Royal London Asset Management’s love for London property has shown no signs of slowing, with the investor adding a City office block to its portfolio.
Greater power for tenants, modified succession rules and new guidance for rent reviews are among the changes proposed in the new Agriculture Bill.
Planners and engineers have been rapped for allowing new housing developments to be dominated by roads.
A report says too many highways engineers are still approving roads that do not fully account for pedestrians and cyclists.
The latest data and analysis from HMRC has revealed that the decisive outcome to the General Election at the end of the year helped to ignite a surge in market activity.
Seventy percent of the properties on Cognatum’s retirement estate are inherited before they are sold. The majority are inherited by the children of the owners.
Government's attempt to make investing in the private rental market more expensive and bound by red tape are having the predicted effect.
It is often said that history repeats itself and where the housing market is concerned there is certainly truth in that statement, particularly when you look at the market in relation to major political events. For 2020, the question is will Brexit repeat or rewrite history for the property market?
It’s not unusual for people to move outside London to find affordable homes. For many, finding the perfect commuter hotspot is essential for getting on the property ladder — and, in some cases, their only viable option.
Property prices increased by 2.3% between December and January, amounting to £6,785, Rightmove’s house price index has revealed.
Property developers are betting demand for London offices will hold up after Brexit, with speculative construction of new space predicted to surge in the first half.
Government will next month start naming those responsible for buildings where works have not yet begun
Intu, which owns some of the UK's biggest shopping centres, has approached its shareholders to ask for more money amid a downturn in the retail sector.
Bill requires regular monitoring of supplies and shift from CAP-style subsidies but no gate on lower quality imports
Investment pouring in from the south hasn’t yet brought down northern England’s higher yields.
UK average house prices have risen by over 160% in real terms since the middle of 1996. Home ownership remains around its lowest level for a generation. Among political leaders, policymakers and commentators there is a broad consensus that these problems are largely down to one failing: decades of undersupply of housing.
Research by the Local Government Association (LGA) suggests that communities have potentially lost out on 13,500 affordable homes in the past four years as a result of permitted development rules, says LGA.
2019 general election result provided period of ‘stability’ following Brexit uncertainty
Sainsbury's Bank is under pressure to guarantee that its mortgage customers won't be sold to a 'vulture fund' or private equity firm.
Analysis by Savills for the British Property Federation (BPF) found that the number of ‘build-to-rent’ (BTR) homes has hugely increased.
Scientists are replacing crops and livestock with food made from microbes and water. It may save humanity’s bacon
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