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British Land and The Daily Mail General Trust have announced the conditional sale of DMGT’s 14.5 acre Harmsworth Quays printing works site at Canada Water in South East London to British Land. 

Q2 has seen annual rental growth in prime London drop back into into the red for the first time in over two years, despite growth of 2.3

United House Group, the specialist developer and contractor, has achieved another year of record revenue levels,with the Group’s latest annual results showing revenue up to a £239m (2010: £201m) with pre…

Sheraz Dar, the marketing director responsible for repositioning Primelocation and FindaProperty, has reportedly left Digital Property Group, according to Marketing Magazine

Simon Trout has joined Residential Land's design team as Creative Director

The cost of living a high net worth lifestyle has dropped by 1

A 300 year old Georgian pile is to be transformed into a green energy blueprint for period homes in the UK

One of the largest Islamic banks in Europe, the Bank of London and The Middle East (BLME), has launched a property advisory service after seeing a significant increase in demand for prime London property

Zoopla has spoken out in the row over private listings that has dogged the portal's recent deal with the Evening Standard

Family demand is finally returning to prime areas according to the latest analysis from Savills

RIBA has raised its membership fees for the first time in four years. Annual subscription will rise from £370 to £383 in September, a 3.5 per cent increase in line with the CPI.

In a positive briefing note that claims a 420 per cent increase in viewings over the last 12 months, Kay & Co say that supply and demand is beginning to balance out in Marylebone and Bayswater