The Sunday Telegraph is launching a new House & Home section, giving more prominence to the newspaper’s property coverage.
“The British public’s fascination with property shows no sign of flagging,” said House & Home editor Anne Cuthbertson. “People enjoy being well informed about all things relating to their home – buying, selling or renovating.”
House & Home used to appear in the Review section of the paper, but has been expanded to eight pages. This has enabled the introduction of two gardening pages, featuring Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time panellist Bunny Guinness and Elspeth Thompson’s Urban Gardener column, previously in The Sunday Telegraph Magazine.
Other new features are “Postcode of the Week” – focusing on an area that’s seen its property fortunes rise or fall; advice column “Property Nightmares”; “Cheap for a Reason”, which uncovers the hidden flaws in property and “Estate Agents’ Tales”.