Those looking to secure a best-in-class new-build in the coming years will need to take an opportunistic yet strategic buying approach, writes Knight Frank's head of PCL developments.

Marek Wojciechowski Architects takes us through a reworking of the former home of science fiction novelist H.G. Wells, the firm's tenth project in Regent's Park.

As Keir Starmer gears up to make his first moves as PM, top executive coach Oona Collins explains how leaders in the property sector can successfully navigate the early days of a new role.

The three townhouses and three mews buildings are currently arranged as 15 lateral apartments.

Trevor Kearney launches US-style brokerage promising to 'rip up the rule book' on traditional commission agreements for top agency talent.

From a former embassy in Mayfair to a modernist super-home in Kensington, some extraordinary properties changed hands in H1 as HNW buyers shook off the pre-election jitters...

Keir Starmer, Rachel Reeves, Angela Rayner & Matthew Pennycook have a lot to do.

Featuring commentary & insights from: Dominic Agace, Guy Gittins, Tim Hyatt, Trevor Kearney, Camilla Dell, Marcus Dixon, Lisa Simon, Becky Fatemi, Nicholas Gray, Will Watson, Geoff Wilford & more

New government has promised 'change', including planning reform and ambitious housebuilding targets.

Sorting out ambiguities in the EPC system is an example of what the industry means when it calls for certainty from government, writes Ed Green.

Knight Frank's Tom Bill explains why international buyers might start to see their window of opportunity closing in the months ahead.

Knight Frank reports 'robust demand for exceptional properties' as St John's Wood team tucks away nearly £50mn worth of luxury listings.