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LATEST INSIGHTS & RESEARCH

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Bidwells’ Summer 2018 Norfolk/Suffolk Industrial databook paper reports supply in Norwich fell to its lowest level since 2004. Download our research paper to find out more.
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Bidwells’ Summer 2018 Norfolk/Suffolk Offices databook paper reports the availability rate falls to 4.5%. With 0.5m sq ft lost to other uses and insufficient new stock coming online, take-up in the city has slowed. Download our research paper to find out more.
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Bidwells is pleased to release the latest edition of the Rural Property Index which tracks the investment performance of rural property assets throughout England.
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Bidwells' research shows prime office rents in London's West End stand at £125 per sq ft and are expected to return to previous peak levels by 2023. Download our research to find out more.
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Bidwells' research shows prime office rents in the area have reached a new peak level of £25 per sq ft. Download our research paper to find out more.
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Bidwells' research reports that fast-growing Oxford University spin-out businesses have driven prime office rents in Oxfordshire to £35 per square foot - growth of 16.7% over last 12 months.. Download our research paper to find out more.
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Bidwells’ Rural team has just released its annual Contract Farming Results paper. Download our research paper to find out more.
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Bidwells’ Summer 2018 Cambridgeshire Offices & Labs databook paper reports prime office rents in Cambridge now stand at £41 per sq ft. Download our research paper to find out more.
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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differently about the office market – is the longstanding delineation of London, the south east and the provinces outdated in the evolving economic activity landscape?
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