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There's a lot going on in EA Shaw's "Patch" (the bit between the West End and the City); new masterplans and new prime property developments seem to be popping up all over the place

With just six more weeks of marketing left until Christmas, some more evidence things have been hotting up in the prime central London sales market; a whopping 36 per cent upsurge in the number of transactions…

Great British institutions Clive Aslet and Peter York will be discussing the work of Thomas Cubitt, one of London's key architectural figures and master builder of Belgravia and Pimlico, at an event hosted…

90% of UK homebuyers want compulsory regulation for estate agents to better protect buyers, according to a new RICS survey

Shrill accusations and sullen aftermaths - who doesn't love a good old-fashioned "game" of Monopoly? Well it seems the geniuses behind the boardgame were also purveyors of uncannily reliable real estate…

Knight Frank's Henley office is getting its very own lettings department on the 12th November

Trevor Abrahmsohn, founder of Glentree Estates, "Lord of Bishop's Avenue" and, more importantly, PrimeResi columnist, scooped the Lifetime Achievement Award at last night's glitzy Spear's Wealth Management…

The number of office sites being converted to domestic accommodation is set to rise significantly over the next two years - primarily in Central London - driven by the continuing rise in residential values,…

November's London Private Client Networking Evening is all set to kick off tomorrow night in the private suite of the Balls Brother's Carey Lane venue.

A penthouse on Park Lane has just sold for £19.5m, breaking the £4,000 per square foot barrier and achieving a 400 per cent appreciation since being sold by the same agent in 1996.

43 per cent of properties in prime areas of London are now worth £1m, up from 34.6 per cent a year ago, according to new research from Marsh & Parsons.

A 63,000 square foot block at 19 Cavendish Square has just been put on the market for £60m with Whitmarsh Holt Young, Savills and Jones Lang LaSalle.