Global real estate advisor, CBRE, has announced the appointment of three senior hires in its UK retail team.
Following a challenging two years for the retail sector, confidence is returning with retailers across Europe identifying store expansion as a key priority, according to the latest EMEA Retail Occupier survey from global real estate advisor, CBRE.
Global real estate advisor, CBRE, has today announced the appointment of Richard Bashford as a senior director in its UK retail investment team.
Global real estate advisor, CBRE, along with joint agent BC retail, has leased a prime retail unit in Borough Market to steak restaurant Flat Iron, on behalf of Nuveen.
UK logistics sector continues to reach new heights with third record-breaking quarter in 18 months, CBRE reports
Take-up of UK logistics space in Q2 2021 surpassed the record level of take-up achieved in Q3 2020 of 13.3m sq ft to reach a total of 15.4m sq ft, marking the third record-breaking quarter in the past 18 months,
Retail space requirements to decline but physical stores will remain vital for many sectors, CBRE reports
The pandemic has accelerated the growth of e-commerce in the UK, with online sales increasing by 44% in 2020 and total online penetration reaching 26%, up from 18% pre-pandemic, according to the latest research from global real estate advisor, CBRE.
Global real estate advisor, CBRE, has advised The Massage Company (“TMC”) on its first London location in Putney.
Business rates valuations have grown faster than open market (MSCI) rents, suggesting valuations could be too high, according to the CBRE research report, Where Next for UK Business Rates? which was published today. The report is published ahead of the
Total central London retail investment in Q4 2020 reached £475m, more than double the total volume in Q4 2019 which saw £200m transacted, according to the latest research from global real estate advisor, CBRE.
Expansion of logistics property in urban locations as the last leg of the supply chain is on the rise for both online retailers and food retailers, according to the latest research from global real estate advisor, CBRE.
Pent-up consumer demand was released in June as the UK lockdown was eased. Slow and steady improvements in retail sales and footfall figures show that UK retail is on the long road to recovery, according to the latest UK Retail
Investment in online capabilities and delivery apps across the retail sector is expected to increase further, according to the latest research from global real estate advisor, CBRE. Online sales have helped many retailers offset some of the lost revenue from
Physical stores remain a key driver to success for retailers, according to the latest research from global real estate advisor, CBRE. The government’s furlough scheme and business rates relief have provided lifelines for many retailers since the outbreak, but further
he outlet sector is continuing to outperform wider retail in the UK according to global real estate advisor CBRE. In its latest retail property perspective, CBRE reports that outlet sales have grown at a faster pace than all shopping centres
A ‘perfect storm’ of Brexit, business rates, inflation, the growth of e-commerce, and employee cost pressures, will continue to weigh on the minds of UK retailers in the year ahead, according to CBRE UK’s 2019 Real Estate Market Outlook. The
Retailer demand for physical store space will remain steadfast throughout a number of key retail markets over the next five years, with the health and beauty sector leading the way in driving future growth requirements according to global real estate
Prime rents have remained stable for the first half of 2018 across most Central London streets according to the latest figures from CBRE. New and Old Bond Street was a particularly active market with the past 18 months witnessing its highest
Retail brands continued to expand in 2017 across a wide range of cities globally indicating that the physical store remains fundamental to retailers’ omnichannel strategies, and is increasingly important for retailer success in international markets. CBRE’s annual report, How Global
CBRE, the leading global real estate advisor, has announced three new recruits to its UK Retail team, as well as seven new graduate surveyors. These appointments form part of CBRE’s ongoing drive to further strengthen its 160-strong retail team. CBRE has
The UK has taken the top spot as the most popular destination for retailers looking to expand their store presence in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) in 2017. 65% of retailers surveyed cited the UK as their target
European consumers want shops of the future to provide a seamless online and in-store experience, finds CBRE
European consumers want the online and in-store shopping experience to be entirely integrated with greater use of technology on the high street, according to CBRE, the world’s leading global real estate advisor. In a pan-European study of more than 13,000 consumers,
Love Stories Intimates has chosen 14 Hanbury Street in London’s Spitalfields as the location for its first UK store. Originally from Amsterdam, the opening further cements the strength of the lingerie market in the UK alongside the continued expansion of Victoria’s
Cities across Europe, the Middle East and Africa dominate half of the top 10 global markets occupied by international retailers with London retaining its number one spot in the rankings, reports CBRE in the ninth edition of its ‘How Global
CBRE, the world’s leading global real estate advisor, has appointed Paddy McCormack as a director within its Central London retail agency team. McCormack joins CBRE from Inditex, where he managed Massimo Dutti’s existing portfolio of stores in London and their
Martin Summerscales, head of retail consultancy, CBRE, says the battle for retail spend is moving from the high street to out-of-town retail parks Out-of-town retail parks have become an essential ingredient in the UK economy. The sector provides employment for a