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Press Releases • Jul 28, 2014 14:19 BST
Average values in London’s cultural hub reach £1,747 per sq ft, an uplift of 17% when compared to Q2, 2013
Heightened demand and an increase in specification closes the gap between the City and Prime Central London
Press Releases • Jun 23, 2014 08:10 BST
Traditionally dominated by its financial core, the transformation of the capital’s business district has led to a surge in residential demand.
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News • Oct 18, 2012 17:35 BST
Jonathan De Mello, CBRE Head of Retail Consultancy, gives his response to the government's decision to delay business rate re-evaluation to 2017
News • Aug 08, 2012 14:20 BST
CBRE has issued its response to today’s Bank of England growth forecast and outlined the likely impact on the UK property sector.
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Blog posts • Nov 12, 2013 09:02 GMT
The latest edition of An Economist and A Financier sees evidence for optimism in the continuing upturn in the economy. Dr Neil Blake and Graham Barnes discuss easing conditions in the Eurozone, growth in full-time employment figures, the increase in consumer demand, and great news for retail.
Blog posts • Aug 07, 2013 11:10 BST
The latest edition of An Economist and A Financier looks at opportunities within the volatile recovery trend revealed by an index of UK real estate equity prices since 2003, and debates whether recent positive economic indicators could be affected by external threats.
Blog posts • Jul 04, 2013 10:41 BST
This month's An Economist and A Financier post analyses the latest economic news and survey data and examines the sentiment of those intrinsic to the commercial real estate market.
Blog posts • May 02, 2013 13:59 BST
The latest edition of An Economist and A Financier examines the recent performance of listed real estate stocks, and analyses the meaning of the latest GDP and employment figures for commercial real estate supply and demand.
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Documents • Jun 23, 2014 08:05 BST
The City of London and its immediate surroundings have transformed over the last decade. It is still a thriving finance and business district, but it is now buzzing even when the financial markets close. The impressive range of bars and restaurants, boutique retailers and weekend entertainment is drawing in new residents. It is becoming a highly sought after residential location.
Documents • May 16, 2014 13:54 BST
Since Aragon Tower over 30 London residential towers, of over 20 storeys in height, have been developed across London. A further eight residential towers are due to complete construction this year and another 31 are under construction and due to complete by 2018.