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This year's Property Advisor category at the Spear's Wealth Management Awards is dominated by the behemoths: of the five shortlisted property finders, three are subsidiaries of major estate agents or banks

Whilst we're all for supporting our home-grown British talent here at PrimeResi, the Super Design Gallery that launched this year at Super Brands London, was an ex-industrial space dedicated to such s…

London's commuter belt has long been a key driver of property prices in the home counties, but the belt has been spreading like a New Yorker's waistline over the last decade

Knight Frank's Prime Country House Index shows that, whilst there was an overall price drop of 0.9% in Q3 this year, the toppy end of the prime country market did jolly well

It's all about to kick-off in Wales... Here's the latest schedule for RESI 2012

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has highlighted a swathe of proposals that put Britain's Green Belt at risk of imminent destruction

Kensington Palace Gardens is still the most expensive address in the world, according to Savills

Nearly half of all buyers have already made up their mind on whether to buy a property after setting foot through the door, according to a new survey

British Land and The Daily Mail General Trust have announced the conditional sale of DMGT’s 14.5 acre Harmsworth Quays printing works site at Canada Water in South East London to British Land. 

Robin Birley's new Mayfair club is ace, says William Cash from Upton Cressett Hall. It might even be a masterpiece.

A glut of prime developments are about to revitalise the area around Waterloo station in London