Tag: commercial property



200 Acre Durham Site Transforming into Shed Scheme

200 acre durham site transforming into shed scheme
Posted on 11 April, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Commercial Sales and Lets, Economy, Industry News

Durham County Council has approved the transformation of a new 2 million sq ft prime industrial and logistics hub in County Durham. The developer, Citrus Durham Ltd, has received the outline planning permission for Integra 61, a mixed-use commercial... Read More

March Rental Values Unfazed by Stamp Duty Changes

March rental values unfazed by stamp duty changes
Posted on 8 April, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Economy, Industry News

Despite the stamp duty tax changes reducing overall commercial property capital values in the UK, rental values grew more in March than January and February combined, according to CBRE’s latest Monthly Index. Capital values, after three years of... Read More

£1.5m Queens Road Offices Upgrade Sees Strong Investment Return

£1.5m queens road offices upgrade sees strong investment return
Posted on 7 April, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Commercial Sales and Lets

Croudace Properties, advised by Lambert Smith Hampton’s Reading team, undertook an extensive upgrade of 3 Queens Road since acquiring it in June 2014, which has now seen its first tenant. The 15,239 sq ft grade A office space comprises open plan... Read More

How would the Commercial Property Sector Be Affected by Brexit?

How would the commercial property sector be affected by Brexit
Posted on 6 April, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Economy, Industry News

If the UK left the EU then London offices would suffer the most, according to Steven Grahame, manager of North Row Liquid Property fund. In a piece for What Investment, Grahame said that London offices would be impacted, seeing many continental... Read More

Movehut’s Top Tips for Utilising Office Space

Movehut's top tips for utilising office space
Posted on 5 April, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Misc

The office is a second home for many. We mentioned in a previous piece that the Office for National Statistics said an average office career of 50 years, means 23.3% of your total waking hours is spent at work. Office zen is essential to ensure a peaceful and... Read More

Birmingham Office Market Take up Surpasses Record

Birmingham office market take up surpasses record
Posted on by Chris Grigorovsky under Commercial Sales and Lets, Industry News

Q1 2016 was a triumphant period in the Birmingham office market, as take up successfully smashed the previous best in the last decade. Major deals during this period which attributed to its success were 1 Chamberlain Square in the Paradise development,... Read More

Is Staffordshire the Right Place for your Business?

Is Staffordshire the right place for your business?
Posted on 4 April, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Economy, Industry News

It has been reported that Staffordshire County Council has pledged to continue inserting millions of pounds into the improvement of its county’s infrastructure, in a bid to attract new commercial investment. Have you ever considered basing your business in... Read More

Manufacturing Sector sees Activity Drop but Demand Remains Steady

Manufacturing Sector sees Activity Drop but Demand Remains Steady
Posted on 21 March, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Industry News

The manufacturing sector saw activity fall in March, although production is expected to rebound over the next three months, according to CBI's Industrial Trends Survey. A survey of 471 manufacturers had found that output volumes over the three months... Read More

Budget Given ‘Perfect Launchpad’ for Commercial Market’s Future

Budget Given 'Perfect Launchpad' for Commercial Market's Future
Posted on by Chris Grigorovsky under Commercial Developments, Economy, Industry News

The budget has been deemed a success for the commercial property market and a 'perfect launchpad' to secure a bright future by Devon based commercial property specialists Charles Darrow. The firm claimed that the market has been dealt a significant... Read More

Bruton Knowles Signs Major Commercial Deal Before Stamp Duty Hike

Bruton Knowles Signs Major Commercial Deal Before Stamp Duty Hike
Posted on 18 March, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Commercial Sales and Lets, Economy

Bruton Knowles dodged the budget bullet by acquiring a multi-let investment just hours before the Stamp Duty hike took effect, saving the client £20,000 in extra duty. The Language Business Park deal was signed off by Mark Slade from Bruton Knowles... Read More