Data by region

Property data, infographics and market reports for all regions of the UK

London Data

Laptops flex working

London flex office sector poised to recover from Covid slump


Colliers predicts demand from flexible office space providers in London will bounce back this year after nosediving last year as a result of the pandemic.

South East Data

Flex office

South East towns see low take-up but record rents


A number of South East towns achieved record office rents in the first half of 2019 despite low take-up across the region, according to a report by SHW.

South West Data

Aurora development, Finzels Reach, Bristol

Lack of space drives up office rents in Bristol city centre


Prime headline rents hit £34.50/sq ft in first nine months of the year.

East of England Data

Retail park

LDC identifies retail parks ripe for logistics use


Eleven small retail parks with vacancy rates above 33% shortlisted as targets for logistics conversion.

West Midlands Data


Birmingham is top regional UK target for overseas investors


Birmingham and Liverpool are the two top choices for foreign investors looking to place bets on UK regional cities next year, according to an analysis by Consorto.

North East Data


Newcastle office market buoyant despite dearth of grade-A supply


Lack of available space in city centre pushes rents up to record levels.

North West Data

Manchester office

Boom in demand expected to drive Manchester office take-up


Hopes are high for Manchester’s office market this year despite the ongoing challenges posed by the Covid pandemic.

Scotland Data

Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh and Glasgow see sharpest decline in shoppers


Retail footfall in some UK cities fell far more steeply than in others in the weeks running up to the nationwide lockdown, data from footfall tracker Purple shows.

Wales Data

Eastbay Close

Oversupply fears hang over Cardiff’s student digs market


Mitchell Labiak reports on the proliferation of PBSA in the city

Northern Ireland Data

Belfast takeup

Belfast sees record office take-up


The market has defied political uncertainty surrounding Brexit and the breakdown of the Northern Ireland Executive.