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LATEST INSIGHTS & RESEARCH

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Milton Keynes saw above-average take-up in 2018. Bidwells research shows that, while the overall availability rate in Milton Keynes has drifted upwards over the last three years, demand for high quality space has depleted Grade A stock to an historic low.
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Bidwells latest Norfolk and Suffolk Offices and Labs research shows Norwich is feeling the impact of a shortage of high quality office space containing take up. Reflecting the stock shortages, the availability rate has declined for four consecutive years to a near ten year low, while requirements continue to climb.
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Bidwells latest Oxfordshire Offices and Labs research shows a step-change in take-up, while pressure on the city's office stock remains driven by accelerating growth in science and tech employment across the market.
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Read our latest blog which analyses activity which drove an increase in office and lab rents last year in Cambridge; it looks ahead to further growth this year; and discusses the key considerations for large company R&D activity, based on Bidwells' latest research undertaken by YouGov.
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Bidwells’ Spring 2019 Cambridgeshire Offices and Labs research paper reports the largest increase in supply in over a decade. Download our research paper to find out more.
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We are delighted to announce that the Winter 2018 issue of the Bidwells Timber Price Database is now available.
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The new Agriculture Bill was published by the government on 12 September. This bill in its final form as a new Act of Parliament, will create the basis for the government’s policy for Agriculture in the UK in the post Brexit, post-Common Agricultural Policy, environment. It is the first such UK document, not only since the Agriculture Act of 1947.
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Bidwells discusses what is overage and the concept of overage agreements in property transactions.
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A combination of valuable economic skills and high-level technical education is critical to meet the UK’s skills needs, yet despite growing student enrolments in fields like computer science and tech, new jobs in these high-growth sectors still outweigh the number of skilled workers to fill them.
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