Tag: commercial properties



Commercial Property Prices in Washington DC Rising Despite High Vacancy Rates

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Posted on 13 November, 2014 by Jodee Redmond under Business News, Commercial Sales and Lets

The office market in Washington, DC has lagged behind that of other major cities. The federal government has made budget cuts and corporations have slashed costs, which have meant vacancy rates for office space has increased and rents have stalled in The... Read More

Get Legal Advice with your Weekly Shop at The Co-operative

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Posted on 1 October, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News

Thanks to The Legal Services Act, businesses outside of the legal profession can now offer a legal advice service - once they have been granted an alternative business structure (ABS) status. One of the first to utilise this change in law is The Co-operative... Read More

Commercial Development Plans for Coolray Field on Hold

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Posted on 30 September, 2012 by Jodee Redmond under Worldwide Property News

Coolray Field in Georgia was approved for construction by Gwinnett County commissioners in 2008.... Read More

Recession Won’t Stop Us Brits Ordering a Takeaway

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Posted on by MOVEHUT under Business News, Economy

Although people have less disposable income and the UK is still currently in the middle of a double-dip recession, it seems that people still have enough money to spend on takeaway food.... Read More

Manchester is Open for Business

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Posted on 29 September, 2012 by Neil Bird under Industry News

Costs for businesses in Manchester are among the lowest in the world when compared to other large industrialised cities, a new report from KPMG reveals.... Read More

High Streets Must Adapt to Online Shopping

High Streets Must Adapt to Online Shopping
Posted on 28 September, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Economy

A recent report has revealed that town centres will need to advertise themselves as convenient hubs for picking up products ordered online if they are to flourish into the next decade.... Read More

Tesco Axes Value Range due to Consumer Embarrassment

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Posted on by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

Anyone who regularly shops in Tesco will be familiar with the blue and white striped packages synonymous with the brand’s “Tesco Value” range.... Read More

Despite Slow Sales Argos Reveals 12000 Christmas Jobs

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Posted on 27 September, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News

Last week, we reported that Home Retail Group, which owns Argos, was not having the best of times.... Read More

Shares Suspension at JJB Sports puts Workers on Edge

Shares Suspension at JJB Sports puts Workers on Edge
Posted on 26 September, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

The past few months have seen troubled retailer JJB Sports go through a great deal of turbulence in terms of the future for the business.... Read More

South West Expansion for Premier Inn

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Posted on by MOVEHUT under Business News, Commercial Developments

Premier Inn, one of the UK’s largest hotel chains is adding a number of new commercial properties in the South West region. 15 sites have been secured by the hotel chain and already nine hotels have begun construction.... Read More