Property Market FeaturesRegional features and sector reports from the property sector. A list of forthcoming market features is available here.
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The UK flexible workspace sector is booming. According to data from The Instant Group, the number of flexible workspace centres in the UK grew by 11% in 2015-16.
In theory, Nottingham is perfectly placed to attract investment and jobs from the overheated south, but the reality is that both have been slow to materialise.
The boss of Marketing Derby is frank about the challenge his city faces. Years of lacklustre asset management and the departure of big-name retailers have left parts of the city looking like a picture of “Britain’s broken high street”.
Last year was a successful one for the Leicestershire property market. According to data from Midlands-based commercial property agency Innes England, all sectors experienced healthy take-up. But it was industrial that performed “outstandingly”.
New retail space in Lincoln is hard to come by: the city’s historic buildings and strict planning restrictions make development expensive and risky. Against the odds, however, Lincolnshire Co-operative is set to bring forward new retail space in the city for the first time in years.
See past and forthcoming market features in our Features List
|6||The Year Ahead|
|20||Call Off Duty|
Automotive & Roadside
Surrey, Sussex & Kent
Food & Beverage
Property Salary Survey
|24||Retail, Leisure & Hotels supplement|
Bristol & South West
Herts, Beds, Bucks & Oxon
North West supplement
Ports, Airports & Rail Freight
Yorkshire & Humber
|24||Hampshire, Dorset & Wiltshire |
|7||Hot 100 Offices|
Trade Counters & Self Storage
|21||Offices, Science Parks & Business Parks|
|28||Retail, Leisure & Hotels supplement|