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

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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

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

17 February 2017

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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Bigger is better for take-up

20 February 2017

Industrial take-up in the final quarter of 2016 hit a record high of 13.9m sq ft, boosted by strong demand from online and discount retailers, figures from Gerald Eve’s Prime Logistics bulletin show.

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Construction

Cornwall delivers UK's highest new build rates

16 February 2017

Research produced exclusively for Property Week has revealed the areas of the country that have seen the highest levels of housebuilding since 2011 - as well as the areas that are least affordable for first-time buyers.

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Christmas figures a reflect positive end to a turbulent year

19 January 2017

The latest CACI report shows a generally optimistic view of the financial trend across the UK with 9% more of the population believing their finances will get better in the next three months.

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