By Mia Hunt2019-02-08T00:00:00
Lack of industrial and logistics development limits take-up.
Coupled with a parallel fall in the amount of space, it is easy to pin the blame for this downturn on Brexit. But Tim Hardwicke, head of agency at property advisory firm SHW, says other factors are also at work.
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