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Shockwaves in property market
Construction of 1 Leadenhall to begin in 2018
The property boasts tennis court, free-form swimming pool and a wine cellar
Damp patched and stains on walls are the biggest turn-offs for potential buyers, according to a survey by Gocompare.com.
Would you want to live here?
House prices are increasing fifteen times faster than the average wage
Asking prices of homes in London are actually falling, according to a report by property agents Propcision.
With improvement work due to start in Westminster in 2020, where will Parliament be held?
Which areas are the hottest?
Parking spaces cost £50,000 too
Dubai developers are planning to build a skyscraper to dwarf the Burj Khalifa, the tallest skyscraper in the world.
An Indian business tycoon has put up his five-storey London mansion on the market amid financial difficulties.
If you remove all unaffordable areas for renting from a Tube map it looks pretty station-less.
Brighton Pier, one of the UK’s most iconic structures, is set to be sold in an £18m deal.
The City’s tallest skyscraper, 22 Bishopsgate, is finally set to be built after getting green light from City of London authorities.
Everything on the Garden Bridge is lovely, says Garden Bridge Trust
Londoners don’t love skyscrapers, study finds
New hotel complex will feature shops and restaurants
Surveyors suggest the Queen and her 426 staff move to Windsor Castle
Gherkin owner in a pickle
Did you know Berlin can be a real bargain compared to Paris?
Fancy living here?
Brummies, look away…
Get a new loo or a loft conversion
The skyscraper rich list
With a sovereign wealth fund as big as $256bn, all it takes Qatar to snap up London assets is the snap of a finger.
Anthony Rockliffe, director of YouSpotProperty.com, explains
Your essential guide
The Garden Bridge project reeks of cronyism and improper process. And here are the other 25 problems with it
The dystopian hellscape of the apparently unstoppable bridge
Take a look at 10 criteria that make up Britain’s perfect home
The Blairs have second and third and fourth homes…
Michelle Ricci, co-founder of property search engine Propcision, explains why London has got it all wrong
Developers submit plans for a change of use
It wasn’t supposed to be for you, rich Baby Boomers
22 Bishopsgate’s future hangs in balance
London loves skyscrapers?
Foxtons says 2015 sales “well below” 2014 level
How to avoid a mega-basement blunder
Battersea Power Stagnation: Investors jump ship from luxury development as up to £2m knocked off asking prices
Foreign investors flee London’s over supplied luxury homes market
Over 50,000 apartments in London’s most exclusive areas are planned. But who will buy them?
What is going on, seriously?
Crowdfunding for homes? Residential investment for as little as £50? Sounds incredible. We meet Property Partner's Dan Gandesha
The founder and CEO of Property Partner, Dan Gandesha, tells us how he plans to build a “global property stock exchange”
Businesses will vote on whether they want to pay higher business rates for improved services
Martin Stewart, managing director of mortgage broker London Money, explains what he thinks
Good luck first time buyers, it’s not getting easier
“Skyscrapers are destroying London’s skyline, it will soon be too late,” says campaigner Barbara Weiss
If you rent your home, you might want to read this
Do you even want to know…?
Take a look at the photos…
Someone walled up the gap between two houses and put it on the market, as you do in London