All Brexit analysis articles – Page 5

  • Modern flats

    Housing broken but not unfixable


    Despite Brexit stealing the limelight, housing remains a top government priority. In fact, there is rare cross-Whitehall agreement that the UK’s housing market is broken and innovation is urgently needed in the supply chain.

  • Freeths_roundtable

    How real estate will fare in 2019


    Despite the changing political landscape, 2018 was a strong year for many parts of the property industry, but what will the other side of 29 March look like? Freeths gathered a panel of experts to discuss what is in store.

  • EMA Canary Wharf

    Court rules in favour of Canary Wharf in Brexit ‘frustration’ case


    The High Court has ruled in favour of Canary Wharf Group over its claim that Brexit did not amount to ‘frustration’ of the European Medicines Agency’s 25-year, £500m lease.

  • Data graph 1

    Prime logistics take-up soars to second-highest-ever level


    Prime logistics warehouses posted the second-strongest occupier take-up figures ever in 2018, according to Gerald Eve data shared exclusively with Property Week . 

  • Merkel and May

    Signs of hope in Brexit endgame


    Property has had a rough time over the past few years at the hands of government. 

  • No-deal Brexit

    Brexit is opportunity not a threat


    Recovering from a back operation has helped me put Brexit in perspective – and I’m not talking about the pain involved. My back problems are mostly genetic and were always going to happen, and so too with economic upheavals like Brexit; such macroeconomic and political events are inevitable.

  • Guy Montague-Jones

    Nothing ventured, nothing gained


    With Brexit putting the brakes on the market and retail seemingly in freefall, you’d think that there couldn’t be a worse time to launch a new venture. And yet now, like London buses, three come along at once.

  • Brexit

    German lenders pull back amid concerns about Brexit


    Lender caution mounts amid uncertainty about treatment of UK loans in the Pfandbrief after Brexit

  • Gazeley Magna Park Lutterworth

    Industrial boom to continue in 2019


    While uncertainty around Brexit continues, in the industrial and logistics sector we are witnessing almost record levels of take-up as occupiers compete to future-proof their supply chains.

  • David Thomas

    Barratt posts strong first-half figures and reveals Brexit plans


    Barratt Developments has reported a rise in half-year sales and profit, and revealed plans for a smooth supply of materials following Brexit.

  • Brexit

    St Modwen spends £10m stockpiling materials ahead of Brexit


    St Modwen has revealed plans to tackle the possible impacts of Brexit, including splashing out £10m to forward order materials and focusing on home sales at the beginning of 2019.

  • Intu Lakeside

    Top shareholder bullish on Hammerson and intu


    Coronation says REITs’ prime retail focus gives them the edge in tough market 

  • Corbyn

    Brexit isn’t the real market threat


    2019: it’s the year of living dangerously, not least for forecasters. I aimed to do a ‘year ahead’ piece in January, but the politicians kept moving the goalposts. Forget trying to predict how the year will unfold; writing even a week ahead of publication threatens serious pratfalls.

  • Brexit

    Collaboration is key to success


    The Brexit saga has many more twists and turns to come and highlights how politics and business are two linked but very different worlds.

  • Oxford Street

    Politicians dash high-street hopes


    These are interesting times for the British consumer. Sainsbury’s chief executive Mike Coupe stated that the British were behaving as if they were in the midst of a recession. Yet consumers are living in a period with economic conditions most chancellors of the exchequer would die for.

  • Liz Hamson Leader

    Life after the death of May’s deal


    This Tuesday, all I wanted to do was stick my fingers in my ears, close my eyes and sing tra-la-la as the Brexit vote pantomime played out complete with gasps from the audience as the extent of the defeat for Theresa May’s deal became apparent. Unfortunately, there is no hiding ...

  • Technology

    Tech not politics is market driver


    There’s no point speculating on where our exit (or indeed non-exit) from the European Union is headed anymore.

  • Houses of Parliament

    Real estate industry calls for clarity following Brexit vote


    The real estate industry has called for clarity after Prime Minister Theresa May faced a historic loss on Tuesday night when her Brexit withdrawal bill was defeated in the House of Commons by a majority of 230 votes.

  • Mario Berti Octopus

    2019 forecast: Mario Berti (Octopus Property)


    ”Attention is now focused on the potential of major regional cities in the South West, Midlands and north of England, as investors hunt for favourable yields and capital growth”

  • Tony brown m&g

    2019 forecast: Tony Brown (M&G)


    ”We anticipate continued high demand for commercial real estate, spurred by low interest rates”