Priya Rawal’s Luxury Property Forum has teamed up with Women in Luxury Interiors and ADAM Architecture’s Women in Architecture Group for its April webinar, which takes place on Thursday 15th April.
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…
The Government has updated its official anti-Coronavirus guidance for the property sector, as lockdown restrictions in England are eased.
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.
Last week’s expansion of permitted development rights on high streets came as “a bit of shock”, says Roy Pinnock, a partner in the Planning & Public Law team of the world’s biggest law firm, Dentons. Changes announced by Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick open up many more commercial properties for residential conversion without the need for full-fat planning permission. Here Pinnock explains what the new PD proposals are, and what’s not to like about them…
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European investor CPI and London super-prime specialist Dean Main have made another big acquisition in Prime London, taking on the decommissioned West End Central Police Station on Savile Row. The team is exploring development prospects, including residential use.
Back to work plans are boosting demand for town and city homes, says Savills, but the country house and coastal property markets are still riding high.
PCL experts explain how shared spaces became seriously hot property.
This year’s Don’t Move, Improve! shortlist celebrates how home-owners are creating flexible spaces for living, working and playing.
Meriam Lock-Necrews recently joined the Battersea Power Station team as Head of Residential, taking the reins as the £9bn scheme enters a “pivotal” stage. In this exclusive interview with PrimeResi, the former Head of Super Prime Residential Development at Knight Frank shares her insights into London’s shifting property landscape, game-changing developments, gender diversity in the real estate industry, and why 2021 will be “the most transformational year yet” for the Battersea Power Station project.