In today's challenging economic conditions it is more crucial than ever to have a team of trusted and experienced advisers.
We are working harder than ever for our clients, looking to deliver solutions that bring tangible results to businesses, people and communities. Our advice ranges from planning, development and regeneration consultancy through the construction process to valuation, asset management, marketing and agency transactions. We work closely with major stakeholders in both the public and private sectors, from local authorities and leading developers to investors, financiers, property companies, land owners and occupiers.
Through our partnership with the Core Cities group we produce detailed research on regional growth in Bristol. This is one part of our continued promotion and involvement on our regional cities independence and the devolution debate. Click here for further information.
Our annual market update event, a forecast on what lies ahead for Bristol and its economy in 2017 and an overview of the city’s commercial property market, will be taking place on 31st January in Bristol and 2nd February in London.
We will be launching a report on 'Infrastructure Investment and the Opportunities Being Unlocked', as well as an 'Economic Property Market Review'. We will also be launching the latest update of our Development Map.
- What is the outlook for the economy in the UK and the Bristol region in 2017 and what are the potential impacts of the ongoing Brexit process and Metro Mayor.
- The Bristol commercial property markets, occupational demand, supply, rental growth and yields.
- Key developments within the city, particularly focusing on the North Fringe and key sites being unlocked due to infrastructure initiatives.
Click here for further information or RSVP if you would like to join us at either event.
2017 Revaluation Uncovered
Rating specialists urge businesses to check their rateable values.
We have seen the unveiling of the draft list of rateable values for the Government’s 2017 Rating Revaluation, which takes effect from 1 April 2017. All commercial properties are to have their rateable values re-assessed, based on rental levels at 1 April 2015, and it is these that will be used to calculate liabilities for the next five years.
Click here to find out more.
Offices. Who needs them?
This report examines the make-up of office demand across eleven regional cities, by sector and between city centres and out-of-town. It also looks at the key drivers of demand and how they might impact on the market over the medium term, including inward investment and ‘northshoring’, public sector reorganisation. the emerging knowledge sectors, devolution, infrastructure and working practices.
Click here to view our research.