Northern Powerhouse office markets in strong shape
The core occupier markets of the Northern Powerhouse maintained their momentum in the second quarter of 2018, despite an apparent fall in activity from the two largest centres.
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Thames Valley Office Market Report 2018
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Industrial and Logistics Market Report 2018
A heady cocktail of structural change, tight levels of supply and increased confidence vis-a-vis other sectors is fuelling insatiable investor demand for industrial & logistics, reports LSH. Can the sector’s position at the front of the pack be sustained?Read more
Bricks and mortar retail are back en vogue
As technology continues to change the way we shop, the in-store environment will become a retailer’s point of differentiation. Stephen Proudley, Director of Retail Agency, explains.Read more
Record year for Northern Powerhouse office markets
Our latest Northern Powerhouse Office Market Report has revealed 2017 to be a record year for the North, indicating that its economy is thriving against an incredibly challenging political backdrop.Read more
Record quarter for distribution warehouses
Volume was impressive with £1.9bn of industrial and logistics assets changing hands in Q2, the highest since Q4 2014 and 40% above the five-year quarterly average. Read more
Leeds leading Northern Powerhouse cities for TMT growth
The number of technology, media and telecoms (TMT) businesses taking office space in Leeds has grown by 96% over the past year, significantly more than in any other city across the Northern Powerhouse, according to Adam Varley, Head of Office Agency in Leeds.Read more
Is coworking set to be the new Starbucks?
Just as coffee shops become the major takers of high street space in the last decade, will the new need for space for coworking drive organic change and growth in our town and city centres or will we see a ‘corporate approach’ evolve as it becomes more popular, asks Josh Levy of Lambert Smith Hampton.Read more
Are occupiers are tired of London
As the cost of living in London becomes ever more challenging, businesses in the capital are starting to fear its long-term impact on the supply of talent. Alongside the political will to drive growth in the Northern Powerhouse, the evolution of ‘North-Shoring’ among major occupiers may itself play an important role in rebalancing the UK economy.Read more