Is Cambridge Redefining Marketing Conventions? Rents in the city of Cambridge and its surrounding prime parks are now ahead of other ‘provincial’ UK office centres and the M25 market. Perhaps this suggests the need to start thinking differently about the office market – is the longstanding delineation of London, the south east and the provinces outdated in the evolving economic activity landscape?
The High Street has had a tough time in the press lately and in recent weeks the headlines have been littered with household names in the retail sector closing stores. Will the restaurant market be the saviour of the High Street?
The Varsity Line is a new East-West Rail line between Oxford and Cambridge, which is due to be completed by the year 2030. This rail link is part of a bigger transport and infrastructure initiative underway in the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford (CaMkOx) corridor.
The CaMkOx vision must tell a new story about the region, building on its strengths and positioning a competitive and compelling brand in the minds of global investors, Bidwells latest CaMkOx research paper argues.
Everyone's heard the phrase 'tip of the iceberg'; suggesting a more complex issue than first assumed. Well, sometimes party wall matters take you beneath the 'wall', as I discovered on a recent project in London...
Our View on Build to Rent is a new bi-annual Bidwells’ report on this developing funding and investment sector. We provide our comments on recent markets trends including the recognition of a Build to Rent (BTR) tenure status in the draft National Planning Policy Framework.