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Record-breaking year fuelled by capital flow to the uk’s golden triangle

Bidwells enjoyed the biggest jump in profits in its 179-year history last year - it was announced today - fuelled by the continued flow of capital to the UK’s high-growth regional economies.

Business park success highlights strength of Oxfordshire industrial market

Grange Court Business Park - an extension to Abingdon Science Park - has reached completion with 85% of units under offer or pre-sold and local businesses beginning to take occupation.

Revolutionary early cancer detection pioneers expanding headquarters at Cambridge science park

Innovative diagnostics company Owlstone Medical - pioneers of a breathalyser with the potential to revolutionise the early detection of cancer - has committed its future to Cambridge Science Park by expanding its headquarters on site.


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    Pt1. Howard Group is very pleased to be sponsoring Bidwells’ annual Bike Ride and is proud to be raising both aware…
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    Pt2. We know that the funds raised will be put to excellent use in helping Maggie’s Cancer Centres continue to offe…
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    Pt 1. “COEL is once again delighted to be supporting such a fantastic cycling event. The #BidwellsBikeRide has gone…

Insights and Research

Our View on Offices and Labs Summer 2018

Bidwells Summer 2018 'Our View on Offices and Labs 2018' reveals take up across Oxford, Milton Keynes and Cambridge has averaged 1.5m sq ft since 2012, with Cambridge and now Oxford benefitting from increased investment into the ‘knowledge based’ sectors of the economy.

Our View on Industrial Summer 2018

Bidwells Summer 2018 'Our View on Industrial' research paper reports the industrial sector has been the strongest performing market in each of the past two years and the latest IPF UK Consensus Forecasts (May 2018) suggests that this period of dominance will continue through to 2019.

BLOG: High Street Crash - is there a future?

The potential closures of large stores and the announcement of other retailers rationalising their property portfolio, like Homebase, will have a dramatic effect in terms of loss of jobs, the knock-on effect to other retailers nearby, the effect on suppliers, and the overall effect to the high street.


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