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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 …

It's that time again and the Land Registry has released its House Price Index, showing a 107 per cent increase in the number of £1m+ properties sold in May 2012 (562), when compared with the same month …

An odd proposition from Winkworth, but one that could prove mighty attractive to investors with a eye on the long term: they are marketing a property in South Kensington with a "deferred purchase agreement

 The prime property market continues to romp along (relatively speaking) while Britain's economy languishes in the doldrums, with a third consecutive quarter of dismal news on GDP: national output in …

Henry VIII still has a lot to answer for

The priming of the south bank again marched onward this week, as Squire & Partners' £400m two-tower scheme for Vauxhall was approved by Eric Pickles.

The industry has reacted with vigour to Sir Adrian Montague's recommendations on how to tackle to UK's housing shortage, which include institutional investors bankrolling the large-scale construction of…

DPG's flagship property portal Zoopla is booming. The site has reported a 45% spike in traffic levels and a surge of inquiries to agents during August

The majority of British architects are pessimistic about their workload levels for the coming year, according to RIBA's Future Trends Survey, but the high-end residential sector is proving to be "resilient,"…

Following the success of last year’s awards at Maison & Objet, the Society of British Interior Design (SBID) has announced a shortlist for its inaugural 2012 International Design Awards, which attracted p…