Central London property still in demand among overseas investors – Cushman & Wakefield

Central London commercial property remained highly attractive to international investors in the first quarter of 2013, says Cushman & Wakefield, which has calculated that a total of £2.75bn was transacted, with overseas investors accounting for ... Read more

Central London office occupiers seeking value – Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield says leasing activity in the market for office space in Central London is being driven by occupiers seeking more value for money. The firm says the balance of power remains in occupiers’ favour, with larger companies, in ... Read more

Central London property to remain attractive to overseas investors – CBRE

Transaction volumes in the Central London property investment market during Q4 2012 rose to £14bn, the third-highest total on record after £17.5bn in 2007 and £15.5bn in 2006, says CBRE. Michael Edwards, executive director, Central London capital ... Read more

Positive outlook for Central London offices – Jones Lang LaSalle

London remains the key destination for global capital flowers, and an attractive location for occupiers to take advantage of an innovative and entrepreneurial environment, but it cannot become complacent and must continue to evolve in order to remain ... Read more

Central London offices: More cause for optimism – Jones Lang LaSalle

Activity in the Central London offices market was subdued during the third quarter, says Jones Lang LaSalle, with 1.6m sq ft let across 88 transactions. Volumes were a third below the quarterly average and this was the lowest Q3 total since 2003. ... Read more

TMT still driving Central London offices take-up – Jones Lang LaSalle

Investment in the Central London offices market had reached £7.3bn by the end of H1 2012, up 24% year-on-year and driven by overseas investment of £5.1bn, Jones Lang LaSalle notes. In its latest research on the Central London market, the firm says ... Read more

Central London retail to outperform, fringe areas attract attention – Savills

Central London retail property will continue to outperform the rest of the UK this year, says Savills. An Olympics-related bounce in spending is possible in the capital, but the outlook for the rest of the year remains mixed – nevertheless, “Central ... Read more