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UKIT Q2 2014: Commercial property builds momentumView and download report
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Investment in the UK commercial property sector during the second quarter of 2014 totalled £11.9bn - a 10% increase on the first quarter of the year and 45% higher than in the corresponding period last year, our Q2 edition of UK Investment Transactions has found.
Luton and Dunstable has seen a strong start to 2014 but limited availability of industrial stock is likely to constrain take-up going forward.Read more
Q2 saw continued shortage of grade A supply for the M1 Corridor office market and despite fluctuating levels of occupier demand across the region, Milton Keynes achieved stellar results with 143,000 sq ft take-up recorded.Read more
The Cambridge industrial market has seen a strong start to the year with take-up to date surpassing total annual take-up for the last two years. Consequently, supply has significantly decreased and remains dominated with secondary stock. Read more
In Q2 2014, the Chelmsford office market saw encouraging signs of an improving market, with nearly 51,000 sq ft of take-up in vacant office space. The lack of grade A space has prompted the refurbishment of grade B offices.Read more
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
After a record breaking year, it was always going to difficult for Cambridge to maintain levels of activity in the market place. Can the occupational market keep pace with the unbridled investment attention the city has been garnering in recent times?Read more
Now that we have a good handle on how the market has performed in the first six months of 2014, experts from our Capital Markets, Office, Industrial and Logistics, and Retail teams look ahead at the prospects for the rest of the year in our Mid Year Market Review.Read more
After a slow start to the year, office take-up in Sheffield saw a marked increase in Q2 2014. Take-up of city centre, grade A office space was up 83% on the corresponding period in 2013.Read more
The East Midlands office market has gone from strength to strength during Q2 with a record number of transactions in Leicester, and a 60% increase on Q1 take-up for Nottingham.Read more