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Growing regional divide in commercial property market

Increasing regional variation in the UK's commercial property market became apparent during the three months to June, as London's real estate strongly outperformed the rest of the UK, says the latest RICS UK Commercial Market Survey.

Income returns to drive commercial property over the near term

As the economy continues on its slow recovery, award-winning direct property fund managers F&C REIT anticipate the demand for the asset class will increase, driven by the strength of income returns on commercial property, with pockets of value both in prime and secondary markets.

Solihull school's celebratory garden

Pupils from Blossomfield Primary School will help Touchwood mark its 10th anniversary this week with a special, ‘Touch Wood’ garden.

Touchwood continues charity campaign

Touchwood is urging local residents and guests to get behind their fundraising drive and support local charity, Solihull Life Opportunities (SoLO).

Largest commercial unit now available at Bridges Wharf

Largest commercial unit now available at Bridges Wharf

The largest commercial unit at Weston Homes’ highly successful riverside development Bridges Wharf in Battersea is now available, with approximately 3,500 sq ft of space, five allocated underground parking spaces and prime exposure and access to Hotel Verta and London’s only commercial Heliport.

Increase in industrial uptake in Dearne Valley

South Yorkshire’s Dearne Valley area has witnessed a surge in industrial uptake in recent months, according to commercial property experts Knight Frank.

May the Force have a new view in Sheffield

May the Force have a new view in Sheffield

South Yorkshire Police has completed the purchase of Carbrook House in Sheffield, as its new Force headquarters thanks to commercial property experts Knight Frank.

Outstanding highland hotel for sale

Outstanding highland hotel for sale

A fantastic opportunity to acquire a successful highland hotel business has come to the market through one of Scotland’s leading property consultants CKD Galbraith.

Commercial landlords concerned over increasing energy prices

Power Efficiency, the energy procurement and carbon strategy consultancy has today released the results of a survey conducted in conjunction with Property Week that underlines the level of concern amongst UK commercial landlords over increasing energy prices.

Sound footing for global real estate

In a world of relatively modest yields from most assets, where interest rates are generally anticipated to be lower for longer, and international economies are slowly recovering, investors should consider how global real estate could fit into their portfolios.

Top tips for converting commercial to residential property

The Government's decision to facilitate the conversion of property from commercial to residential aims to boost housing supply levels, but little is known about this type of renovation, warn estate agents.

Rental obligations to hit struggling retail sector

The extreme weather that hit the UK earlier this year may just be a distant memory, but insolvency experts are warning that the big freeze might still have something nasty in store for the retail sector.

Golf club for sale in Burton-upon-Trent

Golf club for sale in Burton-upon-Trent

GVA Humberts Leisure, property specialists to the golf and golf hotel industries, is instructed to market The Craythorne, Burton-upon-Trent. A guide price of £1.15 million has been set for the freehold property, which is being offered to the market as the current owner is retiring and relocating abroad.

Nationwide demonstrates support for commercial property sector

Nationwide Building Society's Commercial division is announcing the completion of a £9.55 million deal with SeQuel, a joint venture partnership between Quintain and other third party investors.

Rates, rents and big retailers are killing our High Streets

The Government review, spearheaded by retail guru Mary Portas and designed to breathe new life into Britain's ailing High Streets, cannot come soon enough according to a new report by, the independent price comparison and switching service, in conjunction with research company, EasyInsites.