Aberdeen, the city outpacing London
Average house prices are 120 per cent higher than 10 years ago the biggest regional percentage rise in the UK Which city in the UK has seen the greatest property price growth over the past decade? It isn't the hotspots of the south, such as London or Oxford.
Four in ten children denied their first choice primary school
The growing crisis in primary places saw up to four in ten children denied admission to their chosen schools yesterday.
Halifax name 'mortgage freedom day'
Home owners have typically earned enough cash by today to cover their mortgage payments for the whole of 2014, a report has found.
FOR young, upper-middle-class Londoners, the game of the moment is guessing where will the cool kids will be going next.
Tory councillor attacks NHF's 'false representation' of bedroom tax
A Tory councillor has accused the National Housing Federation and "socialist politicians" of ignoring the 'successes' of the government's controversial bedroom tax.
Plan for London suburb approved
Capital & Counties Properties has welcomed the decisions made last week by the planning committees of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham to approve the first detailed proposals for parts of the development of the new Earls Court in London.
Council tax reduction joint largest in country
COTSWOLD District Council's three per cent reduction in council tax payments is the joint largest in the country, it has been confirmed.
Capco granted next stage of approval for Earls Court project
Capital & Counties Properties on Friday released a statement welcoming the approval of its reserved matters applications, which included the detailed design proposals for Earls Court Village.
This Is London
Gulf between London property prices and rest of UK hits record level
The property market chasm between London and the rest of the country has widened to record levels after an 18 per cent jump in prices in the capital.
NHS groups to work together
Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group announces joint care plan with groups in Brent, Central London, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham and Hillingdon Members of the borough's clinical commissioning group have joined with others in London to improve health services across the capital.