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There has been a considerable investment by farmers into poultry units over the last five years driven by good returns and an increasing demand for free range eggs. In this edition, we look into the approach needed to set up a poultry enterprise.
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In 2017 the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) published its recommendations for achieving the economic potential of the Oxbridge Growth Corridor. We believe the economic outcomes delivered by the investment and strategic approach may be greater than anticipated.
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The Oxbridge Growth Corridor is now a national priority. Linking the highly successful knowledge-based economies of Cambridge and Oxford is a government strategy (NIC 2017) to drive economic growth across this region by policy proposals focussing on transport (road and rail) and 1 million new homes by 2050.
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Bidwells has released its Out-of-town Retail research paper. In the out-of-town market both rents and yields stabilised in the first half of 2018, driving improved total returns across most of the Bidwells region, due largely to good income returns.
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Bidwells has released its High Street Retail research paper, Summer 2018. Despite the tide of bad news emanating from the retail sector, take-up across the Bidwells region remains above trend
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The government’s long-awaited Agriculture Bill, which sets in train the biggest reform to the farming subsidy system for a generation, received its first reading on 12 September.
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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.
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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.
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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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