W1S remained the most expensive postcode area in the capital with an average achieved price of over £2,900 psf
In Prime Central London
Shortage of stock continuing to support values, reports LonRes
LonRes Chairman William Carrington looks back at how last year compared to previous downturns, and forward to Prime London’s prospects in the year ahead…
Gwyn Richards will take the reins from the retiring Annie Hampson OBE next month
Buyers have finally returned to the prime postcodes, reports LonRes, but keep an eye on those stock levels…
Upper-class interiors house Linley and top architecture practice PDP London have created 28 high-spec apartments behind an historic facade in the heart of St James’s.
The annual total fell below 100 last year, following a series of high-profile disputes and a tightening up of council policy
Most areas have seen new listings fall by over 50% since the height of the market in 2014, reports Coutts
Great Portland Estates has agreed a £450m credit facility linked to its “environmental, social and governance” performance.
Aiming to ‘set a new benchmark for the London super-prime market’ the developer’s second resi scheme marks Dorchester Collection’s first foray into branded residences
Super-prime developer hails flying start to ‘milestone year’ as flagship PCL projects take shape; high-end firms now needing to go well above and beyond to attract local and international interest, says sales team
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by Zamira Hajiyeva – the wife of jailed Azerbaijani banker Jahangir Hajiyev – to discharge the Unexplained Wealth Order made against her by the National Crime Agency.