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The Grade I listed Hartwell House in Buckinghamshire plays host to this year's G7 Summit of global economic leaders

The aggregate value of penthouse apartments currently being sold in the capital has punched through the £1bn ceiling, according to the latest research from CBRE.

"Tough" measures that will see lettings agents take a front-line role in tackling immigration, announced in yesterday’s (8 May 2013) Queen’s Speech, have not gone down well in the industry (read what Trev…

HNWs are spending more time and more money on their fine art assets, as values have surged over the last two years, according to multi-family office Stonehage

Construction managers Turner & Townsend have been given the nod to oversee delivery of Battersea Power Station's Circus One first phase

More multi-millionaires call London home than any other city, although there are more billionaires in New York, and more millionaires in Tokyo, according to new research by WealthInsight

Areas in seventeen local authorities - including vast swathes of central London - have been exempted from new rights that make it easier to convert offices into resi, due to "exceptional economic circumstances"

The Planning Minister has challenged local councils to step-up to help boost housebuilding by finding land for local self-builders to build their "Grand Design

Alchemi's plans to convert 55 Victoria Street from offices into 54 apartments (with a bit of retail on the ground floor) have been approved by Westminster Council, despite the designs being recommended…

Bridgebank Capital has bagged a new line of funding up to £100m from investment managers Pamplona Capital Management.

Siobhan Staunton has joined Marsh & Parsons as Head of New Homes, based in Kensington

It sounds as though an epic redevelopment of 56 Curzon Street in Mayfair, former home to Leeds-born chef Marco Pierre White's Mirabelle restaurant, may have fallen foul of Westminster planners