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Both sides are claiming victory over the latest HS2 appeals, as a judge has ruled that the consultation into property compensation along HS2's route was "so unfair as to be unlawful

Savills' pretax profits rose 21% to £60.8m on a group revenue of £806.4m (up 12% on the year) in 2012, thrashing most analysts' expectations.

Rightmove has added a little disclaimer to all lettings listings in an effort to mitigate against the Advertising Standard Authority's ruling last week, which requires agents to include all compulsory…

Qatar's property investment arm Qatari Diar has announced that John Wallace, its CEO in the UK, will be leaving the company

The shortlist for the showcase "Residential Property Personality of the Year" category at this year's RESI Awards has been kept under wraps for the last month or so - presumably to build dramatic effect

Lambeth Council has given the thumbs up to plans for St James Group’s major new scheme at 20-21 Albert Embankment. 

Niseko, Japan - yoo Design Studio Elle Macpherson's favourite developer, John Hitchcox's yoo, has unveiled plans to roll out a series of branded residences throughout Asia

There are twice as many buyers and tenants to each property outside prime central London, compared to inside the PCL zone, according to the latest Douglas & Gordon Market Barometer

Landlords of residential property who carry out repair works to their property have been given a helping hand by the Supreme Court, say Mishcon de Reya's Philip Freedman and Jonathan Warren

Plans for a new £30m bridge connecting Chelsea and Nine Elms have crossed into the realms of possibility, as Wandsworth council and Transport for London get ready to launch a design competition.

The fate of a decaying Gothic mansion described as the "Welsh Downton Abbey" hangs in the balance today, as a row between a local council, a developer, a local conservationist and an absent owner rages…

A quick refresher in advance of this afternoon's House of Commons debate on introducing a mansion tax.