Nicky Tatley

Nicky Tatley

Writer

Nicky contributes articles to all titles in the Dynamis stable, primarily BusinessesForSale.com, FranchiseSales.com and PropertySales.com and is a regular contributor to other business publications including Talk Business, Bdaily.co.uk and NuWire Investor.

Nicky's Articles

  • Budget 2016: A hospitality industry wishlist

    As George Osbourne prepares his 2016 Budget, due to be announced on 16th March, the UK hospitality industry is hoping be be high on his agenda. Hotel, pub and restaurant owners have struggled throu...

  • A commercial property fairytale: Ventia

    Nicky Tatley talks to co-founder of Ventia, Steve Baker, about the remarkable success story of this boutique serviced office provider in the heart of London...

  • 2016: Predictions for the Commercial Property Market

    By all accounts 2016 looks set to present more challenges in the commercial property market than the past few years. Whilst 2014 and 2015 enjoyed strong capital value growth, this is now waning and i...

  • UK high street shop closures at lowest rate in five years

    The rate of shop closures on the UK’s highstreets is at its lowest in five years, according to new research by PwC. Retail shops are still pulling down the shutters, but the number of shop closures...

  • The UK’s top themed hotels - what we can learn from them?

    ‘Getting away from it all’ has entered another dimension in the hotel industry – how bringing a themed experience to your guest’s stay is a winning move....

  • London house prices falling at fastest rate since 2008

    House prices in the capital are dropping at a faster pace than any time since the slump caused by the Lehman Brothers collapse seven years ago....

  • 5 bizarre hotels

    Treehotel - Harads, Sweden...

  • What is 'residential investment'?

    In its smallest nutshell, the residential investment sector is the activity of institutions, organisations or individuals investing in housing on a larger scale than just purchasing a single property....

  • The pop-up revolution

    It started back in 2008, when the icy wind of recession first blew down our high-streets and the least robust commercial enterprises turned out the lights and shut up shop....