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Our landscape design guru Barry Burrows doesn't let red tape get in the way of a cracking creation in Kensington...

Alec Watt on priceless pianos, the beauty of Britart and some tennis-based tomfoolery..

Write off the summer market at your peril. July is the new June, says Julian Amos..

Overseas wealth continues to play a considerable role in shaping the city, says Yolande Barnes in the final part of Savills' World in London report.

In the third part of Savill's World in London report, Paul Tostevin runs through who's buying up London and where they're from; domestic buyers still account for the lion's share of the resi market, but…

How does the Queen's bank assess the current health of the UK's residential property market? Stephen Rees, Head of Real Estate Advisory at Coutts, runs through some of its key risks and opportunities and…

Property forecasts are even less reliable than the weather, says James Bailey; you need to be on the ground, in the market, to really know what's going on.

Authoritatively addressing the bigger picture, Aylesford International's latest research has taken an interesting look at key European markets and how governments are specifically targeting HNWIs in a…

It's not the availability of finance that's the problem, it's the service standards of some lenders, says mortgage maestro Andrew Montlake...

The latest idea from a Lib Dem MP - to stop developers selling homes to overseas buyers - has not gone down well with Trevor Abrahmsohn. At all.

Some properties just don't measure up, says Alan Page..

Qatar's changing of the top brass - as Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, the Emir, hands over power to his son, Crown Prince Sheikh Tamim, this Summer - could cause a chunky "Marbella Effect" on the …