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    Alban Liss

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    Tel: 33 1 49 64 49 13

  • President - France

    Alban Liss

    President - France, DTZ Investors...

    Tel: +33 1 4964 4913

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    are the best years behind us?

    Are the best years behind us?

    UK commercial property has had a good run; over the one, three and five years to December 2017 the asset class has delivered 8-11%p.a. total returns for investors, significantly outpacing UK bonds and closely matching the returns from UK equities.

  • Brexit and its impact on the UK Property Market

    The impact of the EU leaving the UK is difficult to ascertain with precision given that there is no historic precedent.

  • Brexit: Impact on UK Property

    The UK public voted to leave the European Union on 23rd June, to the surprise of pollsters and economists.

  • Catering for changes in the Restaurant Sector

    Casual dining remains a favoured pursuit for consumers, who despite keeping a check on outgoings, spent a greater proportion of their incomes on dining out.

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    Charbel Abou Samra

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    Tel: 33 1 40 69 73 46

  • President, DTZ Investors REIM

    Charbel Abou Samra

    President, DTZ Investors REIM...

    Tel: +33 1 4069 7346

  • Chief Executive

    Chris Cooper

    Chief Executive...

    Tel: 44 (0)20 3349 0300

  • Chief Executive

    Chris Cooper

    Chief Executive, DTZ Investors...

    Tel: +44 (0) 20 3349 0300

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    clean growth strategy

    Clean Growth Strategy

    The strategy sets out that clean growth is to be achieved through significant investment into the innovation of energy efficient technologies (£2.5 billion between 2015 – 2021) and importantly from the review, development and reform of UK policy and legislation.

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    CVA's could bring new opportunities to Top UK towns

    CVA's could bring new opportunities to Top UK towns

    The retail market has had its fair share of disrupters. The change in consumer trends, technology and the number of Company Voluntary Agreements and administrations, are continuing to have significant effects on the market.

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    does increased financial market uncertainty strengthen the case for uk property

    Does increased financial market uncertainty strengthen the case for UK property?

    2016 threw many challenges at the investment market, as a succession of economic and unexpected political events became harsh realities.

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    dtz investors delivers continued outperformance in 2017

    DTZ Investors delivers continued outperformance in 2017

    DTZ Investors delivers continued outperformance in 2017...

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    economic and property market outlook q2 2017

    Economic and Property Market Outlook: Q2 2017

    The British economy made a rather uninspiring start to the year. In Q1 2017 the UK economy grew by 0.2%q/q, a similar growth rate was recorded in Q2 of 0.3% q/q, resulting in the UK economy growing at a slower rate than most advanced economies and the EU area as a whole.

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    Economic and Property Market Overview: Q1 2017

    2017 has started to see the effects of Brexit feed its way through to the UK economy.

  • Economic and Property Market Overview: Q2 2016

    The UK public voted to leave the European Union on 23rd June, to the surprise of pollsters and economists. The margin was tight at 4%, although in absolute terms this represented a 1.25 million difference in votes between the leave and remain camp.

  • economic and property market overview q3 2016

    Economic and Property Market Overview: Q3 2016

    Four months have passed since the referendum result, during which time we have seen a number of new developments, including a change in government, a succession of upbeat data on the domestic economy and quick monetary stimulus action by policymakers (an extension of its asset purchasing programme and a 25bps cut in the base rate) which has softened the adverse post-Brexit effects that were assumed by many economists.

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    economic and property market overview q3 2017

    Economic and Property Market Overview: Q3 2017

    The UK economy grew by 0.4% in the third quarter of 2017, following an expansion of 0.3% in Q2. The service sector was the key driver of growth, although other industries such as manufacturing sector also positively contributed to growth during the quarter.

  • economic and property market overview q4 2016

    Economic and Property Market Overview: Q4 2016

    The final quarter of 2016 was marked by a series of political events.

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    economic and property market overview q4 2017

    Economic and Property Market Overview: Q4 2017

    The UK economy grew by a stronger than expected 0.5% in Q4, resulting in an annual GDP growth rate of 1.8%, the slowest rate of growth since 2012 but higher than the 1.5% forecast just two months ago in the Autumn Budget.

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    Economic and Property Market Review: Q1 2018

    The UK economy had a reasonably good start to the year.

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    Economic and Property Overview: Q2 2018

    The UK economy grew by 0.3% over the three months to May, an uplift of 10bps from Q1’s GDP growth. Construction output which shrank by 0.8% last quarter, flat-lined in April, before resurging in May by 2.9% mom, while services output, which accounts for c.80% of the economy, increased by 0.4% over the three months to May.

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    Economic and Property Overview: Q3 2018

    The UK economy had a strong start to Q3 2018, output grew by 0.7% for the three months to August, an uplift of 30bps from Q2. All three sectors of the economy: services, construction and the production sector contributed positively to GDP growth, with the service sector (accounting for c.80% of the UK economy) providing the largest positive contribution to the headline figure.

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    economic and property overview q4 2018

    Economic and Property Overview: Q4 2018

    GDP growth moderated in the final quarter, after a strong summer; output grew by 0.3% for the three months to November, down 30bps on Q3. As expected, the service sector accounted for the largest share of growth adding 0.24 percentage points, the construction sector also contributed to GDP growth, while the production sector knocked 0.12 percentage points off growth owing to weak activity in the manufacturing sector, which suffered the longest period of month-on-month output falls since ...

