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We are delighted to announce that the Summer 2019 issue of the Bidwells Timber Price Database is now available.
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It appears that there is a bewildering gap between the supply and demand of retirement housing. In Bidwells' latest blog, Mike Derbyshire, Head of Planning, explains why it is time to bring policy agenda for senior living housing, out of retirement.
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At the end of 2018, Bidwells, together with Estates Gazette (EG), hosted the inaugural Oxford-Cambridge Arc conference, just two years after the initiative was first formally supported by government in the Budget.
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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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Around a third of agricultural land in England is let under various agreements; changes to tenancy legislation will impact many businesses within the rural sector. With the deadline for responses to DEFRA’s consultation fast approaching on 2 July 2019, below is an overview of the consultation document, highlighting proposals identified by the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
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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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Bidwells’ Warrick Anderson finds both commuters and locals flocking to the East Chesterton riverside for the official start of the summer.
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Bidwells’ weekly tour of Cambridge continues as Niki Stephenson examines what makes Queen Edith’s tick.
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