Today’s referendum result will have far reaching repercussions for the UK and indeed the global economy and property markets, argues James Roberts, chief economist at Knight Frank
According to CBRE’s 2016 European Outlook, commercial real estate across EMEA is forecast to outperform many other assets in 2016.
“The recent equity market volatility, driven by concerns over China, other emerging markets and oil prices, has focused many
Average business property prices in all sectors once again increased in 2015 according to Business Outlook 2016 – the annual state of the markets report from property specialists Christie & Co.
The increase in average prices across the convenience retail sector
Clintons, the leading retailer of greeting cards and gifts, is pleased to announce the appointment of the Knight Frank retail team to supply all property services to its 415 branch retail group across the UK and Ireland.
Simons Group is delighted to announce the appointment of Clem Constantine as a non-executive director. Having spent eight years at Marks & Spencer as the director of property and development and 16 years with Arcadia Group, Constantine has a remarkable knowledge of the property
Tesco has reported a £6.4bn loss in the year to end February 2015 after announcing a massive write-down in the value of its stores. But leading retail analysts suggest the update is a reflection of the tough trading environment facing Tesco around
MSCI Inc, a leading provider of investment decision support tools worldwide, released research today which shows that the property investment market which underlies the UK supermarket sector has ‘re-booted’ following the turbulence that affected the big operators last year. Despite
Research published today by DTZ identifies the UK’s current top three most attractive markets for prime commercial property investment. Based on comparative property prices for each city in the office, industrial and retail markets, the list pinpoints those markets across
Lease lengths for commercial property fell to an historic low in the year to June 2013, while income, lost due to tenants going bust, hit an all time high. Landlords have struggled to maintain cash flows in many areas,
The UK high street will gradually recover over the next seven years and by 2020 the number of empty shops will have fallen from its current level of 12% (of total floor space) to about 7% (a similar level to
BNP Paribas Real Estate has recruited a retail agency and investment team from Drivers Jonas Deloitte as its UK growth gathers pace. Simon Williams, Patrick Heaps, Chris Mulcock, Jemima Unterhalter and Rosemary Baker all join this month (January 2013) with
Mark Smith has joined the retail investment team at Knight Frank as associate partner. He was previously at CBRE and has 10 years of experience within the retail valuation development and investment arena, having specialised in the last six years
Retailers are predicted to reduce their store numbers and focus more of their efforts online, despite a reduction in the number of retail administrations in Q3, according to global financial advisory and investment banking firm, Duff & Phelps. Commenting on the latest
Property consultant Savills has signed up to use Callcredit Information Group’s RetailVision modelling software to advise clients on retail performance and consumer behaviour; including site selection, revenue estimates and customer flows. Retail brands including Costa are reported to be benefiting from
In the second in a trio of articles focused on opportunities in retail property, Deborah Wales, senior associate in the real estate team at UK law firm Dundas & Wilson, claims recession has spawned retail diversity in UK shopping centres A
In the first in a trio of articles focused on opportunities in retail property, Simon Porter, assistant in the real estate team at UK law firm Dundas & Wilson, focuses on UK high streets Always open with a bold statement