Super-prime property contractor goes into administration
Chelsea-based firm has operated in the luxury property sector since 2013, delivering around 140 projects.
Jenny Naylor will be overseeing marketing & PR strategy for the top-end developer & property management firm as they roll out some ambitious expansion plans.
Agency bolsters line-up in the capital with new recruits from Strutt & Parker & Anderson Rose.
Designed to address ‘ever-increasing issues’ facing businesses in the sector, Hintel will act in place of, or together with, existing HR and recruitment teams
Caroline Foord has been at the helm of the high-performing KF branch in W11 for 23 years.
Anderson Rose was founded by ex-Hamptons director Jon Byers in 2011.
It may be world famous as a luxury retail destination, but Knightsbridge has emerged as the discount capital of PCL for dollar-based property buyers
Justin King CBE has been appointed Chair of London estate agency Dexters, replacing founder Jeff Doble, with a remit to 'accelerate growth from its existing London-wide network of over 70 offices.'
Edo Mapelli Mozzi's property design and development firm has formed a joint venture with Australia's Rory O’Brien to create the Masthead Ocean Club.
45 Clapham Common North Side is 'truly one of the finest Victorian homes to come to market in recent years', say agents.
Mark Pollack and Richard Bernstone's Aston Chase has capitalised on increased demand for the leafy urban villages of Central and North West London.
Top-end London property brokers are enjoying a bonanza of urgent interest from wealthy international buyers with US dollars to spend, looking to take advantage of a significant currency discount.
Christian Swaab has returned to Knight Frank as a Partner after ten years, having previously been the firm's Director of International Residential Sales in the Middle East.
London’s prime property market shows ‘signs of a slow but steady return to health’ – but super-prime sales struggle
Demand for £2mn+ homes in London continued to climb in Q3, according to analysis of property portal data, while a lower proportion of open-market £10mn+ properties are finding buyers than last year.
Former journalist Gráinne Gilmore is one of the most influential property market analysts in the business, having run research for Knight Frank, Zoopla and now Cluttons.
'Should the TV series Succession move to London, this would make the perfect home for one of the family', say agents.