A struggling housing market faces prolonged stagnation as would-be buyers sit on their hands, new figures warned on Thursday.
One in three homes in England at lowest rents are classed as non-decent, analysis shows
The government’s Agriculture Bill represents the biggest overhaul of UK farm policy since the end of the Second World War – and heralds the end of public support for food production, which has been in place since before that.
Big Issue Lord Bird's legislation is now only a few months away from becoming law, helped by former government minister Justine Greening.
Transport for London on Thursday unveiled audacious plans to debut in the rental flats market with 3000 homes that could allow tenants to live above tube stations.
The new owner of Network Rail’s £1.5 billion commercial property portfolio has revealed plans to invest in reopening up to 430 empty arches in London.
Banks remain "too big to fail" a decade on from Lehman Brothers' collapse, according to one of the world's main policy makers, sounding a warning days after Gordon Brown said the world is “in danger of sleepwalking" into a crisis.
Mark Carney says he set out to cabinet worst-case scenarios used in bank stress tests
Ten years after Lehman Brothers collapsed, high-octane products like those which led to the destruction of the American banking giant are making a comeback.
Amazon chief Jeff Bezos is putting $2bn (£1.5bn) into a charitable fund he has established to help the homeless and set up a new network of schools.
The City is growing increasingly concerned about the probability of a Jeremy Corbyn-led government taking power as early as this year.
The housing market is grinding to a halt as sales last month fell to their weakest August level in five years.
Housing market dangers are “especially acute” in Australia, Hong Kong, Canada and Sweden, Oxford Economics said, noting this has historically posed a threat to economic activity.
Charles McCadden was taken to court after having a new bathroom, kitchen and central heating system installed without permission
Regulators overseeing Islamic banking must revise guidance on real estate exposures to align with the post-financial crisis capital rules of Basel III, a global industry body said on Sunday.
County Hotel in Kendal, Cumbria, to Daish’s Holidays, a family run hotel and coach holiday operator with sites in coastal resorts throughout the UK.
Fortis Living is selling its Malvern headquarters as the organisation prepares for its upcoming relocation to Worcester.
Harris Lamb has been appointed as the sole agent for the 21,200 sq ft self-contained office, Festival House, which was purpose-built for housing association in 1999.
Acting on behalf of North Leigh Park Group Limited, CBRE’s UK development team in Manchester has sold an extensive 178 acre site in North Leigh to UK house builder Countryside.
Nurton Development’s One Warwick Technology Park office building has been sold for £13.2m.
Four prime sites in Stockport’s flourishing Market Place and Underbanks area have been brought to the market by Stockport Council.
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