Belfast and Dublin Revealed as Attractive Locations for Compact Hotel Development
Compact hotel formats may be increasingly viable in cities such as Edinburgh, Dublin and Belfast, which are ranked as the three most attractive locations for hotel development and investment according to our new report, Do Disturb: Disruption & Innovation in the Hotel Market.
Manchester hotels market update
With an 80% occupancy rate, Manchester’s hotel market continues to outperform the UK average and the city is increasingly seen by investors as a real alternative to London.Read more
Hotel market insight: May 2017
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
Leeds leading Northern Powerhouse cities for TMT growth
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
Brexit, Northern Ireland and Commercial Property
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
Infrastructure set to drive construction market
Growth is forecast to come from large infrastructure projects including HS2, Hinkley Point and Wylfa Newdd nuclear power plants.Read more
St Patrick's Legacy, An Investors Opportunity?
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.
Are occupiers are tired of London
As the cost of living in London becomes ever more challenging, businesses in the capital are starting to fear its long-term impact on the supply of talent. Alongside the political will to drive growth in the Northern Powerhouse, the evolution of ‘North-Shoring’ among major occupiers may itself play an important role in rebalancing the UK economy.Read more
The rise of coworking across the Northern Powerhouse
As computer technology becomes faster and more mobile, the way people want to work is changing, and more rapidly than ever before according to Josh Levy, Director of Office Agency in Manchester, explains.Read more
Industrial takes centre stage
2016 ended with a flourish with £1.7bn worth of industrial assets changing hands in Q4 2016, 40% above the five-year quarterly average and the strongest quarter in two years.Read more