Chipperfield wins Pritzker Prize
Sir David Chipperfield - the designer of luxury property developments including One Kensington Gardens and 30 Grosvenor Square - has been named as 2023's Pritzker Prize laureate.
Listen: International Women’s Day sparks ‘possibly the most honest conversation in property to date’
'Whilst there have been positive conversations and changes made, the challenges women face run deep and can no longer be overlooked.'
Knight Frank Finance inks tie-up with major insurance firm
Gallagher has been appointed as the agency's dedicated insurance broker.
Search begins today for ‘Britain’s most beautiful building’
Entries are invited for the UK’s richest architecture prize - the Royal Fine Art Commission Trust’s 2023 Building Beauty Awards.
Low-built stunner in St John’s Wood seeks £14.95mn
Detached 1840s six-bed on Marlborough Place is unique to the area, say agents.
Mark & SevenCapital secure £258mn loan for ‘landmark’ Kensington resi scheme
JV's 100 West Cromwell Road project is delivering 462 new homes across seven blocks, including what will become the tallest building in RBKC.
Foxtons rides rental market as sales slow
New CEO Guy Gittins says he can see the agency generating £25mn to £30mn of operating profit in the medium-term.
New crackdown on PCL’s empty homes
Westminster is rolling out a series of new measures to discourage the purchase of holiday homes or 'buy to leave’ investments.
Boutique agency seals brace of super-prime rental deals in Notting Hill
High-value off-market transactions involved two of the area's finest period homes.
ITV invests in architectural firm
Deal will 'bring Resi to millions of viewers'.
Foreign investment in London property remains well below pre-pandemic levels, despite a surge in dollar-buyers
Dollar-based buyers enjoyed significant currency discounts on homes in London last year, but demand from European and Middle Eastern buyers remains low.
Capco/Shaftesbury merger completes, creating a £4.9bn central London property giant
Shaftesbury Capital Plc owns some of central London's most famous addresses, including Covent Garden, Chinatown and much of Soho.