Some fragrant opinions were flying around at last night's ES London Housing Debate, with housing heavyweights - and audience members - weighing in with a selection of ideas that ranged from barking to…
Individuals who have investment properties, second homes or shares standing at a gain should consider taking action before 5 April 2013 to trigger those gains in this tax year
Despite some laudable aims, will this Budget lead to the demolition of even more of our historic architecture, asks Trevor Abrahmsohn... A neutral budget in these austere times is always welcome.
If you're keeping an eye on ups and downs across the pond, it's worth noting that Herzog & de Meuron's fervently anticipated 56 Leonard - billed as "the most imaginative and architecturally significant …
Big landlords are “raising the bar” for tenants, as London rents forecast to grow by 24% by 2018 – Savills
Rents in prime London rose by 1
As George Osborne limbers up for his big day, the prime property industry is agog with anticipation of what may come
It's a world of optimism (and stats) according to Francois Ortalo-Magné and Dr. Mahdi Mokrane's summing-up of MIPIM week...
UK homeowners want a 4.5 bed house with garage and garden in the South West of England, according to a survey by Primelocation
The chance to rescue a sensational sleeping beauty, set deep in the Norfolk countryside..
Want to impress a Chinese billionaire? Go to Tesco or bag a swan, says Tracy Kellett as a Chinese client gives BDI's Managing Director a rude cultural awakening.
As the Chancellor prepares to deliver his Budget next week, Trevor Abrahmsohn beseeches him to help a vital part of the property sector..
That "appetite for risk" phrase has cropped up again. This time in deVere Group's annual global investor confidence survey