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The proportion of cash buyers in prime central London has slumped from 74% in 2011 to 49% in 2012, according to the latest (well-timed) report from Cluttons

LSL Property Services, who bought Marsh & Parsons, Davis Tate and Lauristons in 2012, has reported a 62% drop in pre-tax profits for the year ending 2012, down from £17.6m to £6.7m.

Malaysia's HNW community is set to double over the next three years, growing from 32,000 individuals to 68,000 in 2015, according to a report in the New Straits Times

New permitted development rights may have to be delayed as many of Britain's biggest cities - including Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool and most London boroughs - have applied for exemption from plans…

An “unexpected” skills crisis is fast developing in the construction sector as the cancellation of graduate trainee programmes at the start of the credit crunch has led to a "severe shortage of professionals wit…

Private housing is the principle driver of optimism about future workloads amongst architects, according to the latest member survey by the RIBA

The Royal Borough has approved Roman Abramovich's £10m plans to renovate his £100m 17th century Chelsea home.

Winkworth has shrewdly mapped out by exactly how much international buyers are benefiting from Sterling's slide, with Moody's downgrade tipped to stimulate yet more interest in the capital's property market

The New London Awards, billed as recognising the very best in architecture, planning and development in the capital, are now open for entries with the coveted Residential category sponsored by M3 Consulting

Grosvenor Gardens in Belgravia is poised to undergo a £1m makeover by London-based developer Oakvest.

Dwellworks, LLC, a US-based relocation and real estate firm, has announced its expansion into the United Kingdom with the acquisition of one of the UK's most established search consultancies, County Homesearch…

One of the most impressive apartments in Knightsbridge has gone on the market with Strutt & Parker today