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There may be less showmanship these days, but Russian buyers are still a major force in the market, reports Alisa Zotimova

A burgeoning global crop of luxury 'branded residences' command an average price premium of 31% over non-branded counterparts, according to new research by Savills - but there are significant differences…

Lettings chief Tim Hyatt takes the reins in the capital as super-prime heavyweight Noel Flint retires after 38 years with the agency

Five charts that help to explain some of the key factors behind London's falling house prices, explored by Geoff Meen, Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Reading

In one of the most spectacular unveilings seen in London this - or any - year, a Grade I listed building on the capital's grandest garden square has emerged from an extraordinary refurbishment programme…

Ritz-Carlton owner has grand ambitions to develop many more stand-alone luxury residential schemes around the world in the coming years

How the ultimate office-to-resi conversion scheme revived one of London's original skyscrapers

It's the biggest month of the year for design folk in London; PrimeResi picks ten key events for the interiors, architecture and landscaping industry

Yolande Barnes has been appointed Chair of London's prestigious new real estate institute, after nearly 30 years with Savills

Lupa Land has acquired the 2.25 acre Kent Street Baths site; Pegasus has secured planning for its 1,009 unit 'New Monaco' project; Galliard has won approval for its 379-home Timber Yard

INTERVIEW: Well-known former sales agents Lucie Hirst and Delphine Colombo discuss their new venture, current market trends, and dream properties on Cadogan Square....

Serious potential purchasers are not really interested in how long the property has been on for, says Trevor Abrahmsohn, so why are vendors so obsessed with 'freshness'?