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Property data, infographics and market reports for economic sectors - offices, industrial, residential, retail, hotels and leisure.

London development pipeline 2017

2017 Data Predictions: mixed fortunes in store for UK property

5 January 2017

After a tumultuous 2016, the coming year is expected to be a tough one for the UK property market. Returns are forecast to be flat or marginally positive as capital values continue to drift down.

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Hotels & Leisure Data

Intelligence graph London Hotel

Hackney hotel market is ready to thrive

12 December 2016

The Borough of Hackney has the most active development pipeline when it comes to hotels, according to Colliers International’s latest London Index.

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London development pipeline 2017

2017 Data Predictions: mixed fortunes in store for UK property

5 January 2017

After a tumultuous 2016, the coming year is expected to be a tough one for the UK property market. Returns are forecast to be flat or marginally positive as capital values continue to drift down.

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Warehouse

Demand for industrial & office 'stronger than expected' despite Brexit vote

21 November 2016

Industrial and office markets in London and the South East have seen occupational demand strengthen and rising rents since the EU Referendum according to exclusive Glenny research.

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London development pipeline 2017

2017 Data Predictions: mixed fortunes in store for UK property

5 January 2017

After a tumultuous 2016, the coming year is expected to be a tough one for the UK property market. Returns are forecast to be flat or marginally positive as capital values continue to drift down.

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Weardale House HMRC

Central Newcastle office take-up closes in on out-of-town levels

13 January 2017

For the first time in recent years, take-up of office space in Newcastle city centre almost equalled take-up on out-of-town developments, according to a consortium of North East-based chartered surveyors.

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