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Container rental firm launched to offer a more flexible solution to sourcing high quality products

A new business has been launched to provide all organisations, from private sector contractors to local authorities, the opportunity to rent high quality waste containers instead of buying them. Tamco, which stands for Taylor Asset Management Company, aims to lessen ...

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Business booming for UK office space

The UK office market has had a strong start to 2013, with leasing volumes well above long term averages, according to new research. Early analysis of data for the first half of the year indicates that a total of just ...

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Property and procurement efficiencies central to Whitehall’s £10bn savings

By selling empty buildings and exiting expensive rentals in sought-after locations, Whitehall’s management of its property portfolio has contributed £1.1 billion of savings as part of wider £10 billion savings in 2012-2013. New figures published yesterday show the Government has ...

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Retail continues to struggle as office and industrial occupancy shows signs of recovery

The number of empty shops on Britain’s high streets climbed again during the early part of the year with fewer and fewer businesses looking to open new premises, says the latest RICS UK Commercial Market Survey. During the first three ...

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Mayor details prospective new property rental standard

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has set out a number of proposals to empower tenants and landlords in London’s growing private rented sector. With almost one in four Londoners living in private rented accommodation and the proportion of households ...

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Savvy homeowners turn homes into hotels to offset rising cost of living

Inflation levels jumped to a fifth-month high of 2.7% in October (significantly above the 2% inflation target) as the rising cost of living continues to hit UK families. The Office of National Statistics also reported a sharp rise in the ...

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Report shows mixed fortunes for London commercial property market

Figures released by Capita Symonds' Real Estate division show mixed fortunes for the central London markets. Investment turnover was up 21% against the first quarter and development starts saw a marked increase in the first half contrasted against overall occupier take-up which was down 21% on the previous quarter.

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Location remains the dominant driver on European office real estate decisions

Location will remain the most important factor when investors and occupiers make decisions about office space, according to Jones Lang LaSalle Offices 2020 research, but quality is gaining ground.

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Grade A office space availability diminishes

Tenant demand for office space from professional and financial services occupiers is showing signs of growth across UK regional cities, according to CBRE, the international commercial real estate services firm. Despite the UK's return to recession in the first half of the year, CBRE's Regional Offices Marketview reveals that this improvement is due to a diminishing supply of available prime space, as well as a significant number of occupiers facing lease expiration in 2014/2015, and who are now beginning to consider alternative office accommodation as a result.

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