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    Election Result 2017: What will it mean for UK property

    Just when the Prime Minister was on the cusp of seizing control and proceeding with her version of Brexit the electorate fought back, as the outcome of the surprise snap election, intended to strengthen Theresa May’s Brexit negotiating hand, embarrassingly backfired.

  • Property attractive while risk near record low

    Europe Fair Value: Q2 2014

    The DTZ European Fair Value Index™ rose marginally in Q2 to 76 from the Q1 published figure of 74, meaning that European property has become slightly more attractive to investors.

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    European nursing homes 2014: consolidation in progress

    Globally in Europe, population will increase by more than 2% in the next 20 years. Important disparities will differently impact the national context.  ...

  • global economic outlook 2017

    Global Economic Outlook 2017

    2016 has been an eventful year and one that many people will remember as being filled with considerable change and uncertainty.

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    Global Economic Outlook: More of the same for 2018?

    2017 was a surprisingly calm year for the global economy. Despite the economic and geopolitical concerns voiced at the beginning of the year, fears over Brexit, Chinese debt, rising populism across Europe and Trump’s legislative agenda had negligible effect on world growth.

  • Global Economic Overview: Spring 2016

    The world economy stumbled in 2015, amid weak aggregate demand, falling commodity prices and increasing economic volatility in major countries. The world GDP grew by 3.1% vs. 3.4% in 2014.

  • Good buy or good bye?

    2016 has already started with increased uncertainty over the direction of the global economy which has raised volatility in financial markets.

  • Activity surges outside UK and Germany

    Investment market update: Europe Q2 2014

    European commercial real estate investment in Q2 2014 increased by 4% to EUR36.6bn compared to Q1 and 24% up on Q2 2013. During first half of the year EUR72bn has been invested in European property, which is well above 2005 levels.

  • Europe retail & shopping centre

    Investment market update: Europe retail & shopping centre - H1 2014

    Europe is now emerging from the economic crisis and main economic indicators (GDP, retail sales and consumer spending) are now forecast to return to positive territory over the next five years.

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    LGPS pooling: cost saving whilst maintaining performance

    Amid an ever sharper focus on cost saving in the real estate industry, investors are pushing for increased transparency to better understand the true costs of investing in the sector.

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    LGPS pooling: Could early transition of indirect real estate avoid future liquidity and performance issues?

    The UK Government’s 2018 deadline for the onset of investment pooling is fast approaching for Local Government Pensions Schemes. According to the “Findings of Project Pool”, almost 50% of the real estate exposure of LGPS funds is in indirect investments and the greatest savings from real estate pooling will arise from the migration of assets from indirect to direct ownership.

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    LGPS Pooling: The Ten Billion Pound Indirect Question

    According to the “Findings of Project Pool”, a report which has formed the basis of discussion between the Local Government Pension Schemes (LGPS) and the Government on the best way forward with the asset pooling initiative, the greatest savings from real estate pooling will arise from the migration from indirect to direct ownership.

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    Market Insights: Industrial Sector Outlook 2017

    The industrial sector was largely undisturbed by the referendum result and enjoyed another strong year of performance.

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    Market Insights: Office Outlook 2017

    The referendum result has significantly changed the outlook for the office market, placing the sector on a different and more uncertain path than the one we had forecast twelve months ago.

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    Market Insights: Retail Outlook 2017

    The outlook for the retail sector will be mixed. Economic and political events are expected to weaken consumer confidence and retail spend, while technological advances will continue to change the dynamics of the sector.

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Capital House
85 King William Street
London
EC4N 7BL
United Kingdom
Contact
Richard Cooper Tel. +44 20 3349 0226

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  • Student Accommodation: the Continental European opportunity

    Student Accommodation: the Continental European opportunity

    Asset Manager NewsWed, 10 Apr 2019

    When considering real estate investments through a top-down analysis, purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) emerges as a particularly attractive sector. Stable income, limited supply and increasing demand caused by demographic and societal factors are all distinct advantages. 

  • CVA's could bring new opportunities to Top UK towns

    CVA's could bring new opportunities to Top UK towns

    Asset Manager NewsThu, 28 Mar 2019

    The retail market has had its fair share of disrupters. The change in consumer trends, technology and the number of Company Voluntary Agreements and administrations, are continuing to have significant effects on the market. 

  • economic and property overview q4 2018

    Economic and Property Overview: Q4 2018

    White papersMon, 28 Jan 2019

    GDP growth moderated in the final quarter, after a strong summer; output grew by 0.3% for the three months to November, down 30bps on Q3. As expected, the service sector accounted for the largest share of growth adding 0.24 percentage points, the construction sector also contributed to GDP growth, while the production sector knocked 0.12 percentage points off growth owing to weak activity in the manufacturing sector, which suffered the longest period of month-on-month output falls since ...

  • economic and property overview q3 2018

    Economic and Property Overview: Q3 2018

    White papersThu, 6 Dec 2018

    The UK economy had a strong start to Q3 2018, output grew by 0.7% for the three months to August, an uplift of 30bps from Q2. All three sectors of the economy: services, construction and the production sector contributed positively to GDP growth, with the service sector (accounting for c.80% of the UK economy) providing the largest positive contribution to the headline figure.

  • lgps pooling the ten billion pound indirect question

    LGPS Pooling: The Ten Billion Pound Indirect Question

    White papersThu, 25 Oct 2018

    According to the “Findings of Project Pool”, a report which has formed the basis of discussion between the Local Government Pension Schemes (LGPS) and the Government on the best way forward with the asset pooling initiative, the greatest savings from real estate pooling will arise from the migration from indirect to direct ownership.

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