By Guy Montague-Jones2014-11-06T16:44:00
The average vacancy rate was just 2.8% at the end of June, representing a fall of 25% on six months earlier. Knight Frank said some locations had zero availability and there was evidence of units being marketed one or two years in advance. The report highlighted the strength of retail ...
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