Scott Tyler

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    Past lessons on uncertain times


    Since the start of September, the UK has gone through a series of rather unsettling events.

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    Look to the past to ride out uncertain times


    Since the beginning of September, the UK has gone through a series of rather unsettling events, touching various aspects of our private and professional lives.

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    When life gives you lemons, trade property


    As the pandemic started to subside, many of us in the investment community were ready to breathe a long-awaited sigh of relief: no more sitting in front of the TV nervously awaiting updates on the latest restrictions, tiers and lists.

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    On fuel, clarity and trophy assets


    As I sit in my car queuing for fuel, I am reminded of the last time I waited not so patiently to fill up on petrol. It was the 1970s, I was about five and my dad was at the wheel. The petrol crisis was just one of many problems ...

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    Do not ignore the retail phoenix


    Over the past year, real estate investors have been piling into the life sciences and logistics sectors en masse.

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    Fun is fundamental to property


    Few industries have been as badly hit by the pandemic as hospitality. The ban on social gatherings, hotel stays and travel for the best part of a year has driven thousands of restaurants, bars and hotels into bankruptcy, despite increased demand for food delivery services and the Eat Out to ...

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    What happens next? Scott Tyler’s reforecast for 2020 and beyond


    Property Week asked leading industry lights to reforecast H2 and beyond in light of Covid-19. In part one, top commercial agency and development figures share their outlooks for a post-lockdown world.

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    2019 forecast: Scott Tyler (Allsop)


    ”There is appetite for investment and we’re keen to capitalise on this”

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    This year has taught us to expect the unexpected


    The investment market is moving quickly. Since the outcome of the EU referendum little more than 100 days ago, we have welcomed a new prime minister, interest rates have fallen and the FTSE has raced to 7,000 amid uncertainty about what Brexit will look like.