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New PM Boris Johnson used his first speech outside No 10 to deliver an energetic new narrative around the UK economy. Those listening with an interest in Oxfordshire and science and technology will have sat up a number of times, writes Head of Oxford, Richard Todd.
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Rents have risen sharply over the last 12 months to reach a new high of £40 per sq ft after availability dipped to a ten year low of 6.3%. That’s a jump from £23 sq ft at end of 2014.
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The latest offices and labs research conducted by Bidwells found rent levels hitting another new high for the city. Prime office rents rose £3.50 psf in the first half of 2019 to a new peak of £45 psf after the city experienced the busiest six months of letting activity since 2016.
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House prices across the world’s tech hubs are 20% higher than local averages as employees from the likes of Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook scramble for space, according to analysis from Bidwells.
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Offices and labs take up in Oxford and Cambridge has averaged 1 million sq ft per annum over the past three years, with almost 75% of this occupied by knowledge-based companies, finds Bidwells Research Director Sue Foxley.
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The government wants to expand the UK space industry and launch new spaceports. Adam Branson asks what the latest space race means for the property industry
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Investors need to know what occupiers want, where they want to be and what they need to thrive.
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Bidwells launches its latest Our View on Offices and Labs research. The expansion of the Oxford-Milton Keynes-Cambridge Corridor occupier base continues in defiance of the backdrop of economic and political uncertainty. Download our research here
Blog Milton Keynes University Centre
In 2018, Milton Keynes Council announced that Cranfield University had been selected as the lead partner in the delivery of MK:U – a new, tech-based university to be delivered in conjunction with educational, technology and industrial partners including Microsoft, Grant Thornton, Tech Mahindra and Milton Keynes College.
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