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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.
This quarter has seen a massive increase in the year-on-year deal figures, an encouraging trend which we believe is set to continue into the second half of the year.Read more
Office market take-up was slower than anticipated in Q2 2014 on the South Coast, despite encouraging market activity.Read more
Continued economic growth and business expansion are fuelling an increasing number of business relocations across the Thames Valley region, according to the latest edition of Lambert Smith Hampton’s annual Thames Valley Office Market Report.
It has been a disappointingly slow start to the year in the Thames Valley with total office market take-up to end of Q2 41% less than levels to end of Q2 2013. Enquiry levels in Q1 were at their lowest since Q4 2011 but in a marked turnaround have bounced back in Q2 to a record level...Read more
The West Midlands industrial market has seen a surge in speculative development during the last six months yet despite the many schemes underway, there remains an acute shortage of grade A stock across the region.Read more
With the good news from the high frequency data and surveys continuing, we are confident the UK economy is firmly on an upwards path.
To help technology, media and telecommunications companies, we have created an interactive guide. It concentrates on the three most important tech hubs in the British Isles - London, the Thames Valley and Dublin - and the many individual locations within them.Read more
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