Is there a coherent strategy behind 'Levelling Up'? What long term impact will it have on local communities and people? Phil Winckles considers the Government's pledge in our latest blog.
City Centre office take up declined slightly during Q2 2021, but year on year figures saw an improvement. Read more of the latest research from the Manchester Office Agents Forum.
Following the loss of it's World Heritage status, the external perception of Liverpool will once again take an unfair knock, says partner Lynn Haime.
Partner Tom Norfolk discusses the 'people management' challenges we will face in the post-pandemic workplace.
Find out how workers feel about their workplace in our second national survey.
A snapshot of Central London headline rents, plus notable pre-lets and rates payable for the next financial year.Download pdf
Take up declined during Q1 2021, but the outlook is positive as businesses revisit their occupational strategies. Read more of the latest research from the Manchester Office Agents Forum.
Our post-pandemic workplace plans must go beyond employers' occupational requirements and address the psychological and emotional needs of our employees, argues Richard Clarke.
James Routledge, Head of Investment, considers the UK’s post-pandemic future.
Philip Aldrick (Economics Editor at The Times) and Mark Long (Head of Strategy at Orchard Street Investment Management) share their thoughts at our Breakfast Briefing webinar.
Key findings from the bi-annual "Charity Property Matters" survey.Download pdf
Phil Winckles reflects on ESG and its implications for the property sector.
Head of Investment James Routledge delivers his property predictions for 2021.
Tom Norfolk ponders what the commercial real estate sector should be focusing on in a COVID-induced economy.
In our on-going review of the impact and implications COVID-19 has had on society, we asked Libby Naylor, one of our newly qualified surveyors to reflect on how it impacted her professional life.
Guest blogger Crispin Auden, Linden Property Services reflects on the future of high-rise buildings
Matt Blaydon, one of our Building Consultancy experts considers the strategic implications of post-Covid-19 workplaces for business owners and landlords.
Richard Clarke, Partner and Head of the Central London Agency team at Matthews & Goodman, discusses how working from home has created inequality.
David Laws, Head of National Business Space, breaks down the ABCs of WFH and how this will impact the workforce in the post Covid-19 world.
Read the full results of our national survey.
An overview of the Manchester Office Market, including headline rents and new build developments.Download pdf
A young professionals view on the future of surveying.
Head of Investment James Routledge delivers his property predictions for 2020.
The UK property sector is challenged but still attractive, says Head of Investment, James Routledge.
Take-up of almost 300,000 sq ft in the city centre during the third quarter has taken 2019 to above the five-year average.
James Doffman provides his perspective on the implications of AI on the future of the property industry.
An overview of the Central London office market, including notable deals, headline rents and rates payable.Download pdf
Partner Tim Austin considers the role of the property industry in the fight against climate change - are we doing enough?
A snapshot of the Central London office market, from headline rents to recent deals and average rates payable.Download pdf
A snapshot of deals and take up in the Liverpool Central Business District and City Fringe office markets.Download pdf
Do flexi offices herald a new age in workplace history? Partner and Head of National Business Space David Laws considers the evidence.
An overview of market activity, headline rents, rent free periods and rates payable.Download pdf
An overview of take up figures for the Manchester City Centre office market, plus notable deals.Download pdf
Head of Investment James Routledge delivers his property predictions for 2019.
An overview of Central London headline rents, plus average monthly desk rates for the Serviced Office market.Download pdf
Brexit will not be the most influential determinate of the UK's future prospects, says Partner and Head of Investment James Routledge.
Annual office take-up in the city centre is expected to hit 1.5m sq ft for the first time on record.
Partner and Head of Property & Asset Management Tim Austin considers how technology is shaping what we do, when we do it and how we do it.
An overview of Central London headline rents for Q3 2018, plus rates payable and rent free periods.Download pdf
Strong take up continues in Q2 2018, taking the half year total to 770,000 sq ft.
As office space and the way we use it continues to evolve, Partner David Laws explores the links between business space, productivity and the war for talent.
Despite our national pessimism, the city is in good shape, says Head of Central London Agency, Richard Clarke
An overview of Central London headline rents, plus rates payable for the next financial year.Download pdf
First quarter take up is more than double compared with Q1 2017, due to three significant deal transactions.
Partner and Head of Property & Asset Management Tim Austin questions whether our ever-increasing connectivity demands are being met.
Overall take up in the Liverpool City Region has increased by 25% on the previous year, while supplies of vacant stock continue to fall.Download pdf
An overview of Central London headline rents, plus rates payable and rent free periods.Download pdf
Partner James Routledge delivers his property predictions for 2018.
Should we be optimistic or pessimistic in the face of Brexit, asks Partner and Head of Investment James Routledge
The introduction of the Model T Ford had a profound impact on civilisation. Could recent developments be set to disrupt our future in the same way?
Partner and Head of National Business Space David Laws ponders our national productivity dilemma.
An overview of Central London headline rents for Q3 2017, plus anticipated office rates.Download pdf
Partner and Head of National Business Space Philip Silby ponders the lack of quality business space in the regions.
An overview of Central London headline rents, plus anticipated office rates.Download pdf
Central London headline rents may have dropped across all sub markets, but the UK continues to be an attractive proposition, says head of Central London Agency Richard Clarke.
Our current digital infrastructure is failing our businesses, says National Business Space Partner, David Laws
An overview of Central London headline rents for Q1 2017, plus rates payable and rent free periods.Download pdf
James Routledge delivers his property predictions for 2017.