Country Property News

What's the future for England's past? With a funding revolution and a sea-change in how the nation's heritage assets are valued, there's a reformation taking place at English Heritage

Opening a historic home to the public is no tea party, discovers William Cash as he gets into hot water with the W.I. during a Wodehouse-worthy episode at Upton Cressett.

As the planning application for Upton Cressett's wind farm breezes in, William Cash is more than a bit riled that the government's push for "local democracy" is nothing more than hot air amongst Shropshire's…

Welly never. The Cotswolds are coming to Kensington on 20th June, as John D Wood hosts a Cotswolds Property Exhibition at 140 Kensington Church Street, London W8.

The Grade I listed Hartwell House in Buckinghamshire plays host to this year's G7 Summit of global economic leaders

The only surprise at the passing of Linley Brook's local pub is that it managed to survive for so long, says William Cash from Shropshire

Average values for the prime regional country markets showed positive growth for a quarter (0

The first uplift in country house prices since 2011 has been recorded by Knight Frank's Prime Country House Index, although values remain roughly around 2004's levels and performance has depended greatly o…

As English Heritage prepares to celebrate the birth of heritage tourism with the 1913 Ancient Monuments Act, Britain's great estates are under siege from growth and progress, says William Cash from Upton…

Effective crisis management can dig you out of the deepest bunker, says William Cash. You just need someone like Matthew Freud and his highbrow journal The Brewery in your corner

Edward Pettit-Mills has joined Savills' Country House Consultancy business as an Associate in Newbury

Reports of particularly slim pickings in the prime country house market have been filtering in of late