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 Dominvs Living Ltd have big plans for luxury property development in London.

There has been significant declines in the number of applications for university architecture, building and planning courses, according to figures published by the Universities and Colleges Admissions…

St James, Berkeley Group's luxury arm, has reportedly hired creative agency Luchford APM to launch its new Riverlight development on the South Bank

From 6 April 2012, people who leave at least 10 per cent of their net estate to charity may be able to pay a reduced rate of Inheritance Tax of 36 per cent

Vendors cut asking prices by 1.7% in the last month as new sellers outnumbered successful buyers by two to one, according to Rightmove's July Property Index

The prime London property market is grinding to a halt as the Olympics approach, according to Cluttons' latest "London View" report

The top two new homes in the "Best Luxury House" category at the What House? Awards are both in St George's Hill, Weybridge, with Octagon Bespoke and Consero winning Gold and Silver for their respective…

The Government's latest proposals to mitigate the effect of flooding on homeowners has not gone down well with surveyors

The Secretary of State for Transport, Justine Greening, has announced that no decisions will be made on any compensation due to owners of properties affected by the HS2 scheme from London to Birmingham…

The Government missed a "golden opportunity" to create jobs and stimulate the economy when it decided to start charging VAT on repair works to listed buildings, claim RICS

Family homes in London's commuter belt and the PCL market were the biggest performers in Q1, according to Hamptons International's newly launched Property Price Tracker Index

Douglas & Gordon's "London Barometer" for June yields few surprises for the sales market, with demand, supply and prices pretty much in line with expectations