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Record levels of purchasing from foreign investors in 2012 saw the central London office market register its strongest annual performance since 2007, according to real estate agency Knight Frank.
The economy shrank by 0.03% during the last quarter of 2012 despite shares in the FTSE 100 edging towards a four and a half year high, according to figures released today by the Office for National Statistics. The figures do not come as a shock, however, as the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) correctly forecasted the results following strong growth in the third quarter of last year.
Commercial property values in the UK have fallen for the 12th consecutive month, according to a report released by Investment Property Databank (IPD). The average value of the UK’s commercial real estate value dropped by 3% from September, which as Phil Tily, managing director at IPD said, was a “rather unfortunate milestone for the UK property sector.”
Cross-party disputes are set to shield commercial real estate markets from knee-jerk policy changes following the US election, according to the executive managing director Cushman & Wakefield New Jersey, Gil Medina.
Prime Minister David Cameron will call on the foreign investors to turn their attention to the UK in the first of 18 business summits to be held during the Olympic fortnight.
The Government has just launched a major new scheme entitled ‘Business in You’ in an attempt to inspire people to grow and develop their own business with help and resources from the government.