Building Consultancy provides practical advice, market insight and a comprehensive
breadth of skills to ensure our clients get the very best from their buildings
What we do
Building Surveyors make a valuable contribution to every aspect of property ownership and occupation. Our core business lines are technical due diligence, dilapidations, defects analysis and diagnosis, and neighbourly matters. We also provide an invaluable resource for Landlords and Tenants dealing with licences to alter; schedules of condition and maintenance projects.
We are the only Building Surveying team in the market complemented with specialist consultants: geo-environmental engineers, quantity surveyors, building services engineers, cladding consultants and measurement experts.
How you benefit
Retail is unlike any other sector: it comes with a very particular set of challenges that can only be fully appreciated by the people immersed in it.
Our dedicated Retail Building Consultancy & Planning team draws together professional expertise from across our in-house professional disciplines – including building surveyors, M&E engineers, vertical transportation engineers, facade consultants, quantity surveyors, planners and project administrators.
As well as being specialists in their field, the team are also specialists in retail. Since it was established in 2004, CBRE’s Retail Building Consultancy Team has stood alone in combining these skills.
This combination of service line and sector expertise gives us greater empathy with the key stakeholders in any retail property. We apply this understanding to every situation, passing on lessons and innovation from other sites.
• 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.