Government backs Unique Property Reference Numbers
"The government remains a strong champion of UPRNs," says Housing Minister Christopher Pincher.
Housing Minister Esther McVey wants to make Britain's planning and property-buying scene more like online banking
Tie-up with the RICS and the NAEA aims to 'help agents spot the signs of money laundering and reinforce their legal and moral obligations to report suspicious activity'
Call for Evidence opens on proposals to give landlords and tenants "faster and more effective justice in the event of property disputes"
Johns&Co adds new offices and a flagship HQ in 'pivotal' year.
New legislation is in the works that will require owners to secure change of use consent for short-term rental properties in England.
'Sensational' double-fronted residence near Harrods was created by one of London's top luxury developers.
'Landmark' 50-storey tower at Bankside Yards is the tallest new resi structure currently under development in PCL.
IN PICTURES: 'Pearl of neoclassicism' sparked unprecedented global interest, reports brokerage.
Georgian-inspired gem in Shropshire was built in a grand manner, using state of the art tech.
This is the first phase of a 1,120-home redevelopment of Church Street in Marylebone - Westminster's largest regeneration scheme.
Louna Del Barrio has joined the agency after four years at John D Wood.
In Conversation: Middleton Advisors’ Mark Parkinson & Tom Hudson on the latest buyer trends & the legacy of the GFC
PrimeResi meets the co-founders of prime property agency Middleton Advisors to discuss how the events of 15 years ago 'broke the natural market rhythms', and why recent changes in the industry are making…
Prime Central London boroughs Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea saw property values fall sharply through 2023, but six London boroughs bucked the trend to record price growth through the year...
In Pictures: Daniel Baliti and Jeremy Spencer's firm has secured planning consent for a significant resi-led scheme, located between The Whiteley and Park Modern in W2.
An expanded collaboration with Malmö-based agency Croisette gives Knight Frank a 'comprehensive approach to real estate' in Sweden, Iceland, Denmark and Finland.
Despite joining the Euro and Schengen zone, Croatia's property market saw a decline in both international and domestic buyer demand last year
By Ivan Varat
'We expect house prices to fall between 2% and 4% this year,' says Britain’s biggest mortgage lender.