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Kevin Nowlan

Hibernia benefits from Brexit-effect on Dublin office demand

16 November 2017

Irish property investment group Hibernia Reit is benefitting from Brexit-related lettings and forecasts 2017 will be close to a record year for office take-up in Dublin.

London skyline

London still out of favour due to Brexit

1 November 2017

London has ranked among the European cities with the worst outlook for 2018 in a survey of more than 800 real estate professionals.

FC chair Chris Russell

F&C delivers rise in NAV but warns on Brexit

30 August 2017

F&C Commerical Property Trust (F&C CPT) has posted a 2.9% rise in net asset value (NAV) per share for the six months to 30 June.

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Brexit makes short leases more popular

18 August 2017

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are increasingly looking for shorter leases, prompted by fears that the government will not be able to secure a good deal for the UK in Brexit negotiations, research has revealed.

Amsterdam skyline

RBS latest to plan move away from UK for post-Brexit EU hub

4 August 2017

The Royal Bank of Scotland is in discussions about setting up an ‘EU hub’ office in Amsterdam as a consequence of the Brexit vote.

Barclays One Molesworth Street

Barclays latest to take Dublin space at One Molesworth Street Video

2 August 2017

Barclays Bank has signed a 20-year lease for 37,000 sq ft of lettable space at Green REIT’s flagship development at One Molesworth Street in Dublin ahead of Brexit.

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Brexit impact on funds

Brexit impact: funds on the run

27 October 2017

Open-ended retail funds took a battering after last year’s EU referendum as investors looked to cash out. Property Week asks whether it could happen again and if yes, what can be done to mitigate the damage.

St John's, Manchester

Regeneration projects: revival instinct

20 October 2017

In the wake of the financial crisis, local authorities have had to adopt a more creative approach to regeneration. Property Week assesses how they are tackling it and what they are working on.

UK foreign investment map

Foreign investment: inwardly mobile

20 October 2017

Despite the UK’s impending withdrawal from the EU, foreign investment in the UK is still on a roll.

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May's speech shows Brexit can benefit UK housing

28 September 2017

As the lengthy and complex process of Brexit negotiations continues, Theresa May’s eagerly awaited speech from Florence was an understated but necessary break from the Government’s recent silence.

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'Uncomfortable' Brexit issues must be faced head on

17 November 2017

I was amazed to read recently that a school district in Mississippi had removed To Kill a Mockingbird from its pupils’ reading list because the book was making children “uncomfortable”.

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Brexit doom-mongers have been proved wrong

10 November 2017

After my last two articles this year avoided the subject, I make no apology for returning to Brexit.

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Brexit: looking forward means looking back

30 October 2017

News of historic data surrounding the performance of UK commercial property immediately after the referendum vote in June 2016 has played a role in providing the context needed to reassure the market, as well as those all-important overseas investors that have, obviously, shown even greater appeal as the potential for doors throughout Europe to close, intensifies.  

Apartments in Knightsbridge and Chelsea

Real estate continues to prosper in uncertain times

4 August 2017

Just over a year on from the shock outcome of the Brexit vote, what lessons have been learned by the real estate industry?

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Brexit: one year on

23 June 2017

A year ago today the UK electorate made the now familiar trip to the polling station and took one of the most momentous decisions in our nation’s democratic history.

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