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Office and residential scheme completions have soared in key regional cities, defying the odds during the coronavirus pandemic
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The British Property Federation (BPF) has slammed the government’s proposals to allow for easier residential conversions on the high street.
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Converting shops to homes could “destroy town centres”, the BPF has declared.
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More than one in three medium-sized firms expect to reduce the amount of office space they hold in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis, according to a survey examining future commercial property demand.
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Last week, a £200m scheme for a life sciences building developed by Legal & General and the University of Oxford received planning permission from Oxford City Council, paving the way for the city’s largest-ever development and underlining growing investor interest in the life sciences sector.
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Last week, a £200m scheme for a life sciences building developed by Legal & General and the University of Oxford received planning permission from Oxford City Council, paving the way for the city’s largest-ever development and underlining growing investor interest in the life sciences sector.
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Last year, many property sectors struggled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, one sector that bucked the trend and managed to thrive despite national lockdowns and the recessionary climate was self-storage.
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The proportion of empty shops in Britain edged up to 13.7% during the fourth quarter, as the pandemic continued to take its toll on the retail sector.
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Fewer homes are coming to the market in 2021 as resurging coronavirus cases make homeowners play safe.
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The amount of office space being brought back to market has seen the strongest rate of increase since the 2007 global financial crisis, according to RICS’ Q4 UK commercial market survey.
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Logistics and warehousing companies in the Netherlands are being inundated with inquiries from British businesses.
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The ways in which real estate investment trusts are taxed, treated and even how many properties they can hold could change as part of a wide-ranging government consultation on the future of the country’s £9.9tn funds industry.
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The South East office market enjoyed a much-needed uptick in take-up during the final quarter of 2020.
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COMMENT Technology is accelerating the transformation of the UK’s senior living sector. Antiquated notions of retirement villages as sleepy rural nursing homes are long behind us.
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Predicting what the coming year may hold for London’s real estate market is difficult, particularly given the recent introduction of tier-four restrictions, but the capital’s property advisers and agents are trying hard to find cause for cheer.
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A panel of leading industry figures has been chosen to advise on an independent review on investment valuation practices, carried out on behalf of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
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The UK’s non-listed real estate sector has been identified as the “obvious weak link” in an otherwise robust performance from European property in Q3, with returns lagging behind its counterparts on the continent.
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Don’t believe the doom and gloom, house prices will rise by 4% next year.
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It is by far the country’s most controversial property scheme. A retail, leisure and residential redevelopment of one of Manchester’s true heritage assets, which will cost some prominent local figures their homes. With the planning application already in, objections number in the literal millions.
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It is by far the country’s most controversial property scheme. A retail, leisure and residential redevelopment of one of Manchester’s true heritage assets, which will cost some prominent local figures their homes. With the planning application already in, objections number in the literal millions.
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