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National Office Market Review: H2 2014
After a year of strong growth economic growth for the UK, occupier demand in the regional cities has also performed exceptionally well. All the regional cities, except the South East region, have posted take-up totals well ahead of their respective long-run averages. to read more, download the full report here.
With parliament dissolved on 30 March, electioneering stepped up a gear and the 2015 general election campaign is officially underway. Sentiment seems to still be favouring a minority government after 7 May, although polls in recent weeks have recorded a shift towards the three main parties at the expense of support for the smaller parties.
Available leisure investment stock in 2014 was outstripped by demand, but where investors deployed capital in scale.
Operationally the sector had a relatively good recession, now recognised by investor markets. There is increased appetite from a widening range of investors for direct equity investment into the sector.
Direct investment EBITDAR multiples are up, investment yields are down.
All the indicators point to further positive pricing dynamics in 2015.