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Belfast: An Evolution of the Retail LandscapeView and download report
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Belfast’s retail offering has made huge progress since the days of The Good Friday Agreement. Our report Belfast: An Evolution of the Retail Landscape tracks the changing face of the retail sector in Northern Ireland’s capital from the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in April 1998 to the present day.
We have seen a robust market recovery in the hotel sector during the past three years, with increased activity across both transactional and valuation activity across most regions in the UK.Read more
The number of technology, media and telecoms (TMT) businesses taking office space in Leeds has grown by 96% over the past year, significantly more than in any other city across the Northern Powerhouse, according to Adam Varley, Head of Office Agency in Leeds.Read more
Our Q1 2017 Valuation Bulletin is now available. It includes an update on commercial property prime yields and a review of the care homes, education and caravan park sectors.Read more
Investment into the Republic and Northern Ireland commercial property markets in Q1 2017 was lower than the same period in previous years, according to the latest edition of our Ireland Valuation Bulletin. However, prime yields have remained stable in the three months to Q1 2017 in both the Republic and Northern IrelandRead more
As the triggering of Article 50 moves the exit of the UK from the European Union from a theoretical notion to a reality, we review the current situation regarding Brexit, Northern Ireland and commercial property.Read more
The Belfast office market has shown resilience to last
summer’s Brexit vote by returning to pre-recession take-up levels with a
consistent performance throughout 2016, according to Lambert Smith Hampton’s Belfast
Office Market Report 2017
Property investment activity remained strong in Ireland during 2016,
recording a total turnover of €4.5bn, according to the Ireland Investment
Market Bulletin published by Lambert Smith Hampton today. The figure marks a 21
per cent increase on 2015 and represents the second highest level of investment
in the last decade – just short of the €4.8bn high in 2014.
Growth is forecast to come from large infrastructure projects including HS2, Hinkley Point and Wylfa Newdd nuclear power plants.
Almost ten years on from the economic downturn and with over
£150m of public sector investment since 2009, Downpatrick is a changed town
with renewed opportunities for private sector investment.