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Petrol forecourt values reached a new peak last year thanks to strong demand from private equity buyers and a lack of supply, according to Barber Wadlow’s 2018 Forecourt Property Market Update.
Local authorities own 20% of all casual dining restaurants in London according to new data shared exclusively with Property Week.
Proptech investors say trend for fewer larger funding deals reflects transition to ‘more established’ market.
Overseas expansion by US ‘accessible’ luxury brands helped Europe take a larger share of letting activity in the global luxury retail market in 2017.
Tesco has agreed a deal to incorporate iSite, the proptech software developed by Styles & Wood, as a key feature in its new global property operating model.
In 2017, UK portfolio investment volumes hit their highest level for 12 years, thanks to a strong interest in large lots, according to Gerald Eve’s portfolio investment market data. Last year volumes reached £14.4bn, exceeding 2015’s record of £14.3bn and almost doubling 2016’s £7.8bn.
Datscha’s parent company Stronghold Invest has invested in a British AI start-up that allows users to track, predict and analyse consumers’ movements and interactions in city centres and shopping malls.
VTS platform will enable The Crown Estate to collate activity across its £9.4bn London and regional portfolios.
Strategic marketing consultancy firm Conductor has created a new team to analyse the social and economic impact of new developments.
Luxury developer West Eleven has become the first property firm to use the Apple AR Technology Toolkit to showcase its developments.
Proptech firm TrustedLand has launched its pilot phase for ‘hand-picked’ property professionals offering them access to exclusive off-market development opportunities in the South East.
Croydon’s new £1.4bn shopping centre development could generate annual turnover of as much as £745m when it opens in 2022, according to research undertaken by retail consultancy Harper Dennis Hobbs (HDH).
Property Week’s Emanuela Barbiroglio visits Bologna’s Fico Eataly World.