House prices in London still highest in the country but inflation drops to the lowest in the UK

London is still out-pricing the rest of the country when it comes to property buying, the latest UK House Price Index has revealed.  The capital’s average house prices remain the most expensive of any region in the UK, with an average price of £542,300 in November 2022. But the capital was also the English region … Read more

Double bedroom near Mayfair boasting pool, gym and sauna goes on the market for £3,800 a month

Britain’s fanciest flatshare? Double bedroom near Mayfair which boasts access to a pool, gym and sauna goes on the market for £3,800 a month A double bedroom in west London listed online to rent for £3,800 per month Advert states bills ARE included in the cost – as well as access to shared spaces Average … Read more

London’s narrowest five-bedroom luxury home no wider than a Mini Cooper goes on sale for £4m

One of London’s narrowest homes, which is as wide as Mini Cooper, has hit the market with a hefty £4million price tag. The five-storey Westminster terraced house, a stone’s throw away from Buckingham Palace, is little more than 13ft wide.  But it manages to squeeze in five bedrooms, four bathrooms and even has its own … Read more

As series three of Netflix hit Emily in Paris airs, here’s a guide to its stars’ favourite haunts

Ahead of the third season of Emily In Paris, Joanne Hegarty headed to the City Of Light to check out some of Emily’s favourite places — and some of her own  Does the love affair with Paris ever end? Non. In fact, the more times you visit and the more familiar you become with the … Read more

The Inspector calls at Art’otel – the much-hyped hotel at Battersea Power Station in London

The Inspector calls at the much-hyped hotel at Battersea Power Station with a stay in a £415-a-night room – find out if the property powers its way to a glowing review… Art’otel is part of the Radisson group ‘but completely independent’, the receptionist assures the Inspector  The interiors are by Jaime Hayon and the food … Read more

Jeremy Vine slams ‘extraordinary’ moment police officer accuses cyclist of ‘public order offence’

Jeremy Vine has slammed officers from the Metropolitan Police who pulled over a cyclist and accused him of a ‘public order offence’ after he swore at their unmarked car parked in a bus lane. The cyclist captured the moment on his helmet camera, recording a four-minute exchange with officers in Wandsworth, London, one of whom … Read more