With summer well and truly underway, celebrate in style and throw your very own garden party.

In the first quarter of 2018:  on a rolling four-quarter basis, the mix-adjusted average price of dwellings sold during the year ending Q1 2018 was 3% higher when compared with the year ending Q4 2017  the quarterly seasonally adjusted mix-a

As we are now well into 2018, direct mail has yet again evidenced that it’s not going anywhere, despite the increasing focus on digital. So, why is this? How is direct mailing fighting off the powerhouse of digital media?

A LANDMARK St Helier development will be built as a joint venture between the States-owned Jersey Development Company and a French construction business – because local firms are too busy.

Holiday season often means that properties are empty so whether you live in the property or you rent it out, it's important to ensure your investment is protected.

Popular since the 17th Century, parquet flooring is luxurious, sophisticated and guaranteed to get everyone talking for the right reasons this summer.

Moving into a smaller home can put many people off but a more manageable property brings with it additional living benefits as well as extra cash so take a look at this essential advice for right-sizing.

Annual gas safety checks will form part of new rental accommodation standards, the government has reassured, after an inquest concluded that a gas explosion caused by a leaking pipe caused the death of a farm worker last year.

With summer just around the corner and Bank Holiday BBQ’s on the radar, we take a look at how to create a healthier BBQ feast without scrimping on taste.

Darren Staniforth, technical expert at leading electrical regulatory body, NICEIC advises on the latest lighting innovations for the home and the importance of keeping electrical safety first.

April is the ideal time for many home owners to focus their energies on selling up, so use this design advice from Alexander James Interior Design to boost your property’s chances.

A DOCTORS’ surgery, pharmacy and food store could be based within the former St Martin’s School if plans are given the go-ahead.