A study was released last month from law firm and real estate consultancy Morton Fraser stating that Edinburgh is the most attractive British location for commercial property investment outside of London.
The Scottish capital came out on top of a ... Read more
Mixed-use developments are becoming key for the development of urban economies in the UK. These developments create more employment opportunities, raise property values and introduce the local population to a vibrant and diverse “entertainment area”. ... Read more
Around ten per cent of the English population live in coastal communities and many tourists visit these areas regularly for leisure purposes. Unfortunately many coastal towns and villages have lost their traditional industries and have therefore ... Read more
Last week, NovaLoca interviewed Andreas Anastasiou of Tano Properties Ltd to discuss how business has been for them in Liverpool during 2015. “2015 has been an extremely busy period for Tano Properties; the market has spiked massively in recent ... Read more
Industrial property giant SEGRO has announced that it has enjoyed a strong first half of 2015, with 4.3% year-on-year rental growth and positive revaluations of assets across all main markets.
In a press release on their website, SEGRO also ... Read more
Following years of indecision a recommendation was finally made this week on the best route to increase the UK’s aviation capacity. Sir Howard Davies and four other members of the Airports Commission unanimously decided that the best option was to ... Read more
The British Retail Consortium has called on the government to make reforming business rates a top priority.
It is believed that businesses could be faced with a 60% rate of tax by 2022 unless major alterations are made to the current business ... Read more
The UK Government has passed the Devolution Bill, which will allow cities, towns and councils to gain more control over local budgets and spending.
A statement released by the government states that this move will take powers away from Westminster ... Read more
From certain hung parliament to Conservative majority, it’s been a strange week for British politics. What was described all round as the most uncertain election in years, ended up being a fairly straight forward affair.
The impact on the ... Read more
There is rarely a more uncertain time for the commercial property market and overall economy than before a general election. This insecurity is of course not helped by the fact we are still none the wiser as to whether it will be David Cameron or Ed ... Read more