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The Borough of Hackney has the most active development pipeline when it comes to hotels, according to Colliers International’s latest London Index.
The rise of the ‘grab-and-go’ food sector has helped drive up rents in prime London retail locations, according to Colliers International research.
Since the EU referendum, the regions have generated more office investment interest than central London.
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.
Central London office take-up fell 21% in the second quarter of this year as the prospect of the EU referendum cast a shadow over the market.
Property demand across the initial night tube service stops is set to receive a boost with Tottenham Hale and Woodford predicted to be the most popular by new research.
Capital & Counties has reported a 20% decrease in the value of its Earls Court estate to £1.1bn in full-year results.