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On almost every measure, the health of the property debt market took a transformational step forward in 2014.
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Office availability in central London fell 3% in the first quarter of 2015, dropping to 10.8m sq ft for the first time in 14 years, according to CBRE.
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Commercial property lending has jumped by more than 50% to a six-year high, according to data from De Montfort University.
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UK property will deliver a total return of 9% pa between 2015 and 2019, despite a slow first quarter this year, according to Aviva Investors.
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The number of properties being listed with an asking price of £2m or more has more than doubled since the Conservative party’s election victory, an analysis by GetAgent of four websites – OnTheMarket, Prime Location, Rightmove and Zoopla – has shown.
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The number of Chinese applying to move to the UK via the investor visa process rose to 1,583 last year, from 507 the year before, data obtained by Radius Equity showed.
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More than half the self-storage space opened in the UK last year is sitting empty.
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The number of homes delivered by UK builders has failed to hit current government targets for more than four decades.
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Office construction in central London has grown by 24% in six months, taking the total office space now under development to 9.5m sq ft, according to the latest London Office Crane Survey by Deloitte Real Estate.
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London’s West End remains the world’s most expensive location for office space at $29,000 (£18,675) per workstation - nearly a third more expensive than second-placed Hong Kong, according to research by DTZ.
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Shares in quoted estate agents and online housing sites look set to take a hit today as it emerged hedge funds have taken short positions against property firms exposed to a downturn in London’s housing market.
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Westminster City Council today announced plans for a clampdown on office-to-residential conversions in central London.
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The private-rented sector will not take off until there is a planning change which levels the playing field with build-for sale, delegates at the Property Week Student Accommodation Conference 2014 heard today.
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The student housing sector is not in bubble territory, delegates heard today, despite transaction volumes almost doubling this year.
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Total investment in UK student accommodation has broken the £2bn mark for a third consecutive year, according to new research from global property advisor CBRE.
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London’s largest building contractors are turning down one in three bidding opportunities, as balance of power shifts from clients to construction supply chain.
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Price growth in prime central London has slowed to zero in October, ending four years of growth.
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British Land and Oxford Properties have agreed a deal to let the 41st floor of the Cheesegrater to insurance company FM Global at almost £85/sq ft — a record for the City of London.
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The government has announced 1 April 2015 as the valuation date for business rates assessments for 2017 onwards.
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New residential research by Cushman & Wakefield has revealed there has been a “tangible pausing” of activity in London’s prime residential land sales market as developers take stock of the robust activity at the start of the year.
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