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The nominations are in for the UK’s ugliest new building, and this year there are four London buildings on the shortlist.
London’s £4.2bn “super-sewer” is attracting the ahem, stinking rich to fund the project.
A skyscraper that can house an entire city? It’s possible.
As you may have heard, there’s a fort in the Thames for sale with a guide price of £500,000. It needs at least £1m of work done to it to make it even remotely habitable and it will take a bit ofimagination to be able to see its potential.
The UK now has 10,000 streets with an average property value of more than £1m.
The UK now boasts close to half a million property millionaires, thanks to a boom in houses valued over £1m in the last year.
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Is now the right time to invest in property?
For years prime central London property has been likened to gold dust attracting rich tycoons with gazillions buying up property in Mayfair, Belgravia, Chelsea and Kensington.
Is it fair that you can just pay a couple of millions to buy a British asset?
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You’re probably just as accustomed as I am to having four chefs, a 24-hour chauffeur and a spa therapist at your complete disposal, so I’m sure you’ll join me in saying a big fat “pretty average holiday” to Richard Branson’s Verbier ski lodge.
Which one would you buy?
From the man who told the BBC that “Goldman Sachs rules the world”…
Marilyn Stowe, Senior Partner, Stowe Family Law, explains all
The new London high streets set to entice the style-savvy and property-prolific
Forget your postcode prejudices and invest in these up and coming London hotspots
The founder of Seven Investment Management says we shouldn’t rush to push RBS to the market
The former City of London Corporation planning chairman shares his secrets about London’s evolution
Check out NatWest’s London Borough Comparison Tool to see which boroughs are most expensive to live in and which have seen a drop in prices
Companies should shoulder the responsibility of affordable living, argues our controversial columnist
London Central Portfolio Limited founder’s inaugural column about why Vince Cable and the doomsayers have got it wrong
Rising rents and multinationals are squeezing out the start-ups that made EC1 what it was. So where’s next?
The Hard Rock Café in Piccadilly is on the prowl for a new luxury location to house its desired expansion into the hotel trade, it was reported today.
Bringing you some of the funniest tweets about the Fenchurch death ray
From Shoreditch to Croydon, London’s skyline is changing fast