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Fancy brushing up on your knowledge of the capital's preeminent abodes? Better pop this in the diary then; John D Wood is sponsoring a typically high-end evening of wit and wisdom called "An Evening with…

There's a great deal riding - and rising - on London's Southbank right now

There's a lot of talk floating around about a property bubble, as the number of first time buyers rises, the economy seems to be in recovery, consumer confidence is on the up, and some major real estate…

It's turning into a long Summer for our resident doer-upper Alan Page, as development matters take their sweet time to develop into a margin-worthy sale

Legal eagle Nicky Richmond runs us through some of the big questions to ask before getting all romantic...

London's resi development pipeline is likely to pump an extra £8bn into the UK economy, according to some research by London Central Portfolio.

What does the "P" in planning really stand for? Petty, Potty and Pointless, says our resident Doer Upper Alan Page... I'm all for Planning, but not necessarily for planning.

We all know waterfront positions can command serious premiums, but they can also land unwary buyers and developers in some pretty deep water

Despite being lumbered with astronomical SDLT and ATED bills, one agency reckons buyers at the top end haven't been beaten into submission just yet

If you've been on the streets of prime west London recently, you'll know the market is sizzling, with Bayswater, Notting Hill, Westbourne Grove, Holland Park, Ladbroke Grove and Kensington all hotter …

After what you could safely call a pretty successful sales push, only one of Oakmayne's ten Cornwall Terrace uber-projects remains on the market

It's no longer a case of Prime Vs Non-Prime property markets in London, says Douglas & Gordon's Chairman Michael Hodgson; capital values are riding the same wave, and both are cooking on gas.