By Grant Watson, Alder King, Grant Watson, Alder King26 February 1999
Despite completion of two schemes on the northern fringe, speculative supply remains at very low levels. However, it is true to say that, as with many provincial centres, there was a glut of offices in the first half of the decade. The changing balance between supply and demand is illustrated ...
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