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Spending on £10mn+ homes in London has reached a seven-year high, leading Knight Frank's Rory Penn to suggest that 'for now, the super-prime market in London has very much found its feet again.'

After influential spells in the Civil Service and at JLL, Tom Roundell Greene has been hired to lead Carter Jonas's ESG strategy.

Institutional investors are piling into the UK's build-to-rent sector, reports Knight Frank, as the firm highlights 15 areas that present particularly strong opportunities for BtR development.

Designed by Arts & Crafts master CR Ashbee, No.38 is expected to appeal to an art aficionado seeking a slice of the real Old Chelsea.

Sophie Candlin has taken over the running of the division from Rory Wallace, at the agency's recently-launched branch in SW London.

£500mn joint venture aims to deliver thousands of new rental homes at John Lewis and Waitrose sites.

22 Park Street is currently set up as offices, but proposals are in play to return the red-brick townhouse in the heart of Mayfair village to private residential use.

Unique residence spanning three buildings on the prestigious Belgravia address is 'both a penthouse and a house'.

'With trends now showing that green residential buildings could generate higher purchase and rental premiums, this could represent a major turning point in the way residential housing may be valued in…

Stephen Shipperley has steered Connells Group through some massive growth, including the acquisition of Countrywide in 2021.

St Ives in Cornwall, Galashiels in Scotland and Woodbridge in Suffolk are the happiest places to live right now, according to Rightmove's annual survey

Rolling 12-month transaction volumes are some of the lowest on record, reports LCP.