News & Insight: Other
Blog by Nicky Tatley
Empty Commercial Property? Open a Pop Up Shop
Nicky Tatley looks into the growing trend for pop-up shops on our high streets, and what it could mean to the commercial property industry.
Blog by David Pottingham
Negotiation Tactics: How to Get the Price Down
Whether taking out a commercial let for the first time or trying to negotiate a new deal with a landlord, getting the best price will always be key for businesses.
Guides by Jo Thornley
Calculating the Value of Commercial Property
Calculating the value of commercial property can often be a complicated and laborious process.
How to buy property at an auction
To an outsider, they may seem like a place where gavels are slammed and it's all a case of nods and winks, but interested individuals should try and actually sit in on one to know exactly how one works.
Blog by Nicky Tatley
How to write the perfect property listing
Tips and tricks for making your property for sale as appealing as possible to prospective buyers.
Blog by Rose Hill
Commercial properties that love Christmas
Christmas is nearly here - and none love it more than these commercial properties
Brighton Pier sold to Eclectic Bar Group for £18m
Luke Johnson, former Pizza Express boss buys famous Grade II listed landmark.
New skyscraper set to rival The Shard
It feels like the Cheesegrater has only just been completed but Singaporean developers Aroland Holdings are filling the gap with their latest ambitious project. Submitting plans for 1 Undershaft, thei...
Blog by Melanie Luff
RIBA Stirling Prize 2015 round-up
The antithesis to the Carbuncle Cup and the architectural equivalent to the Booker Prize, the prestigious Stirling Prize showcases the best of British Architecture. This year, however, it has caused c...
Architects crowdfund the construction of Tolkien’s Minas Tirith in England
A group of architects and ‘an ambitious team of Tolkien fans’ have launched a crowdfunding campaign via Indiegogo in the hope of raising £1.85 billion in 60 days to replicate the fictional city in the...
Blog by PropertySales.com
How to deal with a problem landlord
Most people in both commercial or residential lets will have a tendency to trust their landlord and generally expect them to look after their best interests.However, as with any business transaction, ...
The rise of the regional market and the commercial sector outside London
Post-financial meltdown, London has been the only city in the UK which has seemed (somewhat) impervious to the property downturn that had taken place across the rest of the country.Both commercial and...
How will commercial property fare in 2014? Predictions for the future
The past 12 months have been reasonably positive for the commercial property sector, with demand rising at last, and returns for investors starting to improve.Prices in October were reported to be on ...
MEPC signs 999-year lease on Silverstone estate
Property developer MEPC has taken on a 999-year lease with the Silverstone Industrial Estate and the development land which is around the outside of the Formula One circuit.The track's owners, the Bri...
Government pledges £60m to support energy efficient buildings
The government is investing £60 million through the Technology Strategy Board to help support the construction industry's energy efficiency plans.It is expected that an additional £60 million of priva...