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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.
Office take-up in central London jumped sharply in the third quarter, as the market received a boost from Apple’s deal at Battersea Power Station, but overall the market is slowing amid Brexit-related uncertainty.
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.
Demand for office space in Central London was well above the long-term average in Q3 despite the impact of the Brexit vote, according to new Knight Frank research.
Take-up of London offices fell in the first half of the year as uncertainty in the lead-up to the EU referendum hit occupier demand.
Regional office take-up was reasonably robust in the second quarter of the year despite EU referendum uncertainty - but is likely to weaken in the second half in the wake of the vote, according to the latest quarterly review by Bilfinger GVA.
Work.Life. has taken the lease of the ground floor of the Boultbee Brooks Real Estate and CBRE Global Investors’ White Building in King’s Road.