Prince of Wales Drive, a brand new collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments just moments from Battersea Park, Zone 1 and a mile from Sloane Square.
The Thames isn’t just London’s heart, it’s also the city’s main artery.
Situated directly opposite the Tate Britain on the newly named Albert Embankment Plaza this striking Norman Foster designed, landmark riverside development has started to complete and the first residents have in fact already moved in to their luxury apartments.
The US Embassy unveils its new headquarters in London, complete with a pond, solar panels, and public benches facing the Thames.
Our lettings fee of 10% + vat includes a Full Property Management Service. We also offer a discounted let only fee of 8% + vat.
London and Iceland’s capital Reykjavik go head to head in the latest #GJCities lifestyle guide. Which city comes out on top?
Why property investors hoping to profit from Brexit by securing a high value home in London’s new diplomatic district must act quickly
Multicultural London now offers visitors the opportunity to spend a night in a zoo surrounded by lions, but can it beat Dublin’s hospitality?
How landlords can calculate the rental yield of a flat in one of the 12 Grade II-listed mansion blocks that make up the Millbank Estate
Luxury flats in Nine Elms Point are selling fast. Now’s the time to secure your investment in London’s new diplomatic district
Milan’s Galleria Vittorio may be home to the original Campari Bar, but London’s Burlington Arcade is home to the jeweller that has created all 1,350 Victoria Crosses.
Oslo’s royal residence might have a bird room, but Buckingham Palace offers views of some of the most desirable new homes in London
A UNESCO World Heritage City goes up against the site of every British coronation and host of 16 royal weddings. Which one comes out on top?
Click here to learn why a growing number of London students are looking south of the River Thames for first-class university accommodation
Competition for first-class student accommodation in Westminster can be intense. Click here for help finding a luxury property in central London
Hong Kong may offer free entry to its museums every Wednesday, but London’s biggest museums do not charge an admission fee any day of the week.
Click here to find out how your votes helped Garton Jones win three golds and two silvers in the 2016 Property Division Industry Experts Awards
Bank of England wants to introduce new regulations forcing BTL purchasers to pass tougher mortgage affordability tests. Click here to read more
Rome might have the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain and St Peter’s Basilica but TripAdvisor says London is the best destination in the world
Choosing where to live is a big life decision. And if you’re looking in London, you’ll likely to be prioritising three things: location, transport and value for money.
Currently Victoria is one of London's top spots, a place to watch for the discerning investor.
Victoria is undergoing a magnificent transformation, with Kings Gate development right at the heart of it.
Throughout London, different areas have risen and fallen in fortune throughout the centuries.
Despite containing some of London’s most recognisable landmarks, such as Buckingham Palace and Big Ben, the SW1 postcode area contains pockets of hidden value when it comes to property investment.
London has a long history of converting former courthouses into purpose-built luxury apartments.
Apartments in buildings with a rich history that have been meticulously maintained and still contain a wealth of period features are highly sought after in London but this is not the key attraction of the luxury properties to buy and rent at Whitehall Court.
Westminster is a popular and historical part of London, hosting many of London’s most visited attractions, such as Westminster Abby and Westminster Cathedral.
London's historic granaries, warehouses and former factories provide the backdrop for some of the city’s most dramatic residential conversions.
The City of Westminster covers most of central London and is noted for being home to many of the capital’s top attractions, including Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and the bulk of the retail paradise that is the West End.
A quiet revolution is taking place in sight of Buckingham Palace.
Across London there are many fascinating landmarks with very interesting stories behind them.
Expectations are understandably rising now construction of a landmark residential development designed by the UK’s leading firm of architects is underway on the South Bank of the River Thames.
In the wake of the London property boom, buying off-plan and then “flipping” has come back in a big way. Would-be investors seek gargantuan financial rewards for little money laid down making it a premier choice for those seeking to make big bucks in a short space of time.
How would you like to live in a home that was once occupied by a science fiction legend from the planet Quaxxan?
Hibernation is not an option in London when the warmth of autumn turns to winter. The UK capital’s museums, theatres, galleries, top-notch restaurants, cosy bars and high-end shops mean it is a world-class city geared up for cold weather.
The opening of the new £620m US Embassy in 2017 has been described as the key to the revival of Nine Elms – a former industrial area between Battersea and Vauxhall on the south bank of the River Thames that has received more than £15bn of investment.
Who doesn’t dream of discovering a long-lost Old Master or priceless diamond hidden in their home?
A flagship development of luxury loft-style homes that provide unobstructed views of London’s iconic skyline has led journalists to announce: “Brick is back.”
Buy-to-let investors who want to purchase a rental property in London have less than three months to complete the deal or face a reduction in gross yield of up to 0.2%.