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Top interiors tips for sending your kids off to university in style this September

Darling Dahlias

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Going strong into autumn, these hungry plants will still need regular feeding and watering.

A report by high-end, inner London estate agent, Aston Chase, has called for urgent reform to Stamp Duty and Council Taxes

The mayor has pledged devolution of Stamp Duty, £250m for land acquisition and higher council tax on empty homes

Stand out to blend in

Thursday, September 7, 2017

There’s a delicate balance to be struck between new and old when it comes to transforming Hampstead’s period homes. Here’s how architects Finkernagel Ross get the balance right.

Your guide to all the things to do in King’s Cross, including the best shops, cafes, pubs and schools. PLUS our guide to property in N1C

For sale/rent in Kings Cross: top three

Thursday, September 7, 2017

On the market now, we’ve found apartments in the St Pancras Station Hotel, a converted warehouse and a modern apartment in King’s Cross

Posh Totty have set up shop in Camden Passage, bringing all things Scandi to north London with a touch of class

Bradley Van Der Straeten Architects to appear alongside Alan Titchmarsh in Love Your Home and Garden

The derelict glasshouse at Highgate Bowl is now a fully functional event space for a future Mr and Mrs to announce their big day

If London doesn’t start listening to its young people, they’ll go knocking on the doors of Bristol, Manchester and Leeds instead

The house that time forgot

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

A mint blue bathroom suite, lots of lace doilies and oodles of potential on offer in this £2 million Muswell Hill home

Bellis Homes have launched their range of deluxe apartments in NW3 with countryside-worthy views just moments from the centre of London

From private homes to public buildings, nearly 70 buildings in Camden are open for business for Open House weekend in September. Here’s the best of what’s open.

Try a little topiary

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Unveil your artistic talent with some simple topiary to create evergreen cones, obelisks, spheres and more

Top three ideas for kids’ rooms

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Play with the decor to reflect their personalities and transform a bedroom into an adventure wonderland.

Second steppers are struggling to move up the ladder in Camden, the third most expensive place to buy a larger property in London

Your guide to all the things to do in Crouch End, including the best shops, cafes, pubs and schools. PLUS our guide to property in N8

A modern apartment, period family home and stunning Victorian end of terrace property are on the market now in Erouch End

William Tozer Associates treat architecture as object d’art, and it’s all down to their sculptural approach to space

A three storey modernist home on the 1970s Whittington Estate is up for sale for fans of Brutalism

Camden Council will not press ahead with a HDV style deal for the CIP regeneration plans, and pledges to look at community-led housing

Nationwide have revealed that London’s homes have increased in price by over half since 2007, with stamp duty revenues up by 2.2 billion

Beautiful bulbs

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Follow our bulb planting guide and you should enjoy a riot of colourful flowers in spring.

You can dazzle your guests with just a few delicate touches. Gabrielle Fagan drills the experts for their top decorating flourishes.

Would you stay with bae to get your first foot on the housing ladder? Over half of adults under 35 need a partner to help buy their first property

Almost one third of letting agents say tenants saw rents rise in July as both stock and demand grew

For sale in Hampstead Garden Suburb: family homes galore in NW11 and N2

Your guide to all the things to do in Hampstead Garden Suburb, including the best schools, shops, bars, cafes and culture. PLUS our guide to property in NW11

Camden-based millennial youths who stop drinking artisan coffee, skip brunch and live with their parents could own their own homes in no less than 58 years

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