Jane Duncan Architects is reported to have admitted that it “fell below the standard of a reasonably competent architect” on a private residential project in Hertfordshire, but is contesting the extent of its liability.
Strong exam results, high life expectancy, excellent health and happiness scores, and high average earnings helped the area secure the top spot in this year’s Halifax Quality of Life survey; London absent from the top 50
Couple claimed their £1.5m Hertfordshire property should be classified as mixed-use, and therefore taxed at the lower rate
Formerly owned by a perfume company, the Grade II* listed stately home has been restored back to its original use – and grandeur…
New Hertfordshire base for global prime property network, as local agency JW&Co Langleys joins the fold
The ten-unit development in Radlett means that finance platform CapitalRise has lent against over £300m-worth of prime property since 2016
Super-prime property developer’s latest acquisition marks a big first step for its new multi-unit strategy.
Jackson-Stops looks into the best locations for train-going commuters into London, Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester
24-acre Art Deco factory site will deliver 1,440 new homes as it becomes “Wheat Quarter”
Affluent international buyers are shunning areas like Wentworth and St Georges Hill in favour of more rural countryside, observes top buying agent Jess Simpson – but the most-wanted locations are still within striking distance of the capital
Jackson Stops flags up ‘chronic’ lack of stock in the upper stamp duty bands; Surrey offering by far the most options for high-end househunters…
EDIT Residential targets sports stars, entrepreneurs and wannabe James Bonds with 12,500 square foot custom super-home scheme designed by Gianmaria Givanni…