Which Scottish Property Sectors are Experiencing the Highest Demand?

This month we looked at the proportion of Scottish property listings on NovaLoca within each of the different sectors. We compared this to the proportion of email enquiries so far in 2017 for these same sectors. These figures suggest more demand than ... Read more

Plymouth marina

Major projects supporting businesses in Plymouth

When considering the UK’s thriving areas for business and commercial property, it is usually mega cities of London and Birmingham that come to mind. However, with plenty of investment opportunities on the south coast, Britain’s Ocean City, Plymouth, ... Read more

Southampton

Southampton: New developments 2016

This month NovaLoca have been looking at Southampton as a place for businesses to invest and have spoken with commercial agents to find out how well the property industry is doing there. Major national and international companies are becoming more ... Read more

Blackpool, coastal revival fund

The 77 winners of the £3 million coastal revival fund

The coastal revival fund, which was part of the Coastal Communities Fund launched in 2012, was created to support projects to help revive heritage assets that are important to local communities. NovaLoca have been keeping up with news regarding the ... Read more

3 major developments to change the face of Cardiff city in 2016

Cardiff is a city in demand and is attracting the attention of major occupiers, investors and developers. The Cardiff office market has bounced back strongly from quarter 2 following a disappointing first quarter with Q2 take-up amounting to just ... Read more

Wembley Park

West London Business Property Lunch with Quintain at the Holiday Inn, Wembley

NovaLoca attended the West London Business Property Lunch last Friday, led by Ben Giddens the Development Director of Quintain. The lunch focussed on updates of the impressive Wembley Park Development. Quintain last reported on the development three ... Read more

Government grants available for coastal communities in England

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