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Berkeley Group's AGM, which happens today, will see Chairman Tony Pidgley confirm that long-term goals and shareholder expectations are all in-hand and hunky-dory

It's a big week for Landmark Quest, provider of risk management, mobile solutions and software for lenders and surveyors, as it announces two senior appointments, including Mark Milner from The Digital Pr…

A quick update on a story we featured in May..

Many buyers say they'll only consider a freehold or long-lease property, but that rules out a huge number of cracking homes, especially in prime central London

Knight Frank's latest report, out today, shows that prime central London property prices are now 14% above their March 2008 peak, and nearly 50% above their March 2009 low

Prime central London rents have now fallen for fourteen out of the last fifteen months, according to Knight Frank's latest Residential Review. August saw a 0.4% drop, taking the annual change to -1.7%

Next month's Economic Development Bill is likely to centre around new planning laws that could pave the way for the destruction of the Greenbelt - one of Britain's most popular planning laws

The pipeline of prime residential property developments in London is surging, with over £38bn of schemes and 15,000 units currently earmarked for completion in the next decade, according to new findings …

The buzz of the Olympic summer in London has significantly swelled interest from international buyers, but most appear reluctant to swallow the higher SDLT and are looking to purchase below the £2m threshold, …

Now you don't even need to view a property to value it..

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has highlighted a swathe of proposals that put Britain's Green Belt at risk of imminent destruction

The £5m+ prime London property market remains buoyant, with the Middle East, Russia and other Commonwealth of Independent States countries dominating proceedings, according to Beauchamp Estates' latest …