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Hong Kong has trumped Switzerland as most expensive construction market, according to EC Harris's latest International Construction Costs Report, while Australia and Japan have both seen significant r…

Candy & Candy has won planning permission to turn its own Knightsbridge office into a chunky 13,616 sq ft single residence

Planning Minister Nick Boles has (nearly, finally) published a new national online planning guidance resource for public testing and comment

You've probably heard plenty of chat about a "Surveyor Crunch" lately, with reports of hellish delays backing up the market all summer

Prime central London property prices rose for the 34th month in a row in August, according to the latest from Knight Frank, with a 0.6% month-on-month increase taking that rise to 4

Today's the day that Foxtons formerly hangs out the For Sale sign, with an announcement that the estate agency will float at least 50% of its shares on the FTSE stock market

The number of estate agencies going bust in Britain has leapt by 57% in the last 12 months, according to a report by accountants Wilkins Kennedy

Flying in the face of recent reports estimating that nearly three-quarters of London's new-build stock is sold abroad, one agency has reported a very different story going on right in the heart of the…

Eric Pickles has warned that freedom of speech and independent journalism are under attack in local government, after local residents were threatened with arrest for filming and reporting council meetings

There's a storm brewing between the Depart. for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Dept. for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) over what impact wind turbines have on rural house prices.

The Residential Landlords’ Association has put in its official response to the Government’s consultation on plans to introduce mandatory tenant immigration checks (announced back in May) – opposing the pl…

Jones Lang LaSalle has joined the flurry of firms significantly revising their market predictions up for the rest of the year and beyond