Biggest rises of the past decade seen in London and the south-east, with the over-55s holding almost two-thirds of the wealth
Works are scheduled to start on the £140m phase 2 leisure development proposed for the Rushden Lakes masterplan in the Nene Valley, East Northamptonshire, following sign off by the Secretary for State.
The construction sector has come together to warn the Government of the danger to the industry if there is a "cliff edge" for vital EU workers created by Brexit, as it targets building 300,000 homes a year.
Data from Hometrack shows that the gap between average earnings and house prices has reached an all-time high in London.
Prices in Ladywood are up 17% in a year, with local estate agents pointing to influx of young professionals and investors
The amount of office development started in London in the last six months is at its lowest in three years as builders remain cautious on the state of the property market.
Blue Marble Asset Management has sold a 6,175 sq ft Runcorn office building, only days after it went on the market.
Acting on behalf of an in-house private client, Tim Matthews, chief executive of Blue Marble, sold Unit 2 on Wellfield Business Park to a private investor for a sum “well in excess” of the asking price of £848,000.
A couple only discovered that the boundaries of their new-build are wrong when they tried to move, and they’re not alone
The Mayor of London has vowed to protect the Green Belt as he unveils his plans to alleviate the capital’s housing crisis by more than doubling the number of new homes built each year.
Sadiq Khan said his draft London Plan, which is due to be launched on Wednesday, will safeguard “the lungs of the capital”. He has also pledged to increase the city’s green cover to more than 50pc by 2050.
The cost of a West End desk in a funky “flexible” office with free beer on tap, has jumped to £1500 per month, it emerged on Monday.
The shared-office model has typically been popular with millennials who like flexible leases, as well as free lattes and prosecco on tap in some buildings.
Report finds number of households priced out is up by 30,000 a year owing to shortage of affordable homes to rent or buy
Real Estate Investors plc (REI) has announced a major office letting in Leicester.
The AIM-listed real estate investment trust has let just over 14,000 sq ft in Peat House, Leicester, to Charles Alexander Distribution.
Derby’s Odeon cinema has been sold by its owners as part of a double deal worth nearly £19m.
LondonMetric has sold the building, along with a retail asset in Guisborough, for £18.6m.
A large retail unit in Worcester city centre has been acquired in a deal worth more than £5.5m.
Property investor Custodian REIT has purchased the unit in High Street let to Superdrug.
The third generation of house builders from Lincoln-based family-run business Truelove Property & Construction has been granted permission for a new development in Scothern near Lincoln.
Bank agreements for homebuyers decline, seen by economists as further sign of British market downturn
A 52,500 sq ft warehouse in West Yorkshire has been let to specialist hire company Kelling Group on a long term lease.
Knight Frank’s industrial agency team, based in Leeds, secured the letting of Unit F Trident Park in Normanton.
Plans for the next phase of a multi-million-pound retail scheme in Sheffield are to be discussed by Sheffield Council this week.
The council is calling the development ‘Heart of the City Phase 2’, linking it with the previous regeneration projects that brought the Winter Garden, Millennium Gallery, Peace Gardens and the offices, restaurants and shops of St Paul’s Place.
The property industry has accused the Government of making snap changes to the way non-UK residents are taxed when they sell commercial property without having thought about the effect the new rules will have on the London investment market.
London's commuter belt has seen a spike in the number of homes left long-term empty despite a downward trend across the UK since 2010.
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