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Hamilton Bradshaw Real Estate is launching yet another venture

It's been a while since we've had a good old awards ceremony - at least a couple of weeks - but it was the turn of the mighty property marketing world to throw some high-fives last night at the 21st PMAs,…

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are having no bearing on the sale of properties, according to County Homesearch, although the laudable plan was to help improve the energy efficiency of housing stock

Strutt & Parker has debuted its big idea in property measurement this week, pushing sales by volume over standard square footage

Robbie Williams' country pile - one of Wiltshire's finest - is now on sale for £3m less than he paid for it in 2009, having been on-and-off the market since July 2010.

An architect and building contractor have pleaded guilty at Westminster Magistrates' Court to causing irreversible damage to a Grade II listed townhouse in the heart of Notting Hill

The Council of Mortgage Lenders has estimated that total gross mortgage lending in May leapt up to £14.7 billion, representing a rise of 21% from £12.2

Ed Miliband is calling for new compulsory purchase powers that would give local councils the right to forcibly buy back land with planning permission that property developers are sitting on

Iain Mulvey has joined Carter Jonas as Business Development Director

Sir Mervyn King GBE FBA’s (he's just been given a peerage) ten year reign as Guv'ner of the Bank saw a £600k surge in London property prices, with house prices in prime central London lifting by 58.4%

A global recovery in the property and equity markets caused a bit of a rebound for the world's wealthy in the in 2012, with the investable wealth of High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) growing by 10% to…

The National Grid has erected a rather chic (relatively speaking) prototype of the next generation of electricity pylon, designed by Danish architecture firm Bystrup