Westminster City Council and English Heritage have applied for a judicial review of plans that “would cause substantial harm” to sight lines around the Palace of Westminster, which forms a World Heritage Site together with Westminster Abbey.
Deputy leader Simon Hughes guns for overseas resi investors in London ahead of 2015 election campaign
Inequality — the disparity between London and the regions in particular — is property’s grand narrative, and will also be key to the next election in 2015.
Last year Guernsey introduced the world’s first registrable image rights legislation, which incorporates inanimate objects and breaks new ground in asset protection.
The deputy prime minister will announce the formation of a new cabinet committee to encourage local growth today.
Labour has promised to reverse some of the coalition’s controversial planning laws in order to give communities more power.
Three property companies have become founding members of a social stock exchange launched by the prime minister this morning.
The government has launched a single gateway for complaints against insolvency practitioners in order to increase transparency.
Local authorities must make more than 70% of their planning decisions within 13 weeks or face special measures to make development easier under new rules published by the government today.
The government’s mysterious Nudge Unit is moving into the world of property. Sarah Townsend prepares to be influenced
Following a landmark decision by the high court, landlords have a new opportunity to avoid extensive business rates on empty commercial premises – through the use of Bluetooth messaging.
Changes will protect sites in planning stages from protestor action.
The famously inscrutable outgoing governor of the Bank of England broke into a close approximation of a public grin last month.
Property owners call for reform to aid innovative and dynamic retail sector. Kat Spybey reports
The president of the British Property Federation will tell industry representatives later today that there are signs of improvement across the UK thanks to several months of stabilisation and marginal economic growth.
Brighton and Hove among those considering legal challenges to new policy.
House builders are set to benefit as around 4,000 people have applied for a new home in just two months through a government equity loan fund.
The House of Lords has formed a new committee to scrutinise the progress of the regeneration of the Olympic Park.
The head of a major housebuilder has called for the private rented sector to be given a use class of its own in order to access more funding.
Corporate occupiers should spell out repairs obligations when leases are drafted, to prevent disputes from arising.