March saw a 57% increase in the number of people looking to buy a property in London, and a 21% increase in the number of tenants looking to move compared to February, according to Chestertons.
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‘The controversial ruler of Dubai has acquired a land and property empire in Britain that appears to exceed 40,000 hectares (100,000 acres), making him one of the country’s largest landowners’
Agency confirms heavyweight new hire at its Sloane Street base.
‘Britain’s most expensive apartment’ – an 18,000 square foot duplex at the game-changing RSHP-designed scheme in Knightsbridge – is said to be up for grabs.
‘The full force of the demand that has built up over the last year will only be felt once international travel restrictions are relaxed’, says Knight Frank.
Domus Stay promises to “open the doors to some of London’s most outstanding homes for short-term rentals.”
PrimeResi meets two of the resi development scene’s brightest young stars, Russell Smithers & Jacopo Marzocco of REDD, to talk through their meteoric rise, ambitious new plans, and why they believe the UK’s planning and tax system needs an overhaul…
Extraordinary King’s Cross residence designed by the RIBA Royal Gold Medal winner hit the sales market last year.
As the race for green space continues, new analysis shows the areas with the highest density of trees in the capital.
A penthouse flat in Great Portland Estates’ quick-selling 14 Brook Street development, which overlooks Bond Street, has come onto the rental market.
Qatari Diar’s super-prime Chelsea Barracks scheme is one of only 16 developments in the world to achieve LEED Platinum certification for green building.