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<p>The Bank of England raised rates again today (PA)</p>

What if all this interest rate pain brings no gain on inflation?

City comment: Most rate-setters don’t have mortgages. How hard it is to pay one might be passing them by.

<p>Is a house price crash inevitable? (Rui Vieira/PA)</p>

Maybe a house price crash is just what our society needs

City Comment: Perhaps this shock to the market is overdue


Mortgage mayhem as 143 more deals pulled but worst may still be coming

More lenders may withdraw their deals by the end of the day


M&S’ Oxford Street proposal is just a generic office block

City Voices: The flagship M&S building should be refurbished instead of torn down, Simon Sturgis writes


Top landlord Grainger says it will reap the rewards of wage inflation

“There’s a strong correlation between wage inflation and net rental income,” its boss said


New 100% mortgage isn’t reckless — it’s what many London renters need

City comment: Skipton’s new deal might trigger flashbacks to Northern Rock in the Noughties, but look closely and you’ll see the differences


PurpleBricks aims to speed up sale as payment provider withholds funds

Once valued at £1.35 billion, PurpleBricks’ market capitalisation is now £6.7 million


Education institutions seek London space in boost for office market

Education institutions are currently searching for 492,000 sq ft of office space in London, according to Knight Frank


British Land gets green light for urban logistics hub in Paddington

Property developer British Land has secured planning consent for a 120,000 sq ft urban logistics hub serving central London


HMV returns to iconic Oxford Street site — replacing a US candy shop

The company said the new opening marks “the latest sign of a dramatic turnaround” since 2019 when the shop closed


A Lidl in Knightsbridge? Discount supermarket eyes new London stores

Currently, Lidl’s Totternham Court Road shop is its only location within two-and-a-half miles of Charing Cross


‘We need to be better,’ CEO of Peabody Trust says as merger closes

“We know we need to improve and have detailed plans to do so,” he said


TfL picks Barratt as partner on large new housing scheme in Acton

Barratt London will work with TfL to bring forward a site by Bollo Lane in Acton where up to 900 new homes are planned


Time Out’s failed London market plans cost £1 million

The media group scrapped its plans to build a market in Spitalfields last month


London housing association Network Homes enters merger talks

Combined entity would have income of more than £830 million per year


Dark clouds over construction sector despite wider GDP growth

The UK building sector had its worst month in almost a year, but there may be signs of greater resilience in the London housing market