Monthly Archives: May 2011

Ever Thought Of Turning Your Serviced Office Space Into Residential Property?

Posted on 31 May, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

It stands to reason, with the current attitude that banks have towards lending, that there are more people looking at renting than ever before. Not just renting of commercial property or serviced offices, we are also talking about residential... Read More

Residential And Commercial Property Becoming More And More Difficult To Obtain

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Whilst I sit here in my serviced office, wondering if I can squeeze a discount out of my landlord when the new lease is due for negotiation, some people are having to contemplate far more serious problems. Property prices remain out of reach for many new... Read More

Ireland’s Commercial Property Market Remains Fragile

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It wasn’t that long ago when I was looking to find some serviced offices in Dublin. I was desperate to join the new Green tiger economy – the future powerhouse of Europe. Money had been spent, business was booming and property, particularly commercial... Read More

Residents And Businesses To Work Together In Government Initiative

Posted on 30 May, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Having placed their faith in the private sector as the vehicle for the UK economy’s recovery, the Government seems to be insisting that the commercial property sector jump on board, with Government Minister Greg Clark in the driver’s seat. The Planning... Read More

Serviced Offices – A Global Perspective

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A recent report into the market for serviced offices globally conducted by CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) indicated a continuing bounce back in commercial property rents worldwide, with much of the power behind it coming from Europe, the Middle East and Africa... Read More

Liverpool Remains Positive Despite 2010 Commerial Property Setback

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Liverpool’s commercial property market has struggled in 2010, according to new reports released. It has been a harsh twelve months for the city that gave the world the Beatles, with new data revealing that there was a 50% slump in take-up for Liverpool... Read More

Shedding The Pounds In Commercial Property Debt

Posted on 29 May, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

The commercial property industry has bought the Lycra, drank the protein shakes, watched the Mr Motivator DVD and now it is reaping the benefit of its new regime. It has revealed a newly-slimmed figure; £293bn, which was the amount of debt secured against... Read More

British Land Releases Commercial Property Results

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After the royal fanfare that greeted the highly-praised results of Land Securities, British Land didn't quite manage a headline grabbing Pippa Middleton performance, but neither was it a shunned Sarah Ferguson show. Instead, the UK commercial property... Read More

Portly Commercial Property Profits For Great Portland Estates

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Developments, rather than acquisitions, will be Great Portland’s focus, after it posted positive year-end results to March 2011. After registering a 26.9% increase in property portfolio value, a jump in pre-tax profits from £156.6m to £261m, and... Read More

Warrington Must Offer More Than Just Serviced Office Space

Posted on 28 May, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Warrington must offer more than just business parks. That is the view of the Warrington Annual Property Review for 2010, released this month. The review has been compiled by Warrington based property consultancy BE Group and provides an overview on movements... Read More