Rental Survey 2014

22 October 2014Rental Survey Topics: Agency, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Finance, Investments, Leeds, Leisure & Nightclubs, London, Manchester, Pubs & Bars, Rental, Restaurants, Sudbury
Rental Survey 2014

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Over the past eighteen months we have started to see a slow recovery from the recessionary pressures that dominated the British and World economies from 2008 onwards. During this period London has seen the greatest increase in market activity in all property sectors, not just the leisure sector. This growth has started to filter out to the rest of the country.

Investment is starting to increase as a result. There are new developments being undertaken, in addition many of the operating companies are starting to re-invest within their estates. Whilst there is still a degree of caution, the general consensus appears to be one of cautious optimism.

In this issue:

  • Issues to Consider
  • Tied Pubs
  • Free of Tie Pubs
  • Nightclubs
  • Restaurants
  • London
  • Regionally
  • Conclusion

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David Sutcliffe

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