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LSL's latest market report heralds a surprisingly healthy July, with transactions up 11% on June, largely driven by the top-end of the market; ten London Boroughs saw market peaks in July whilst Kensington…

Knight Frank's latest market update makes for some pretty dark reading as the recession dips deeper than expected in Q2, although prime central London prices continue to rise

Ian Hepburn When it comes to desirability and elusiveness, classic country estates are the Picassos of the property market

What does 'off-market' actually mean? In a special report, Dan Crofton goes in search of the silent listings that everyone's talking about...

PCL prices are 13% higher than the previous market peak in early 2008, but the pace of growth has slowed as uncertainty creeps into the market over proposed tax reforms and the impact of stamp duty, according…

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

Super hi-spec resi developer Morpheus has just announced the appointment of Steven Blaess as Creative Director to spearhead the expansion of its design team

WA Ellis are confident the current groundswell in developments throughout PCL will correct the current supply/demand issues, whilst their lettings team are reporting bidding wars on family homes and healthy…

Hamptons has expanded its Residential Development and Investment team with the senior appointment of Lesley Stringer as a Director

Shortly after a Gulf based investor took a 45% stake in the company, Native Land has exchanged contracts to acquire a prime resi development site at 30 Old Burlington Street, London W1 from Standard L…

The National Property Database (NPD), a new service claiming to provide detailed information on each of the 24 million properties across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, has been launched…

The Clarges Estate, Mayfair British Land has entered into a corporate agreement to purchase a vast swathe of Mayfair, including Clarges House, 6/12 Clarges Street and 82/84 Piccadilly for £129.6 million.