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Developers shy away from spec

25 May 2017

A lack of institutional funding and Brexit jitters have held back speculative development.

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Healthcare real estate investment activity picks up

25 May 2017

Investment activity in the healthcare real estate market has picked up again this year following a relatively subdued 2016, according to CBRE’s latest market review.

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Shed occupiers forced to settle for space outside Greater Manchester

19 May 2017

Land is available for industrial development in the North West, unlike in many other areas of the UK. But space in Greater Manchester is scarce, and prime sites are even harder to come by.

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Clouds gather over UK housing market

18 May 2017

The latest housing market surveys from the RICS, Nationwide and Halifax make for grim reading.

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Bumper start to year for office take-up in London’s Midtown

18 May 2017

A string of large lettings sent office take-up in London’s Midtown rocketing to its highest level since Q3 2015 in the first quarter, according to Farebrother.


Dublin dubbed hottest European city for hotel investment

11 May 2017

Dublin has topped a list of the hottest European cities for hotel investment compiled by Savills, thanks to rising visitor numbers and a constrained development pipeline.

Special Reports

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Hot 100 UK office locations 2017

Property Week reveals the best office locations outside London, some of which may surprise you.


Hot 100 Office Index: top 10 locations

In exclusive research undertaken for Property Week by location expert CACI, Brighton and Hove topped the list of the 100 ‘hottest’ potential UK office locations ?outside London.

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Salary survey 2017: Pay packets take a hit post Brexit vote

Average salaries and bonuses have fallen sharply in the past year as the double whammy of a cooling market and the Brexit vote hit home, reveals the annual RICS and Macdonald & Company UK salary survey, shared exclusively with Property Week.

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