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Global Prime Cities Forecasts 2016: ⇔ Geneva, ±0%; ⇓ Hong Kong, -5%; ⇑ London, +2%; ⇑ Miami, +2%; ⇑ Monaco, +5%; ⇑ New York, +5%; ⇓ Paris, -3%; ⇑ Shanghai, +4%; ⇓ Singapore, -3.3%; ⇑ Sydney, +10% – Knight Frank
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Regal wins permission for Queens Park scheme

Brent’s planners have given Regal Homes the go-ahead to build a 74-unit residential development in Queens Park, NW6. 3-7 The Avenue – with a working name of The More...

‘Open equity investment platform’ backs nu:group’s Fulham scheme in 24-hour fundraise

Cogress, an “open equity investment platform for property”, has pulled off a £1.35m fundraise within 24 hours to back a high-end four-townhouse scheme in Fulham. You More...

Ton-up for Winkworth

Winkworth is kicking off 2016 with a trio of new office openings, taking its UK network past the 100 mark. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please More...

Cluttons names youngest ever Senior Partner as Siegle steps down

Bill Siegle, Cluttons’ Senior Partner, will hand over the reins to the firm’s youngest over Senior Partner at the start of the company’s new financial year in More...

Haus hires top negotiator from Foxtons

Jamie Lester’s Haus Properties has hired one of Foxtons’ best sales negotiators to boost its new Fulham operation. You need to be logged in to see this part of More...

New resi JV premieres with £40m Hayes waterside scheme

A new residential development joint venture has launched with plans to build a £40m Rolfe Judd-designed waterside apartments scheme in Hayes (near the new Crossrail station), More...

Over half of prime London lets agreed at below asking

The second half of 2015 saw demand fall away and longer void periods open up in the prime London lettings market, says LonRes. You need to be logged in to see this part of More...

Why a year of no growth would be better for the market

LonRes Chairman William Carrington cautions against the expectation of a resumption of price rises… You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please More...

Will 2016 be ‘the year of the owner-occupier’?

We’re still only a month in, but Jackson-Stops & Staff has already come up with a few resi development trends for 2016. Here’s a quick overview… You More...

Thames Banking: Exploring London’s riverfront price premium

Resale flats within 100 metres of the Thames on the 27-mile stretch between Teddington Lock and the Royal Docks show an average price premium of 13.5% compared to those a bit More...

Headhunter: Prime property jobs of the week

From designers to sales directors, here’s our pick of the best career opportunities currently being advertised across the prime sector… You need to be logged in More...

London ‘remains attractive’ to investors; trophy home buyers, not so much

Despite the Chancellor’s best attempts to slow the market, demand for privately rented accommodation in the capital is holding, says Black Brick’s Camilla Dell. Meanwhile, More...

If a Tree Falls in a Forest: The implications of Moorjani v Durban Estates

A recent judgment centring on ‘whether inconvenience exists if there is no one present to experience it’ will send reverberations right through the prime lettings More...

Buy-To-Flop: Why these newfangled loans are behind the game

All this recent innovation in mortgage lending looks to be ‘too little, too late’, says Trevor Abrahmsohn… You need to be logged in to see this part of the More...

The Gilded Youth: Attracting the next generation of wealth

The market moved away from typecasting the buyer as being a particular nationality some time ago and we can now add age into the mix, says Joe Burns. These days, the buyer of More...

Achieving Timelessness: A welcome return to classical design

There has been a significant shift away from ostentatious and overt displays of wealth through interior design in recent years, says Andrew Petherick. After the boisterousness More...

Green light for Banda’s ‘statement’ scheme in Chelsea

The Royal Borough’s planners have given their approval to Banda Property’s very contemporary Haptic Architects-designed More...

Crown Estate debuts Art Deco scheme near Regent Street

The Crown Estate’s new development on the corner of Sherwood Street and Brewer Street has just hit the market, More...

CZWG-designed show apartment unveiled at Islington Square

Sager Group and Cain Hoy have kicked off the sales push at their £400m Islington Square scheme by pulling back More...

Holland Park mansion with mega potential goes for £30m

Holland Park’s double-fronted villas regularly command some of London’s loftiest prices, but not many More...

Galliard and Cain Hoy bag 7.7-hectare Royal Docks site for resi development

Galliard Homes and Cain Hoy have acquired the lead stake in Peruvian Wharf, a 7.7-hectare derelict brownfield site More...

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New resi JV premieres with £40m Hayes waterside scheme

A new residential development joint venture has launched with plans to build a £40m Rolfe Judd-designed...

Important Astell Street house asks £8.5m

A Chelsea pile with links to the early feminist movement has come up for sale at £8.5m....

Green light for Banda’s ‘statement’ scheme in Chelsea

The Royal Borough’s planners have given their approval to Banda Property’s very contemporary Haptic Architects-designed project...

Over half of prime London lets agreed at below asking

The second half of 2015 saw demand fall away and longer void periods open up in the prime London lettings market, More...

‘A muted start to the year’ as prices edge up in prime central London

It’s “a muted start to the year” says Knight Frank, echoing recent sentiments from LonRes, as property prices in prime central..

Agents gloomy on prime London prospects as demand wanes

The latest survey of agents by LonRes has painted a “fairly gloomy” picture of the prime London market...

Cluttons names youngest ever Senior Partner as Siegle steps down

Bill Siegle, Cluttons’ Senior Partner, will hand over the reins to the firm’s youngest over Senior More...

Haus hires top negotiator from Foxtons

Jamie Lester’s Haus Properties has hired one of Foxtons’ best sales negotiators to boost its new Fulham operation...

Knight Frank New Homes boosts London team

Knight Frank’s burgeoning New Homes operation has added another name to the teamsheet in London, with the hire of former Chestertons and..

Scotland’s LBTT raises £34m less than predicted

Strutt & Parker has come out swinging against Scotland’s Land & Building Transaction Tax, after the controversial new levy raised £34m less than..

Ton-up for Winkworth

Winkworth is kicking off 2016 with a trio of new office openings, taking its UK network past the 100 mark...

High spec home tech awards open for entries

Entries are now open for home technology trade body CEDIA’s 2016 awards...