The Planning and Climate Change Coalition, which represents over 60 cross-sector organisations, has strongly welcomed Baroness Hanham's comments in the House of Lords earlier this week, recognising the…
Strutt & Parker has added to the positive waves in 2013's property market so far with a batch of market stats and the news that the agency has been "specifically charged with selling 1,000 residential…
The transfer window's firmly closed, but the business of relocating soccer stars still has vital minutes left to play
Awards season kicks off early this year, with the shortlist for RESI Awards 2013 - the popular extension to the RESI conference which "recognise excellence in residential property" - revealed today
The Lib Dems have re-awoken the mansion tax debate all over again, despite the Tories categorically stating that "We won't introduce a new tax on property" in last year's Autumn Statement
Reports today suggest that Greece is about to offload a major asset in Holland Park, to the tune of £22m.
A property search agency in London has announced the punchy pledge of a "one-day guarantee", promising placement for rental clients in a single, high-octane day of between 18 and 24 viewings
The RICS have released an information paper on that scourge of surveyors and property owners, Japanese Knotweed, which kicks off its growing season right about now
Whilst a thermostat might not necessarily generate a lot of excitement, bear with us, because the Nest is no ordinary home heating control
Co-located events Top Drawer and Home, kick-started the 2013 buying season at Earls Court last month by hosting the largest number of British and international design-led brands in the shows' history.
It looks like it's all gone south for neighbours opposed to Daimler-Benz heir Gert-Rudolph "Muck" Flick's ambitious development plans in South Kensington
Westminster planners have approved an application by The Crown Estate to redevelop a large site between St James's Street, which runs from Piccadilly to Pall Mall, and Bury Street in the heart of St St …