Sale of Grosvenor hotel has Indian look

The Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London. Photograph: Rosie Hallam
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Detained tycoon Roy considers £550m bid from Poonawallas

£1bn docklands plan receives go ahead

Planning permission given to Asian Business Port in east London

The Bank of England

Mortgage woes set to hit 2.3m households

Number struggling to cover payments expected to double by 2018

Private sector tenants pay highest rents

Third of homes in poor condition, against 15% of social housing

Illustration of Wood Wharf's design by Herzog & de Meuron

Canary Wharf project wins approval

Extension includes more than 3,000 homes

Nick Leslau

Leslau sells Max Property to Blackstone

Entrepreneur says £448m deal is not calling top of property market

Chart that tells a story . . . prime London prices

Is the capital market running out of steam?

Cobalt Capital Partners seeking buyer

Latest in recent string of property deals

Irish bad loan bank turns to property sales

Body set up to deal with collapsed real estate market to be reinvented

New property portal signs up 1,000 agents

Agents Mutual challenges Rightmove and Zoopla

Johnson set for public sector land grab

London mayor to sell plots to housing developers

Topland snaps up £75m Hallmark Hotels

UK property group moves closer to building £1bn hotel business

House price boom stretches across UK

Rises reach double-digit levels, according to official figures

BoE warns on long-term mortgages

Market share rising as buyers extend finances for costly homes

Chinese property wobbles hit earnings

Companies exposed to housing project big drops in first-half profits

European property IPOs reach 8-year high

Continent sees €4.6bn worth of real estate groups go public

Recovery and growth pitches drive IPOs

Spain and UK lead real estate flotations for different reasons

New society aims at ‘intergenerational’ market

Family Building Society offers offset mortgages

Low rates change Germans’ housing habits

Property prices rise as more young people choose to buy

Southampton is UK’s most indebted city

Residents of Hampshire city owe nearly £2,000 on average


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