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It may not have seemed like it but many business were holding off any big decision until post elections and this includes property decisions. With the election over, we anticipate a climb in demand in the market as companies are ready to make their move.
With Conservative majority means there is a possibility of a vote regarding staying in the EU. This could have negative effects on international commercial office investment in the UK for many. Mainly that London may no longer appear to be a good place for international companies’ European headquarters. The reduction on international investment will have a huge effect of the demand for property investment and will not only reduce developments but will also reduce the growth of the market.
Teresa Beatty a commercial surveyor at Morgan Pryce says “the continuity of the main policy objectives over the past year will be positive for investors and developers for offices in London, I would expect the market to continue to grow regardless of the pending planned referendum on British membership in the EU in 2017 and the uncertainty this will bring for the business owners.”
The speculation that the market won’t be negatively affected by the possibility of England leaving the EU is a popular one and seems to be the trend. The main issue will believe to see will be a freeze in movement closer to the time in the office market whilst businesses await an outcome.
This news was brought to you by Morgan Pryce, a specialist tenant acquisition agent with offices in Oxford Circus and the City. Morgan Pryce specialises in search, negotiation and project management and works exclusively for tenants.