August’s most popular property listings included an Essex mansion, a Cornish recording studio and a “Grand Lodge” in Staffordshire.
Build-to-rent developer Moda Living has topped out the tallest waterfront building in Peel L&P’s £5bn Liverpool Waters project.
Seaside development opp has planning permission for two contemporary houses overlooking Mudeford’s natural harbour.
A local buyer has picked up an extremely rare empty 0.45 acre building plot near the Sandbanks Peninsula for £3.5m.
A 12-acre brownfield development site has come to market on the Dorset coast, with panoramic sea views, direct access to the water on two sides, and planning permission already in place for a care village.
Foster + Partners’ masterplan for Thameside West in East London has been given the go-ahead by Deputy Mayor Jules Pipe.
Local planners are considering giving a rare Local Development Order to the Duchy of Cornwall’s 540-acre “model town” extension to Newquay.
In Pictures: Fawley Waterside will deliver 1,500 new homes in a new “smart town” on the 300-acre Fawley Power Station site on Southampton Water, masterplanned by Poundbury architect Léon Krier. “Our ambition is to build one of the most beautiful small towns in England,” says the developer.
An award-winning modern house on the south Cornwall coast has come up for sale, sporting some “fantastic” eco-credentials and a “sublime” position right on the beach.
In Pictures: Morden Wharf is U+I’s latest massive regeneration project in London, promising to transform a 19 acre former sugar factory site into “a distinctive, green, mixed-use neighbourhood”.