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Homes & Property

Stamp duty holiday end: where London first-time buyers can still avoid property tax

The stamp duty holiday comes to an end at the end of this month, and first time buyers are going to need to revise their buying budgets accordingly.

House price forecast: UK prices to stabilise after summer highs — and London growth to lag behind over four years

House price growth peaked this summer, and will now start to stabilise, reads the new forecast.

London flooding: capital’s homes vulnerable to flooding — here’s how to make sure you’re protected

Climate campaigners are calling for a plan to stop thousands more homes flooding in future

Northern line extension: House prices to rocket in areas around Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station

Today’s opening of the Northern Line extension is the first major expansion of the Tube since the Jubilee line launch in the late Nineties.

Chelsea Flower Show 2021 gold medal winner on the best places to go and things to do in the ‘loveable rogue’ London village

Architect Andrew Mcmullan is the founder of Mcmullan Studio, a London based practice which has collaborated on the gold medal-winning Chelsea Flower Show M&G garden to create an urban pocket park.

As we reveal the New Homes Awards winners, here’s what ‘building back better’ should mean in 2022

Forget London Fashion Week, Chelsea Flower Show, the Emmys and London Design Festival… true glamour-seekers were at the Dorchester for the Evening Standard New Homes Awards.

RIBA Awards 2021: Islington building ordered to be demolished by council makes the shortlist for UK’s top architecture prize

A fossil-studded block of flats in Islington, a 1,000-worshipper mosque and dramatic Cornish footbridge in the running for the UK’s top architecture award.

Tonight’s Grand Designs sees couple swap Edinburgh for a rotten hut on historic Scottish estate

Tonight’s couple Ian and Jenny attempt to transform a listed bothy, under the watchful eye of the other estate residents.

Biggest monthly fall in house prices since 1992 as stamp duty holiday taper calms market

The two per cent fall in London in the month to July was echoed throughout the country, with UK house prices down 3.7 per cent.

Autumn property market forecast: shortage of homes for sale to prevent price falls after stamp duty holiday rush

So many homes were snapped up during the tax holiday that agents feel a supply shortage will prevent significant price falls.

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