Bidwells has released its Spring 2020 M1 South industrial research which reveals that the Milton Keynes and Northampton industrial market saw close to 3m sq ft of take-up in 2019, well ahead of the long run average.
Bidwells has released its Spring 2020 Norfolk and Suffolk industrial research which reveals that supply constraints are taking their toll on the Norwich market, frustrating potential occupiers and supressing take up, which has fallen below the long term average.
Bidwells has released its Spring 2020 Oxfordshire industrial research which reveals that 2019 ended the year with 20% of all available stock across the market under offer, after 12 months of limited supply curtailing take up.
Take up in the three main Central London markets touched 11.1m sq ft in 2019, slightly above trend levels. Bidwells' latest research reveals that the London office market saw a rebound in activity in 2019, with take-up 9% ahead of the 10 year trend.
Space shortages have driven rental growth, with prime rents at an historic high. Bidwells' latest research reveals that the Norwich office market remains challenged by stock shortages, with availability rate sitting close to a 15 year low.
Despite slower take-up than in 2018, the latter half of 2019 saw an upturn in activity, with almost 150,000 sq ft of space under offer by the year end.
Bidwells' latest research reveals that following a strong year of take up in Milton Keynes in 2018, activity retrenched a little during the first half of 2019 albeit below the five-year trend.
Oxford office demand reached a record high in 2019, shrugging off economic and political uncertainty. Bidwells' latest research reveals a fall in the Oxford office availability rate to 7% and 1.1 million sq ft of requirements, pushing prime rents to a new record high.
Oxford faces a record level of 1.1 million sq ft of office space requirements going into the new decade. Despite a challenging year from a wider economic and political front, the market saw take-up pick up towards the year end, comforted by greater certainty.