In Pictures: The Mayor of London has approved the major mixed-use regeneration of a 10-acre site in Shoreditch, 20 years after developers acquired it and six years after plans were first submitted.
Bristol Zoological Society has announced that it is selling its historic Gardens site in prime Clifton, suggesting that existing buildings could be developed for residential use.
Originally built for entertainment impresario Fred Karno and known as the Fun Factory, this property has been converted into a spectacular live-work space by artist Richard Harrison. It’s on the market at £3.25m.
An experimental robot has been roaming around the building site at Battersea Roof Gardens, checking up on construction progress for architects Foster + Partners.
“This is the ultimate trophy property,” declares architect Peter Pelsinski, while seller Eli Bar calls it “the world’s most unique and trophy penthouse.”
“Skyfall” is located next to Tilford Woods and Hankley Common in Surrey, where key parts of the 2012 Bond blockbuster of the same name was filmed.
Knight Frank has put a £1.15m guide price on the Grade II listed Tower House, which features an ornate illuminated clock tower and “tardis-like proportions”. It needs a buyer with “energy and gumption”, says the firm.
In Pictures: Lerpinière House is one of the most expensive rental properties in the area.
Billionares and millionaires have been asking to rent K10 Group’s super-mansions – including the £75m Amberwood House in Knightsbridge and the £30m Culross House in Mayfair – prompting the developer to pitch multi-million pound buy-now-pay-later “Creative Finance Solution”…
Thomas Balashev’s boutique property firm has bagged its first US instruction, eyeing a further roll-out in America.
40-acre site on Heslington Road was home to one of the world’s oldest mental health institutions.