When it comes to purchasing commercial property there is a lot of risk involved, not only with regards to market, but also in terms of the condition of the property that is being purchased. There are certain checks that most experienced investors would do, and buyers will also have a...
29th February 2016
London’s office market has seen record levels of demand, far outweighing supply on offer. A lack of available space has led to rental peaks breaking records across the capital; St James has seen a rent of £185 per square foot, whilst sub markets such as SE1, Eastern Fringes and the...
23rd February 2016
Even though plans are constantly submitted for new commercial properties, the Central London property market is continuing to experience a gulf between supply and demand. This has resulted in knock on effects in the capital’s core markets, with the City experiencing some of the lowest vacancy rates in its history....
15th February 2016
- 50% of those surveyed admitted they would engage in a work place romance- Those over 35 years old are more likely to start a relationship with a colleague - Men are more likely to pursue workplace dating then women in the same role
10th February 2016
Recent reports confirm that Aorland Holdings has now submitted plans for the skyscraper dubbed The Shard II. As previously reported by Morgan Pryce, the 1 Undershaft building is set to be the tallest building in the City of London.
9th February 2016
Last year on 12th December 2015, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) adopted the ‘Paris Agreement’ at the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21).
9th February 2016
There was a total of £67.5 billion invested in UK commercial real estate in 2015, a figure which was down 5% compared to the £70.7 billion in 2014. Nevertheless, last year is still the second strongest performing year on record, and a massive 46 percent above the 10-year average.
3rd February 2016