hub populated by Rusticarians, …

Mayfair's "original village" - a former red light district that's now home to probably London's most exclusive private members' club, 5 Hertford Street - Shepherd Market is still a refreshing enclave o…

It’s a rare event that commands such raging ambivalence.

Morality aside, who can blame the world's super-rich from heading to London and taking advantage of legal tax efficiencies, asks William Cash

Former Head of Branding at Candy & Candy talks to PrimeResi about what makes a great premium brand

300 years after his birth, the influence of the great landscape gardener Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown is still very apparent — and growing — in contemporary garden design. Savill

'Getting the most out of an existing building is an increasing focus for owners and developers and extending into the air rights above a property is a strategy more and more are pursuing'

"Meh" pretty much sums up a lot of reactions to Chancellor George's eighth Budget speech

Soho-based development firm Landmass talks us through the remarkable transformation of a 622 square foot 'chocolate box' into a 3,280 square foot, five-storey residence valued at £6.95m. Just

The short-term merchants and those in transit through London may have been seen off by the Chancellor, but life goes on for the rest of us, says the Property Vision team...

One of London's most high-profile agents

There's no denying that things in prime central London have become more tricky, with some punitive tax changes and a deceleration of price growth, but the Golden Postcodes and their environs have "demonstrated remarkable re…