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The UK’s commercial property sector remains resilient and performed more strongly than some observers were expecting over the course of last month, according to the latest data.
Commercial property values around the country are still drastically down on their high-water marks of 2007 but have reportedly risen by 7.9 per cent since the beginning of this year.
Figures from real estate advisory giant CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) have shown a 0.3 per cent rise in all property capital values during September of this year and a 0.8 per cent increase in total returns over the same period.
The company’s recent report on the UK’s commercial property sector makes it very clear that investments in and demand for office space in London has been at the heart of any upward trends in the overall market.
“UK office markets are being driven by the out-performance in central London offices,” explained CBRE senior analyst Nick Parker.
“This is where investor interest is most focussed and where there are still signs of downward yield pressure.”
Taking the UK as a whole, office space was found to be performing better in terms of capital growth and overall returns than any other commercial property sub-sector.
Earlier this month, a report by the Cushman & Wakefield company rated London as the best city in the world to do business and Leeds as the place to find the most cost-effective office space deals.
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