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Report Kensington High Street2
The pandemic inevitably had an immediate impact on the London office market, as requirements were placed on hold. But, having entered the crisis from a robust position, the West End market has the capacity to work through the longer term implications of the ‘new normal’.
Report Norwich Office2
The crisis slowed Norwich office market activity during H1, although having started the year with stock levels at their lowest point since 2007 potential tenants continue to face limited options.
Report Genesis House2
The Milton Keynes office market saw take up return to trend levels during H1 despite the pandemic disruption. SME activity has remained strong and those businesses seeking larger floorplates face a challenge with the supply of Grade A space standing at a 15 year low.
Blog HERTS2
The current Local Government structure in Hertfordshire comprising the County Council and ten district and borough Councils, which has been in place since local government reorganisation in 1974, is set for change.
Report Zephyr Building Harwell3
Bidwells' latest research reveals that despite the extraordinary period of recent months Oxford’s office market has shown remarkable resilience.
Report CSP2
Activity continued throughout lockdown in Cambridge and 145,000 sq ft of space was under offer at the end of H1. Robust demand from SMEs in particular is expected to drive an increased pace of take-up in H2.
Blog Bidwells FORESTY HERO OPT FLIP2
The total value of the world’s forests was estimated to be $150 Trillion in a recent Boston Consulting Group report - double the value of the global stock markets – with tree’s carbon storage ability amounting to 90% of this value.
Report 1285 ARC Holding slide2
Bidwells' latest Oxford-Cambridge Arc report forecasts 20m sq ft of commercial space will be needed in the region over next two decades. With office and laboratory space demand still strong and radical planning reform promised imminently, Bidwells' latest webinar asked: what's next for the Arc's knowledge economy?
Blog Ecco 9
Reform was promised and change is very much the order of the day for this Government with the latest changes to use classes and permitted development rights. Mike Jones, Planning Partners highlights the fundamental changes to use classes which come in to force on the 1st September 2020.
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