Insurers braced for raft of subsidence claims as Britain swelters
The Met Office measure of soil moisture deficit in the UK is currently at "high amber", which is not great news for some properties built on clay soil
"Unprecedented period of dryness" over the Summer "sparks subsidence shockwave", says the Association of British Insurers
'Disputes over dual fees have become an increasing cause for concern', says The Property Ombudsman, and the problem is 'reflecting poorly on the industry as a whole'
Rural areas tend to have higher Council Tax bills than urban locations.
Henry Hird will be leading the 40-strong team at Sims Hilditch as the award-winning studio embarks on its 'next phase of growth'.
Developer confirms Juan Pablo Molyneux will create the residents’ communal areas for 1 Mayfair, the forthcoming RAMSA-designed scheme billed as 'London’s most exclusive address'.
‘After all, property is a people business’: In conversation with top Savills execs Pete Bevan, Liza-Jane Kelly & Richard Gutteridge
The agency's London & PCL chiefs share their insights on achieving success in the industry, the biggest market shifts of the last 25 years, and the latest buyer & seller trends...
Deal sees top-end construction & maintenance firm expand its range of specialist services, and sets up a foray into the world of superyachts.
Agne Karazuite and Ed Boden have taken on new roles in Chelsea and South Kensington.
Fresh analysis by luxury estate agency Beauchamp Estates looks into the wealth and lifestyles of the global super-rich.
'Now is a good time to buy' a property in the capital, says estate agency.
Recovery will be 'slow and steady rather than spectacular', says high-profile agency.
Joint-global head of the agency's Private Office saw off competition from seven other high-profile names at the 2023 Spear's Awards.
Queen Victoria and her family visited Fulmer Gardens House regularly, and even planted specimen trees in the glorious grounds.
New show unit goes on display at JTRE London's Triptych Bankside, where resi sales have now topped £200mn.
Property prices are still falling across most of the UK as supply improves - with buyers in London and the South East securing the biggest asking price discounts.