Up to 3% of Knight Frank's UK work force are 'at risk', as the high-profile property consultancy considers downsizing.
Savills flags "remarkable resilience" at the top-end of the London property market, driven by demand for luxury flats rather than houses.
Heavily-tipped tie-up between two of the biggest names in luxury property is a 'fundamental shake-up for the industry'.
Proposals drawn up by luxury design studio Rigby & Rigby were well-received by the council.
While the world has changed beyond recognition in many ways since 1994, it remains surprisingly similar in others, writes Hugh Obbard.
Luxury agency's expansion drive continues apace, with the addition of two of PCL's best-known dealmakers.
Louis Harding has left Strutt & Parker to run a well-established estate agency in the UAE.
'There has been a clear shift in demand for purpose built prime homes that offer a lifestyle that can match or exceed that on offer at an exclusive 5-star hotel'
Alex Michelin & Matthew Robertson's new development firm announces plans to deliver a 30-unit scheme on The Bishops Avenue, just weeks after embarking on a top-end project in St John's Wood.
Inheritance Tax payments will more than double over the next ten years, suggests the Institute for Fiscal Studies, as it pitches a significant rejig of the death tax regime.
While eco-solutions require significant investment in terms of both strategy and execution, the long-term gains are already evident, explains Strutt & Parker's Josh Ayres.
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