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A lack of investment assets in the West Midlands means there is a large weight of money chasing any stock that does become available, according to research from Savills.
Last year, retail rents in 45% of West Midlands’ centres were in decline, but there was a turnaround in H1 2016, according to research by Colliers International.
Office markets in the UK’s major regional cities are expected to post strong growth again this year, following on from a stellar performance in 2015.
Net stock absorption of grade-A office space in Birmingham’s city centre reached a record high of 335,007 sq ft in 2015, according to new figures released by Colliers International.
Strong occupier demand in the final quarter of 2015 helped drive office take-up across the UK’s nine largest regional cities to levels 20% above the long-term average, according to Bilfinger GVA.
Birmingham is undergoing something of a boom, but grade-A office space in the city could reach an all-time low by 2017.
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Maryland Securities’ residential-led scheme to transform a three-acre former lace factory in Nottingham has been given the go-ahead from councillors.