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New "Right to Contest" powers have officially come into force today, allowing the public to contest the use of central government land and property and apply for its release.

London has pipped New York to be named as the world's top city for foreign estate investment opportunity, according to a survey by the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate

The London suburb of Fulham saw more £1m+ sales than any other area of the UK last year, with a whopping 335 deals at an average price of£1,779,323.

Bridging finance specialist Montello has scored "a real coup" by teaming up with CBRE for its latest real estate fund, which will dabble in short-term lending deals as well as getting involved in development…

The Chinese state-owned developer Greenland Group has just bought the 7.75 acre Ram Brewery site in Wandsworth from Minerva, in a transaction with a total investment value of around £600 million.

Egerton Crescent in South Kensington has been given the title of "Nation's Most Expensive Address" by Lloyds Bank for the second year running, with an average sale price of £7,369,000.

The latest (November) Land Registry Index  is out and there sure are some interesting stats on 2013's sales volumes.

Prime central London prices turned in a strong finish to the year, with a 0.8% rise in December halting a ten-month slowing in the rate of annual growth, which had dropped to 6.9% in November

After wrestling the title of Britain's most expensive seaside resort from Sandbanks last year, Salcombe in South Devon could soon be adding another feather to its guano-covered cap

Jones Lang LaSalle has announced an upping of sticks from Hanover Square this year as it consolidates its West End teams

The average price of a prime country house in the UK climbed by 1.4% in the final quarter of 2013, according to Knight Frank, taking the annual rise to 3.1%

You didn't happen to show a Kazakh millionaire called "Oleg Duchenko" around any properties in 2013 did you? Chauffeured Bentley, dark glasses, heavy Eastern European accent? No? Phew...