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Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
Knight Frank's Annual Amsterdam Office Market Report Provides An Overview Of Amsterdam's Vibrant Office Market, Including Both Occupier And Investment Sectors.
Leisure has come of age as a property asset class. Our latest Retail Newsletter explores the fundamentals of a diverse and vibrant sector that now commands £1 of every £5 of our consumer wallet. In a deeply polarised food & beverage market, we also assess where’s hot and where might be overheating.
Knight Frank’s research report on specialist property focuses on the core specialist sectors of hotels, healthcare, student property and automotive property. The report includes an overview, an investor survey and an outlook for the year ahead.
Knight Frank’s Annual Report Examining The Latest on Newcastle’s Office and Industrial Markets, Together With A View On Future Performance.
Knight Frank’s Annual Report Examining The Latest Occupier And Investment Market Trends In Aberdeen’s Office Market, Together With A View On Future Performance.
The Knight Frank Regional Cities Office Market Review analyses the performance of the ten major UK regional cities in 2016 and gives opinion into future trends.
If the capital is to achieve its full potential, London’s property industry must keep pace with an expanding economy and rising population. For London to maintain its pace of growth, we must expand the frontier of what is considered Central London, and do so on an ambitious scale.
Knight Frank’s annual assessment of supply trends and development prospects in the UK Care Home industry. .
Updated quarterly, the Regional Office Market Portal (ROMP) shows the latest key market indicators from each of the 10 markets across Knight Frank’s regional network. The interactive map also provides a bi-annual commentary of trends in each of the regional markets.
Knight Frank's Annual Milan Office Market Report Provides An Overview Of Milan's Vibrant Office Market, Including Both Occupier And Investment Sectors.
‘What does a post-Brexit 2017 hold in store for UK Retail? We predict both a year of reckoning for UK retailers, but also a year of opportunity for UK retail property investors. ’.
Knight Frank's annual Madrid Office Market Report provides an overview of Madrid's vibrant office market, including both occupier and investment sectors.
Knight Frank’s annual report providing insight into current market conditions and future trends within the Welsh Capital’s office market.
‘Knight Frank’s latest Retail Newsletter focusses on rental affordability in retail, exploring the relationship between landlord and tenant, where retailers may get most bang for the buck and locations where there is a severe mismatch between the catchment and the retail centre itself’.
An insight into the Birmingham property market, covering all the latest commercial and residential trends. This report also includes opinion and intelligence from Knight Frank teams working in the Birmingham market, including development hotspots and predictions for the years ahead.
A monthly note examining trends in the global economy, and their impact on the UK commercial property market.
Insight, commentary and the results of the knight frank hotel operator sentiment survey.
An overview of the occupational and Investment office market in Edinburgh.
An overview of the occupational and Investment office market in Glasgow.
Knight Frank’s annual assessment of the latest investment trends in the UK Healthcare property sector, including primary care facilities and care homes.
The report highlights investment opportunities within the Polish market.
Knight Frank's reaction to the result of the EU Referendum.
An analysis of the impact the EU Referendum vote may have on GCC investor activity into London real estate.
Our second Retail Newsletter focuses on the Foodstore Market. The UK grocery market is in the throes of unprecedented structural change. Despite media reports to the contrary, ‘big box’ superstores remain the backbone (and most profitable channel) of the industry.