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Report Norf Suff
Bidwells report on Norwich/Suffolk commercial property trend data, detailing the growth of the tech cluster, office space demand, rent increases and industrial sector growth. Read more here.
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New composite index identifies Cambridge as England’s most vibrant city. A new index compiled by accountants Grant Thornton has identified Cambridge as the most vibrant city in England.
Report Windy Standard 6 April 8
The draft Scottish Energy Strategy is expected in early 2017. This comes at a time when exciting developments are taking place in the renewable energy market about economic challenges and mixed priorities in the wider UK policy environment.
Report Cambridge residential thought piece DAN 2
The Cambridge residential market continues to be one of the strongest in the country. We analyse the data in real estate sales, new housing projections and population growth. Read more here.
Report Bidwells ASTRA 15
Cambridge is becoming one of the most important research clusters with a lineup of global brands already in occupation, making use of the increased amenity in the way of a new square, extended railway station, shops, cafés, restaurants and hotels
Report Bidwells ASTRA 3
Our research examines the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford Corridor and the implications and other important issues relating to water, energy and housing.
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A focus on the property trends in Life Sciences in Cambridge, Oxford and London
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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.
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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.
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