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All aboard the Varsity Line

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Our research examines the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford Corridor and the implications and other important issues relating to water, energy and housing.

Life in the Golden Triangle

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A focus on the property trends in Life Sciences in Cambridge, Oxford and London

Retail and Leisure Data Book Autumn 2016

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Food is now the driving activity for high street and out of town retail and leisure. The arrival of ‘Superfast’ food is a new concept – aimed at providing quality meals in a much reduced time.

Our view on Business Space – Autumn 2016

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Bidwells' business space data book (Our view on Business Space) has identified some key trends with reports showing Bidwells' markets are the fastest growing in the UK.

News from Scotland – Summer 2016

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Our newsletter covers a range of topics from best-practice to property laws and issues.

Our view on property pedal power

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The amazing success of Team GB’s cyclists helped boost the UK’s staggering Olympic medal count and highlighted how pedal power is great for Britain. According to new research by Bidwells - cycling can also be good for property prices!

Our view on 'Cranebridge'

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Cambridge is towering ahead in the development stakes, with 50 cranes spread across the city. An active development review undertaken by property consultants Bidwells highlights the staggering growth currently shaping the city.

Rural spectator: Battery storage and Gas-to-Grid opportunities

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The intermittent output of decentralised renewable electricity schemes, often mismatched with daily and seasonal increases in demand, has created additional opportunities for landowners.

Rural spectator: Grain market commentary May 2016

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Arable farmers, having seen farm commodity prices tumble since Summer 2014, are now faced with the lowest crop values for seven years, with levels close to, or below, the cost of production for many growers.
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