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DTZ’s UK Fair Value Index™ increased to 72 in Q4 2014 from 64 in Q3, meaning that UK property has become more attractively priced for investors.
There was a record turnover for UK property investment in 2014, with an 11% rise to £56bn.The primary cause was a 40% increase in investment activity (...)
Occupier sentiment increased dramatically in the second half of the year as Q4 recorded the highest take up in stock, in a quarter, since the 1980s.
Occupier sentiment continued to improve during 2014 with take up during H2 reaching 497,000 sq ft which represents the strongest half year take up since 2008. (...)
Occupier sentiment has much improved, with city centre transaction volumes far greater in 2014 than the previous 12 months. This is largely down to the significant (...)
Office take-up in Edinburgh exceeded 754,000 sq ft in 2014, the highest on record, despite the interruption of the referendum in September.
After H1, when 419,000 sq (...)
Occupational activity slowed over the summer months in the lead up to the referendum as those that could hold off did so.
After the “no” vote, take-up (...)
Occupier sentiment continued to improve in the city centre with a strong Q4 finish making 2014 a record year in take-up. The rising demand highlights the (...)
Total take-up in Q3 reached just over 9m sq ft, up 2.5m sq ft on Q2. Take-up from manufacturing companies totalled 1.2m sq ft in Q3, (...)
After a period of low activity, developers are seizing the opportunity to build industrial space speculatively again. This is focussed almost exclusively in the Midlands and (...)
Retail warehouse investment transactions so far in 2014 are at £2.21bn (85 centres), significantly above the same period in 2013 where 42 centres transacted, totalling £1.12bn. (...)
In Q3 2014, 32 shopping centres transacted totalling £1.65bn, slightly more than the £1.43bn (18 shopping centres) transacting in Q2 2014
UK shopping centre investment transactions in (...)
Anticipation of a short term supply squeeze and an increase in pre-letting pushed up UK regional office prime headline rents 3% on average in the six (...)
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