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Property

Research reveals the cheapest places to rent in London, and the most expensive

London’s 10 Most Expensive Places to Flatshare… and the Cheapest

New research shows which areas of London are the most expensive for flatsharing, and where are the cheapest places to rent a room…

How Much Would Sherlock’s Baker Street Flat Cost Today?

New research reveals how some of British TV’s most iconic homes would be valued today, from Sherlock’s Baker Street shack to Del Boy’s Peckham pad…

How to make money on the London property market during Brexit

Why Brexit Creates the Perfect Property Investment Opportunity

Despite market uncertainty created by Brexit, one property entrepreneur believes that now is exactly the time for those considering investing in property to take the leap

Sloane Street to undergo makeover to remain one of the world's leading shopping destinations

Chelsea’s Iconic Sloane Street Set for £40m ‘Green’ Makeover

Chelsea’s iconic Sloane Street is set for a £40 million botanical transformation to create a greener, more pleasant environment and secure its position as one of the world’s most famous luxury shopping destinations

A view across the pond in St Albans Cathedral Park (photo: Copperman05 / iStock / Getty Images Plus)

London’s Best Commuter Towns: St Albans, Hertfordshire

Could it be time to flee the capital? Head for the ‘burbs? Unthinkable in your 20s, but in your 30s and 40s the pull of greenery, space, a driveway – heck a whole house – gets that bit stronger. But where to head?

South Kensington Tube redevelopment plans in pictures

South Kensington Tube Station Set for ‘Sympathetic’ Transformation

South Kensington Tube station, which currently mixes Victorian charm with 21st century chaos, is due to be given a modern yet ‘sympathetic’ makeover with new homes, shops and workspace 

Regent's Crescent is a luxury new Grade 1 property development near Regent's Park London

Regent’s Crescent: London’s Only Grade I Listed New Build Unveiled

London’s only Grade I listed new build development has been unveiled on the edge of Regent’s Park, combining heritage architecture with contemporary interiors and luxury amenities 

The Boomerang Generation is saving up to £17,000 a year living at home in London (photo: DGL images/iStock/Getty Images Plus

London’s Boomerang Kids Save up to £17,000 a Year Living at Home

Trying to save a deposit for a house in London? Move back in with mum and dad and you could save up to £17,000 a year…

Chelsea Barracks opens to the public for the first time during Chelsea Flower Show

Chelsea Barracks Opens to the Public for the First Time in 150 years

Chelsea Barracks will open to the public for the first time in over 150 years as it unveils it first two garden squares during Chelsea Flower Show

Area Focus: Why Dulwich is One of London’s Best Neighbourhoods

Stroll through Dulwich Village and it’s difficult to imagine that you’re just a few miles from central London. Green spaces, independent shops and a glorious village vibe have made the south east London enclave one of the capital’s most popular places to live. The Resident takes a closer look at the leafy haven’s enduring appeal…

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