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Latest National Research
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.
There are currently around 1 million private rented households across London accounting for 30% of the city's homes. Since last year this number has risen by 32% and is predicted to continue to increase by around 20,000 over the next six years.
The London living report examines the different types of renters in London and the product they demand. These households come in all shapes and sizes and the sector must cater for this diverse and ever changing group.
We also examine how affordability constraints affect the choices of location and finally whether London is building enough rental stock to satisfy demand.
In this edition we take a look at the 'Portfolio story so far'; it's been a busy period with transaction volumes for this year having already eclipsed the total figure for 2014, and we focus in on the rapid change in yields, especially in London. Find out more.
Welcome to the Spring 2015 edition of IN_business.
With the renaissance of UK regional cities, there are strong performance prospects for property outside London. Articles in this edition on regional investment across the commercial real estate sectors, and the sunny prospects for UK regional hotels, provide encouraging evidence for those broadening their asset mix in the country’s investment landscape.
We also investigate two key issues for those investing anywhere in the UK market: the government’s upcoming review of Business Rates, and property occupiers’ changing attitudes to sustainability.
Manchester’s emergence as a Northern powerhouse is confirmed by our IN_terview with Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief Executive of Manchester City Council providing some exclusive insights on devolution and the Council’s vision for the future of the city.
In Birmingham we hear about the Paradise scheme, the city centre’s first major speculative office development for over seven years and look at the management challenges of the nearby Cube project.
And finally, we feature the CBRE Women’s Network as it celebrates its tenth anniversary and ten years of progress towards gender equality in the property industry.