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The transformation of 5.5 acres of land by Victoria Station - billed as "the capital's most exciting master-planned mixed use scheme in decades" - looks to be gathering pace.

Forget hi-falutin adjectives and swathes of superlatives; according to some eye-catching research from the States, viewers of online property particulars tend to hone in on a main image for no more than …

** UPDATE: The City of London Planning Committee granted full permission for Sugar Quay today **

The Budget's hints of relaxed planning regulations, the temporary office-to-resi permitted development right and the impending NPFF are just the beginning of a developers' free-for-all and a war on the…

Hurford Salvi Carr has decided to scale-up their AST Management team and bring it back to Central London. Natalie Doyle will be the new face in charge of things

Hot on the heels of Countrywide's successful IPO (the value of Britain's biggest estate agency rocketed 13.4% from £750m to £848.5

The return of the domestic buyer has driven a mighty Q1 for Jones Lang LaSalle, as the firm reports being involved in almost £1bn worth of residential transactions so far this year.

Brian Betsy has been promoted to Managing Director at luxury developer London Square

The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea has announced planning guidelines to "help limit the size of super-prime residential properties" in a bid to ensure a "balance in property sizes"

Half of cash ISA investors are eyeing-up residential property investment opportunities now that resi property is available in UK ISAs, according to fund manager Hearthstone

Analysts are not expecting much from the Budget today, with Michael Hewson, senior market analyst at CMC Markets, pointing out that:

It's listing day for Countrywide, who this morning said it would raise net proceeds of £191m from its IPO, after pricing its shares at 350p each yesterday, valuing the company at £750m.