Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove has argued in a “personal capacity” against a proposed housing development in his constituency.
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”…
London’s Deputy Mayor Jules Pipe has approved controversial development plans by Queensgate and Rockwell Property for the Kensington Forum Hotel on Cromwell Road, despite vocal opposition from many locals and RBKC Council.
August’s new Permitted Development Right on upward extensions paves the way for up to 173,000 new homes across seven million square metres of rooftops, suggests some new research by Knight Frank – including over 136,000 new homes in London.
“The London property market has proven to be very resilient, rebounding quickly after the easing of lockdown, and it remains a prime area for investment and development,” says Hill Group chief Andy Hill.
The branded residences sector is “more diversified than ever before”, declares Savills, as new players from the fashion, culinary, celebrity and design world muscle-in on an area traditionally dominated by international hotel brands.
Savills saw more new-build homes reservations in Q3 this year than in any previous quarter on record, while development land buyers focus on smaller sites.
It’s being reported that Stephen Conway is angling to sell part or all of the housebuilding firm he co-founded in 1992, with a company valuation that could tickle £1bn.
Hoardings have just been removed from Lodha’s No.1 Grosvenor Square scheme, revealing the painstakingly-restored historic frontage to one of the capital’s most lavish new developments.
40-acre site on Heslington Road was home to one of the world’s oldest mental health institutions.
Jason Hobbs’ new venture, Halifield Land, will offer land and development advice to landowners and developers in the South East.
The London Legacy Development Corporation is on the hunt for a Joint Venture partner to deliver £600m of residential-led developments across two sites at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, East London.