Industrial Property Data and Market Reports

Property data, infographics and market reports for industrial property and sheds.


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.

Q3 top shed transactions

Amazon drives shed take-up to new highs

10 November 2016

Online retail giant Amazon has helped drive take-up of large industrial space to a new record in the third quarter.

International overnight spend cities

International retailers continue to set up shop in London

22 September 2016

London’s prime retail pitches are continuing to attract international retailers despite demanding some of the highest rents and occupancy costs in Europe.

UK logistics market 10 year comparison

Industrial market well placed to weather Brexit storm

8 September 2016

Take-up of large industrial space increased by 4% in the second quarter of the year, as strong market fundamentals put the sector in a strong position to weather any Brexit-related storm, according to Gerald Eve’s latest Prime Logistics quarterly bulletin.

Big shed exterior

Modern logistics outperforms all property in new benchmark

24 August 2016

Total returns for modern logistics stock across the UK in H1 were 4.4%, outperforming all property collectively according to a newly launched CBRE benchmarking index.

Speculative shed completed

Mega-shed lettings keep take-up volumes buoyant

26 May 2016

Take-up of industrial space in the first quarter of 2016 fell 4%, but a rise in mega-shed lettings kept volumes comfortably above the five-year quarterly average.

Phoenix Park Liverpool Hamilton

Hamilton Heath Estates acquires Phoenix Business Park in Liverpool

17 January 2017

Hamilton Heath Estates has completed its ninth deal in the last 18 months with the purchase of the Phoenix Business Park in Speke.

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