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There are, according to CBRE, around 300,000 residential units in the capital’s planning pipeline.

A fire has reportedly destroyed a house on one of London's most sought-after mews, just weeks before the completion of an 18-month refurbishment

Planners at the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea have given development firm Grainger the green light for a couple of Assael-designed schemes with a combined value of £110m.

Super-prime developer Oliver Burns has named a new addition to its Hertfordshire-based team, in the form of a new lead architect

The firm behind the £8bn transformation of Battersea Power Station has joined the ranks of businesses and residents kicking up a stink over plans for the new Thames "super-sewer".

Peter Knight is taking over from Bill McClintock as Chairman of the Estate Agency Foundation (EAF), which does good works trying to combat the causes of homelessness

Orion Capital has pushed up the next phase release date for its UNStudio-designed Canaletto development next to the City Road Basin, after being happily surprised by early sales numbers

From 2000 to 2013, the total number of 200-metre-plus buildings in existence increased from 261 to 830 - an extraordinary 318% - according to the latest report from the Council of Tall Buildings & Urban…

It sounds like Native Land has decided to up sticks and shift operations from Mayfair to the Southbank

It's not easy to find out just how much business the UK's top buying agencies are doing these days

Aston Chase has jumped on the techno-wagon, joining up with property video company VistaBee to produce a film of a £9m St John's Wood penthouse using Google Glass.

House prices across the UK rose by 8.4% last year after a +1.4% December spurt, according to the latest from Knight Frank. London under-performed the wider country, posting a 7.5% price increase (+0