Carved in Stone, Reborn in Grandeur

Nestled within the heart of Islington, London, stands an exquisite Grade II-Listed villa that has undergone a remarkable transformation.

Historic Bunker Turned Holiday Gem

A former WWII bunker on the Dorset coast, once part of the ‘Chain Home’ radar system, has been transformed into an inconspicuous yet luxurious holiday home.

A Fusion of Design and Functionality

The Myers Touch, an award-winning interior architect and designer renowned for crafting exquisite luxury kitchen living spaces.

On Trend With Porcelain for Inspired Outdoor Living

Creating extra space for home entertaining, means making the most of our outdoor spaces and sprucing up the patio.

The Beauty of Oak with Engineered Wood Floors

Interior design trends come and go, but one material that has a timeless appeal is wood.

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Project Inspiration

Contracts and Legalities

Stacy Eden, Partner, Head of Property and Construction at national audit, tax, advisory and risk firm, Crowe, explains how will this impact on the property industry.
In 2016, new legislation came into force which meant that councils now have a duty to grant planning permission to appropriate serviced plots as part of the ‘Right to Build’ entitlement. This was part of the government’s solution to tackling housing shortages across the country – the objective was to double the value of the custom and self-build...
This month, Stephen Malkin, Associate at Whiting & Partners, discusses your financing options when building your dream home.
The cost of refurbishing a property or constructing a new build can be significant. However, tax relief is often available for certain expenditure on non-residential property.The term ‘non-residential property’ includes furnished holiday lets and staff accommodation. Here, Jodie Tarbin of Whiting & Partners explains more.