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Valuation Bulletin Q1 2017View and download report
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Our Q1 2017 Valuation Bulletin is now available. It includes an update on commercial property prime yields and a review of the care homes, education and caravan park sectors.Read more
Office occupier take-up across Leeds rebounded during the second quarter of 2017, with in excess of 226,000 sq ft of space transacted; up 41% on the first quarter on 2017 and more than double the same period in 2016.Read more
Office take-up for the Greater Bristol market was subdued during the second quarter of 2017. However, this was to be expected due to economic uncertainty surrounding the BREXIT negotiations and general election.Read more
Office occupier take-up across Newcastle’s city centre and out-of-town markets was subdued during the second quarter of 2017, with just under 130,000 sq ft let; reflecting a fall of 31% from the equivalent period last year and some 38% below the five-year quarterly average.Read more
Q2 figures have not disappointed, with the promising start to the year continuing. City centre take-up for H1 2017 is showing a 14.6% increase on the same period in 2016. Demand from larger occupiers for new Grade A stock is also showing no signs of slowing down with 94,745 sq ft transacted across four deals in Q2 and accounting for over a third of the total sq ft transacted.Read more
Could changing the way service charges are apportioned in large, multi-let business park developments or shopping centres be the key to maintaining occupier satisfaction and retention?
Business rates liabilities account for a sizeable proportion of a business’s total occupancy costs.
Following a strong start to the year and despite uncertainty surrounding the General Election, Q2 2017 has seen a continuation of the solid take-up with H1 2017 eclipsing the entire of 2016. Read more
Office demand on the South Coast fell by 30% at the start of 2017, in part due to general market uncertainty and a lack of supply. In addition, market dynamics are changing and demand is being generated by locally grown SME’s.Read more
The industrial market started 2017 buoyantly with a new high for quarterly enquiries. Take-up was consistent with the previous two quarters where prime stock being removed from the market is acting as a long-term impediment of prime supply on the South Coast.Read more