Osborne lays foundations for building boom

Funding of £7bn set aside to help the construction of 400,000 homes

Shaftesbury lifted by booming West End

London landlord posts second year of 20%-plus asset values rise

Landlords focus on cheaper properties

Buyers look for value outside the Southeast

Forbes: Selling the family jewels

A complex sale of the magazine to Asian investors quickly fell apart, prompting a messy legal dispute

London power grid feels development strain

Hooking up buildings is expensive, lengthy and complex

China developer Evergrande buys insurer

Real estate group diversifies away from slowing property sector

Globalisation rescues castles in the sky

The commercial property market in the developed world refuses to wilt, says John Plender

Home stamp duty receipts down 18%

Tax cuts for most homebuyers fail to spur sales

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Greenwich urban village given go-ahead

£8.4bn plan for 12,700 homes and film studio

Foreign homebuyers desert London

Plunging currencies and increased stamp duty blamed

Grainger benefits from rising rental sector

Landlord seeks leading position as it fights activist investor

Australia blocks $250m cattle station deal

Chinese bidders had led the pack on purchasing vast farmland

Countryside enjoys strong profit growth

UK housebuilder reports 93 per cent boost in earnings

Landlords attack London office changes

Government told of damage to economic growth

E-commerce drives up industrial property

Online retailing meets slowdown in development of logistics sites

China property: good things come

Prices appear to have stabilised, but not across the board

TfL files housing development application

London’s public-transport operator turns to property portfolio to fund network

House prices jump in east of England

Government data show 6.1% rise nationally in year to September

London’s tallest skyscraper gets go-ahead

Axa-led grouping given permission to develop 22 Bishopgate site

UK inflation below zero for second month

Consumer prices fall 0.1% following lower food and energy prices


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