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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.
Hotels & Leisure Data
The Borough of Hackney has the most active development pipeline when it comes to hotels, according to Colliers International’s latest London Index.
Despite the threats posed by Brexit, London remains one of the most competitive global cities to do business in, according to Savills’ latest European Cities report.
After a sluggish start to 2016, investment activity in the out-of-town retail market recovered towards the end of the year, the latest data from Savills reveals.
After a tough 2016, house prices in prime central London are forecast to grow by 10.3% over the next five years, according to Cluttons’ residential market outlook report.
Investor interest in UK supermarket property is returning after a tough 2016 that saw capital values fall by 4.7%, according to the latest UK Supermarket Investment Report from Colliers International and MSCI.