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UKIT Q3 2014: The regions overtake London

Investment in the UK commercial property sector during the third quarter of 2014 reached £16.3bn - a 37% increase on the previous quarter and 41% higher than in the corresponding period last year.Read more

Office Market Pulse Manchester Q3 2014

City centre take up at the end of Q3 amounted to 968,338 sq ft and exceeded the annual take up for 2013 by 11%.Read more

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Office Market Pulse South Coast Q3 2014

Q3 2014 saw a total of 86,450 sq ft office take-up in the South Coast which, despite a fall when compared with last quarter's total (179,249 sq ft), remains above the quarterly average. Supply levels have remained static but with a reduction in grade A space (11% of current supply), we are seeing incentives reducing and prime rents coming under pressure.Read more

Chelmsford Office Market Pulse Q3
Office Market Pulse Chelmsford Q3 2014

The office market across Chelmsford and many of the towns surrounding has seen a marked improvement in activity and confidence so far this year.Read more

Birmingham Office Market Pulse Q3 2013
Office Market Pulse Birmingham Q3 2014

Q3 has seen continued improvement in office take-up for Birmingham with a total of 156,202 sq ft transacted; a 37% increase on Q2. We have seen sustained growth since the start of the year and with further significant deals in the pipeline, and the anticipated increase in demand for office space thanks to continued inward investment, the outlook is certainly positive as the year draws to a close.Read more

Cambridge Office Market Pulse Q3 2013
Office Market Pulse Cambridge Q3 2014

Agents in Cambridge have been warning of a desperate shortage of office stock for some time. Developers are responding with notable speculative developments, but is it too late to cope with growing demand?Read more

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Thames Valley Office Market Pulse Q3 2014

The Thames Valley office market is seeing a return to normality following the volatility of the last 18 months. After the surge of enquiries in Q2, and the reasonable levels seen in Q3, we expect the improved Q3 level of take-up to be continued through to the year end and into 2015.Read more

Office Market Pulse Central London Q3 2014

Central London office remain the mosty heavily invested-in sector in the first half of 2014, driving transactional yields to below 5%. Read our analysis of the Noho office market.Read more

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UK Monthly View September 2014

Uncertainty over the Scottish referendum may be impacting the economic recovery.Read more

Prime shopping centres drive demand but what are the prospects for secondary schemes?

The recent strength of investor demand into shopping centres has been focused on prime schemes where rents are rising, vacancy rates are low, and food and beverage (F&B) and leisure is an important component. However, in an improving economy, is there an opportunity for investors to move up the risk curve by investing in secondary centres with strategic asset management?Read more

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