More than 150 photographers and writers have used the impetus of the Countryside Alliance march of 2003 to create a stirring and thoughtful portrait of the countryside.
A must for all shooting and stalking folk who desire a light-hearted look at their favourite pastimes.
From the 17th century, as this handsome book shows, a major library was an opportunity to express magnificence through architecture and art, to awe and inspire the user and visitor.
Twenty five years of devotion to the wildlife of a country estate are lovingly retold by Scotland's best lyrical writer. Insightful and beautifully written, it is a fascinating journey.
The latest house price survey from the Halifax finds the property market still buoyant.
After the autumn surge in property prices, the market is slowing in the run up to Christmas, says a property website.
James Stourton of Sotheby's takes the reader on a fascinatingly cosmopolitan tour through some of the best smaller museums located in areas as disparate as Gelderland and Antibes.
New research has found that though more top end houses are selling up north than ever, there has been a fall in the number of properties over £1m sold in…
Rules come into force today which the Government hopes will prevent people from evading stamp duty when purchasing a property.
The high levels of VAT currently paid on housing repairs need to be reduced for the improvement of housing in the UK in general, says the Royal Institute of Chartered…
The latest Halifax Price Index finds house prices rising again, but the rate of growth still continuing to slow.
The number of buyers coming onto the market has gathered pace, according to the latest survey by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
The latest figures from Nationwide have revealed a further increase in house prices over the past quarter, although the overall growth is relatively slow.
MP Alan Howarth has signalled his support for the campaign to keep the planning exemption that allows for the building of country houses dubbed 'Gummer's Law'.
John Ure, the most entertaining and prolific of diplomatic travel writers, has produced about eccentric British travellers from Hester Stanhope to Bruce Chatwin.
A fascinating book on the National Trust informs, but also leaves some questions unanswered says Michael Hall
Two major cheese-producing farms in England are set to start exporting their produce to France
An infectious and damaging disease affecting potato crops has been located in a farm in Wales
Children's Book Coversby Alan Powers is an interesting foray into the world of cover design for children's books. Featuring the work of many creators, a reader's favourite illustration or two…
Penny Churchill analyses the index of country houses advertised in COUNTRY LIFE in 2000-01, a period of unprecedented prices and levels of activity at the top of the British property…