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The UK office market is very much back in business, according the 2015 edition of our annual Office Report. Levels of activity improved across the length and breadth of the UK during 2014, reflecting the spread of economic recovery and confidence.Read more
Following last quarter's record number of deals take-up is down this quarter but with large numbers of deals in the pipeline this is set to change as we move into the second half of the year.Read more
The market recently enjoyed a collective sigh of relief following the clean-cut election result and the aversion of another hung parliament. With this round of political uncertainty resolved, at least until the promised EU referendum, positive momentum in the market is set to continue during 2015.
Lambert Smith Hampton's quarterly South Coast industrial market pulse reveals a positive take up performance that, together with a critical lack of supply, is driving rents up, incentives down and speculative development and investment forward. Read more
Our Valuation and Capital Markets experts have recorded the yields and voids across all major asset classes for Q1 2015.Read more
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Office leasing activity for the combined Leeds city centre and out of town markets totalled 147,229 sq ft in Q1 2015 – a 16% fall from the 176,042 sq ft of space let in Q1 2014.Read more
Q1 2015 take-up for the combined Sheffield City Centre and out of town office markets was 115,677 sq ft – almost four times the Q1 2014 figure of 30,367 sq ft. Read more
The city centre has had a promising start to the year with an increased take-up of 4% on Q1 2014 at 318,000 sq ft. Read more
The latest edition of our UK Investment Transactions report reveals that investor appetite has been undeterred by the upcoming General Election. On the heels of a record year in 2014, Q1 volume reached £19.1bn, the second highest quarterly total on record after Q4 2014.