All Brexit analysis articles – Page 5

  • Modern flats
    Insight

    Housing broken but not unfixable

    2019-02-22T00:00:00Z

    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
    Insight

    How real estate will fare in 2019

    2019-02-22T00:00:00Z

    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
    News

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

    2019-02-20T10:40:00Z

    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
    News

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

    2019-02-15T00:00:00Z

    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
    Insight

    Signs of hope in Brexit endgame

    2019-02-14T18:00:00Z

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

  • No-deal Brexit
    Insight

    Brexit is opportunity not a threat

    2019-02-13T12:26:00Z

    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
    Insight

    Nothing ventured, nothing gained

    2019-02-08T00:00:00Z

    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
    News

    German lenders pull back amid concerns about Brexit

    2019-02-08T00:00:00Z

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

  • Gazeley Magna Park Lutterworth
    Insight

    Industrial boom to continue in 2019

    2019-02-07T05:51:00Z

    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
    Online

    Barratt posts strong first-half figures and reveals Brexit plans

    2019-02-06T08:32:00Z

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

  • Brexit
    Online

    St Modwen spends £10m stockpiling materials ahead of Brexit

    2019-02-05T15:43:00Z

    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
    News

    Top shareholder bullish on Hammerson and intu

    2019-02-01T00:00:00Z

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

  • Corbyn
    Insight

    Brexit isn’t the real market threat

    2019-01-31T05:43:00Z

    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
    Insight

    Collaboration is key to success

    2019-01-31T00:00:00Z

    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
    Insight

    Politicians dash high-street hopes

    2019-01-18T00:00:00Z

    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
    Insight

    Life after the death of May’s deal

    2019-01-18T00:00:00Z

    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
    Insight

    Tech not politics is market driver

    2019-01-17T05:53:00Z

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

  • Houses of Parliament
    Online

    Real estate industry calls for clarity following Brexit vote

    2019-01-16T12:05:00Z

    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
    Insight

    2019 forecast: Mario Berti (Octopus Property)

    2019-01-16T08:43:00Z

    ”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
    Insight

    2019 forecast: Tony Brown (M&G)

    2019-01-15T17:42:00Z

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