Do better roads mean bigger rents?
6 December 2017
How much do infrastructure improvements influence higher property values? It’s a question that London’s South Bank should help to answer during the next few years; Jules Hind, a Farebrother Leasing & Development Partner looks at the connection.
Some good news, some ‘old’ news and a little common sense
5 December 2017
The Chancellor announced a ‘package’ of business rate measures as follows:
London EC1 investment sells at 4.1%
28 November 2017
A freehold office investment at 31-32 Ely Place, London EC1 has sold for £6.4m at a yield of 4.1%.
When the beer tap runs dry…
27 October 2017
In the face of the explosion of flexible office supply across London, ‘traditional’ landlords are now considering what their long-term response should be to the phenomenon. Jules Hind, a Farebrother Leasing and Development Partner, comments...
Farebrother appoints new Associate Partners
24 October 2017
Tim Cooney, Alex Krivinskas and Jack Williamson have been made Associate Partners at leading London Midtown commercial property consultancy, Farebrother CORFAC International.
Brexit and Beyond
5 September 2017
It is now more than a year since the referendum and two months since the general election. Has political change dented the London market? Alastair Hilton, a Farebrother Partner and Head of Investment, looks behind the headlines.
Hong Kong investor makes London debut in Midtown
18 August 2017
Hong Kong investor, Get Nice Holdings, has made its first investment into the London market with the purchase of Meadow Partners' freehold interest in 9-13 St Andrew Street EC4.
Aberdeen/Endurance fill up on Chancery Lane
2 August 2017
Aberdeen Asset Management and Endurance Land have completed the first lettings at The Cursitor Building on London’s Chancery Lane.
Occupiers sign up to 130,000 sq ft+ at MidCity Place
1 August 2017
Two occupiers have agreed deals to take more than 130,000 sq ft of office space at Oxford Properties' and Temasek's MidCity Place in London's Midtown.
School’s in for London Developers
1 August 2017
Students are not universally viewed as the best of neighbours, but London property investors and developers increasingly see them as hugely effective in bringing life to the early stages of long-term major projects. Jules Hind, a Farebrother Leasing and Development Partner, comments.