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15,000 home-owners have apparently been sent a letter that suggests that their properties will be subject to a  Compulsory Purchase Order to make way for the HS2 rail link.

Demand is outstripping supply by a factor of ten, as an average of 9.7 buyers chased each property for sale in November, according to Countrywide. That's up from 8

Douglas & Gordon's Ed Mead is taking on a new role as Executive Director of the agency. Mead

RICS London is launching a residential forum to complement its existing Commercial Property Market Forum, and has made a couple of "important new leadership appointments" to make it all happen:

Forming part of the "Brits Who Built the Modern World" season, this newish display at the V&A - the first part of a major exhibition organised by the Royal Institute of British Architects - is well worth…

International buyers accounted for 56.5% of Chelsea specialist Russell Simpson's sales last year, while nearly three quarters of new tenants were from overseas

After a five-year absence, it sounds like the "golden hello" is making a comeback in the upper echelons of the property industry, as firms battle to sign key personnel

London's £5m+ market broke all the records for volume and value in 2013, says Savills, but price growth at the top of the top-end was slower than the capital's prime market's average, and per square foot …

December kicked right off in Douglas & Gordon's patch, with a 50% increase in the number of properties hitting the market, a 20% jump in new buyer registrations and a 40% hike in the number of offers received

Northacre has been confirmed as the development manager on the much-anticipated 1 Palace Street scheme, right next to Buckingham Palace. Under the terms of an agreement with Palace Revive Ltd

Savills has launched a new interactive property price map of the UK by pointing out that house prices rose, on average, by 7% in 2013

A BBC investigation has claimed that £1.5 billion of Section 106 money remains "unspent" by English councils, with a whopping £421m yet to even be allocated to anything.