Over £1bn of deals are under offer in the West End as the market shows signs of recovery, while office availability has exceeded £4bn to reach the highest volume this year to date.
UK residential land values softened in Q2 2023, reflecting downward pressures on land values and wider challenges in the market, according to a report from Savills.
Brighton is the most attractive location for foreign investors looking to buy property outside London, according to a joint report by law firm Irwin Mitchell and consultancy Cebr.
London’s flexible office market has been bolstered by the largest increase in office supply since 2020 over the past quarter, with a host of expansions and new office openings in the flex sector, according to a report from UK flexible office marketplace Rubberdesk.
Traditional retail city centre and shopping centre mainstays such as clothing and footwear are declining as leisure and food and beverage (F&B) businesses move in, according to data revealed by location specialist CACI’s platform Brand Dimensions.
More new home developments are being granted planning permission at appeal than are being dismissed, according to research by Savills shared exclusively with Property Week.