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Property investment activity in Ireland increased significantly in the second half of 2017, however the total annual volume remained 35 percent below the five year average, according to our latest Ireland Investment Market Bulletin.Read more
Almost £17bn of property assets changed hands in Q4 2017, the highest since Q2 2015. The end of year flourish pushed the annual total for 2017 to £58.8bn, up 25% on 2016 and 38% above the 10-year annual average.
A flurry of major deals propelled investment volume in Q3 to one of its highest ever for a summer quarter.
Property investment activity in Ireland was subdued during the first half of 2017, recording a total volume of €782.8m and standing 56 per cent below the half-year average, according to our latest Ireland Investment Market Bulletin.
Healthy volume in Q2 2017 confirmed that June’s snap election had relatively little bearing on investment market turnover.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?
Investment in UK commercial property reached a respectable £12.2bn in Q1 2017, down 6% on both the previous quarter and the five-year quarterly average.Read more
Lambert Smith Hampton’s quarterly UK Investment Transactions report highlights record overseas regional investment and is optimistic on prospects for activity in 2017.Read more
Investment into UK commercial property fell to £9.7 billion in the third quarter of 2016, down by 24% on the same period last year, according to new research by property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.Read more
New research from Lambert Smith Hampton reveals that investment volume in UK industrial and logistics assets was relatively resilient during the second quarter of 2016, with £1.12bn of industrial assets changing hands, down 24% on the same quarter in 2015 but nonetheless 3% above the ten-year quarterly average.