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Dan Cruickshank, the architecture/history guy off of the TV, has come out swinging against "massive new developments" in London's East End

Carter Jonas has hired former Lambert Smith Hampton man Tim Shaw as Partner to lead the firm's London Development team.

Hamptons has been looking at where the 250,000 exiting Londoners move to and when..

PCL specialist developer Dukelease and Brimelow McSweeney architects have bagged planning permission for a big office-to-resi scheme in Fitzrovia

Featured in every issue of Hello! magazine ever printed, Michael Winner's "completely over the top" Holland Park seat has been snapped up by another shy and retiring type

As reported last week, London's price growth is calming down a bit: PCL prices went up by just 0.2% in November, taking annual growth down to +6.9%

Sol Zackay's Topland Group has sold a swathe of prime Bath city centre to Tony Pidgley's Berkeley Group. The 1

Everyone's been patting backs over a new deal that will create one of the UK's biggest private rental property portfolios using overseas investment, showing the strength and potential of the PRS just a…

Some more offloading of military-grade property for resi development: Inland Developments has agreed to buy "arguably one of the best development opportunities in the South East of England," the Defence…

Mumbai-based Lodha Developers has bought the Canadian High Commission building, MacDonald House, on Grosvenor Square for £306m.

Education, it seems, is becoming more valuable: the average price premium for a home within a mile of one of England's top A-Level schools is +30%, up from +27% last year