In the Economy category you will find all the latest news concerning the economic picture and its impact on the UK commercial property market. This includes the wider effect on businesses, employment and consumers.

The Pub Industry Affected by ‘Non-Pub’ Commercial Properties’ Decisions to Serve Alcohol?

Posted on 16 September, 2011 by Ryosuke Watanabe under Economy, Industry News

As mentioned in one of our previous blogs, the pub industry in the UK is currently going through tough times, facing huge financial strain,... Read More

Bristol Could Be First to See Office Supply/Demand Balance Tip Back in Developers’ Favour

Posted on 15 September, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Economy, Industry News

Bristol is set to be the first of the UK’s top nine cities to see commercial property demand outstrip supply, according to new research by commercial property and management company GVA.... Read More

Colliers’ Report Predicts More Woe for Commercial Property Investments

Posted on by MOVEHUT under Economy, Industry News

The UK commercial property industry faces further doom and gloom with the continuing European debt crisis hitting sentiment and increasing risk aversion,... Read More

Hard Times for Commercial Properties in Retail

Posted on 12 September, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Economy, Industry News

Many businesses around the UK have been forced to close their commercial properties as they struggle with low sales.... Read More

Learn more about our Economy category

The economy affects us all. It can make or break Governments, prove a factor in the success or failure of a business and dramatically influence consumer confidence. Our articles focus on its impact on the commercial property market in the widest sense.

This means that we cover stories on how the economy affects the prospects of commercial property occupiers and their employees. We also carry the latest company, financial and consumer news.

So if you want to read about the latest corporate developments or keep up to date with recent openings and closures on the high street then this is the page for you.