We are the only UK real estate consultancy with a team dedicated to the Supermarket sector. Our team offers specialist advice from development consultancy, agency transactions, planning, research, location planning, lease consultancy and investment. Our clients include leading retailers, developers and funds. The team has also provided advice to the competition commission and other public sector organisations given their unique knowledge and insight the sector. This depth of knowledge has led to an unparalleled track record, with advice being given on in excess of 1m sq ft of Supermarket floorspace in the last 12 months.
How you benefit
The Supermarket property sector has unique characteristics that require specialist knowledge.
Our Supermarket specialists are market leaders in the sector and therefore can deliver specialist advice to clients.
The Supermarket sector is fast changing as consumer patterns change; our team are constantly looking to provide innovative advice to clients on location analysis, store design and transaction structures.
It is these factors that mean our clients benefit from working with a trusted advisor, who has detailed in-depth knowledge of the sector, based on many years of experience but also a team that is driven to find new opportunities and solutions.
• CBRE’s 2017 Outlook report provides a comprehensive overview of the key trends affecting UK property markets in 2017. Alongside core sections covering the economic, political and investment outlook there is coverage of every major investment and occupier sector.
• There is an improved global economic outlook, but inflation is now a more significant risk than previously. There is less concern about emerging markets.
• UK GDP growth is expected to slow to 1.4% in 2017 due mainly to Brexit-related uncertainty and a tighter labour market.
• The Brexit process will mean a very uncertain 2017, with some volatility in markets expected even if the underlying economy is performing well – not least when Article 50 is served.
• 2016 investment volumes likely to be 30% down on a very strong 2015, with 2017 slightly weaker than 2016.