Market Insights Property News 2014

Property News 2014

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  • Colliers committed to driving down occupancy costs at Edmund House

    Since being appointed by Patrizia Immobilien in 2013, Colliers International, through a proactive asset management strategy, has been able to reduce the service charge levels at Edmund House

  • Signs of Growth in West Midlands’ Care Home Sector

    02.07.2014 | Despite pressure from local authorities to reduce the number of people in care homes, occupancy rates in the West Midlands have remained stable, mirroring the national figure at around 90 per cent, as reported by specialist healthcare advisors Colliers International’s 19th biannual Care Homes Review.

  • Midsummer Retail Report: East Midlands’ Retail Sector Shows First Signs of Growth in Five Years

    26.06.2014 | Colliers’ Midsummer Retail Report reveals rental growth of 2.7 per cent. Five years of rental decline in the East Midlands reversed.

  • Colliers’ Midsummer Retail Report reveals Birmingham outperforms other UK centres

    26.06.2014 | Birmingham’s retail centre rents are on the rise, up four per cent to £285 per sq ft in the last year, positioning the city as the best performing centre in the West Midlands.

  • 50,000 sq ft Property Sold by Colliers International

    19.06.2014 | Global property advisors, Colliers International, acting on behalf of property investor Constantine Land, completed the sale of Birmingham’s 50,000 sq ft 7 New Market Street (formally known as Britannia House) to Seven Capital for an undisclosed sum.

  • Colliers Secures Joint Agency Role on Iconic Fort Dunlop

    26.06.2014 | Colliers International’s National Offices team has secured the joint agency position with GVA on behalf of Urban Splash to market the iconic Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, one of the largest regenerated, mixed use schemes outside London.

  • 3Sixty looks to Colliers International for Ego expansion

    28.01.2014 | Colliers International’s Licensed and Leisure team has been instructed by 3Sixty Restaurants to find a host of sites in the Midlands and the North West as part of its plans to grow its Ego Mediterranean restaurant and bar brand.

  • Aligning Northern Ireland decapitalisation rates with rest of UK will impact public sector

    21.01.2014 | Aligning Northern Ireland’s (NI) decapitalisation rates with the rest of the UK will have a significant impact on the public sector, Belfast-based Colliers International has warned.

  • Your chance to help shape Birmingham’s development plans

    17.01.2014 | Stakeholders have been urged to have their say on wide ranging development policies which could see Birmingham’s population leap by more than 150,000 by 2031.

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