The pick of the deals from around the regions plus Lincolnshire’s most active agents.
Some £14bn of commercial property loans have to be renewed each year. What are the best deals?
COMMENT: In January of this year (coming up to five years since the phenomenally successful Grimsey 1 report, An Alternative Future for the High Street, was published) Bill Grimsey – veteran retailer and all-round tour de force – sounded out some of his original team to see if we were game to write another report
Figures for March show that the auction sector saw its second successive month of considerable growth in terms of volumes
At least 7.3m sq ft of industrial units of more than 50,000 sq ft will be delivered speculatively across the UK in 2018, compared with only 5.9m sq ft of speculative starts in 2017, according to LSH
Manchester, Leeds, Belfast and Birmingham see record levels of construction activity, according to the latest Deloitte Real Estate Regional Crane Survey
COMMENT: It is no secret the UK industrial warehouse sector offers some of the most sustainable rental growth in the UK real estate market. We recently IPOd Warehouse REIT, where average rents in the seed portfolio we acquired were just £4.77 per sq ft, writes Andrew Bird, chief executive, Tilstone Partners
The value of commercial property transactions in Northern Ireland is expected to reach £300m this year, according to advisory firm Lisney.
BREXIT ONE YEAR ON: Commercial deals dip by a fifth. EG dives into the archives and looks back at the data affecting property after the Brexit vote
ELECTION WEEK: Jeremy Corbyn has plans for big business – from higher corporation tax to renationalising the railways. As the polls show the gap between Labour and the Conservatives narrowing in the General Election race, experts consider what a Corbyn government might mean for the property sector.