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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.
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.
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.
Brighton offers the greatest potential in the UK for new out-of-town (OOT) retail development, research from Savills has revealed.
The high street is the only retail sector to post an increase in investment volumes in the third quarter of the year, as shoppers shrugged off concerns over the impact of the Brexit vote on the economy.
New York’s Upper 5th Avenue has retained its spot as the world’s most expensive retail street, with London remaining in fourth place, despite decreased rental values in both locations, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest analysis.
The 25th of April marked a year since BHS collapsed into administration, an event that led to the loss of 11,000 jobs and an extraordinary parliamentary investigation that dragged in high-profile figures from retail, property and banking.