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Reports of The Death of the High Street have been greatly exaggerated. While some high streets are undoubtedly very challenged and the retail occupier market generally continues to rebase rather than rebound, our strongest high streets are more than fighting their corner.
A quarterly report reviewing the UK Shopping Centre Investment Market. The report provides a commentary on current and future trends as well as data examining who has been buying and who has been selling shopping centres, details of key transactions, in addition to yield and availability information
E-Commerce is a game-changer for retail and industrial property markets. Despite the column inches devoted to e-commerce, the concept and wider implications are still misunderstood. Online is not detrimental to store-based retailing, but presents supply chain challenges retailers struggle to meet.
The Knight Frank Retail Monitor provides a quarterly update on key data across all retail sub-sectors and current market sentiment.
This brochure highlights the breadth and depth of our retail expertise and features a selection of our showcase deals from around the world.
Retail brochure highlighting the key disciplines we cover across the sector, as well as a selection of our recent transactions.
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.
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.
‘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 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’.
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.
Our inaugural Retail Newsletter focuses on the Retail Warehousing Market, exploring where we have come from, where we are now and where we are heading to. As we enter a new age of ‘consumer first’ retail warehousing, we appraise the retail park of the future.
The report looks at recent trends and performance within the automotive property sector, with a focus on the car dealership industry.
A Quarterly Report Reviewing The UK Retail Out-Of-Town & Leisure Market. The Report Provides A Commentary On Occupier Trends As Well As Data Examining Details Of Key Transactions.
A focus on commercial research services.