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    Residential - The Future of Demand

    The way we live is changing away from the accepted housing models of the post-war era dating back to the 1950s. Society has also shifted away from the outdated models of suburban living and aspirations to move away from places of employment and endure long commutes.  Read More

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    Brexit Insight Series

    Register for our webinar Brexit and Beyond with Warwick Smith, lead on Instinctif's Global Public Policy practice, and read our views on how the different Brexit scenarios could affect real estate decision making.

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    Is 2019 Coliving's Moment?

    Coliving—where location, convenience, community and affordability are all maximized for the tenant, while revenue is maximized for the owner and operator.

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    In the Opportunity Zone: Location. Timing. Capital.

    It’s rare that a policy program aimed at low-income areas across the country garners extensive attention and capital. But the opportunity zone program does just that...

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    Future High Streets Fund

    Issued on 26 December last year, the Future High Streets Fund prospectus invited expressions of interest for Phase 1 of the first round. 51 Local Authorities have now been shortlisted for Phase 2 in which they are required to work up detailed HM Treasury compliant business cases with developed /detailed designs and costings.

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    Fit Out Cost Guide

    Our guide provides an indication of the fit out construction costs associated with delivering low, medium and high quality specification fit outs within London and the South East. Read More

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    Food Halls 3.0: The Evolution Continues

    Explore the most noteworthy trends in food hall development, including expansion into different types of CRE, the impact of branding, space design, integrating entertainment elements and more in this year's Food Halls 3.0: The Evolution Continues! By Cushman & Wakefield's Garrick Brown, Phil Colicchio & Trip Schneck.

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    The Attraction of Alternative Real Estate - Cushman & Wakefield

    This report highlights growth in the UK alternative property investment market over the past decade. It looks at investment trends in hotels, student living, residential, healthcare, data centres, self-storage and car parks. It reveals that alternative real estate had a record year in 2018.


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    Stocks are rising: the resurgence in UK logistics speculative development

    UK Logistics Speculative Development report assesses how the current volume of construction might impact the UK logistics property market.


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    What's Next in Tech

    Technology views and tools from Cushman & Wakefield.

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    Bright Insight

    Cushman & Wakefield’s Legal Sector Advisory Group has published the results to its proprietary 2019 National Legal Sector Benchmark Survey – Bright Insight. This year concludes six years of intellectual capital gathering. Since the survey’s inception, we have seen many trend shifts and new issues gaining prominence that are directly impacting the legal sector, its business drivers and law firm decision making.


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    Coworking

    EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COWORKING IN ONE PLACE. 

    Coworking has become the catchall term for growth in demand in flexible workspace, however the operator offer is technically more nuanced. Coworking has largely been driven by aggregating entrepreneurs and freelancers. While this remains a key source of demand for operators, the segment is increasingly attracting small businesses and companies. 
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    Are we Really Planning for Healthcare Growth?

    Beyond Brexit, delivering ‘homes for all’ is the Government’s priority 1,2 and 3. This is perhaps understandable, with the paucity of provision estimating a need to delivery between 225,000-275,000 homes per year simply to tackle historic under-supply and address future needs. Read More

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    Life Science: Great Promise & Rapid Growth

    Life Science: Great Promise & Rapid Growth

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    Briefing on the Draft New National Planning Policy Framework

    Cushman & Wakefield briefing on the new draft National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), released for consultation on Monday 5th March.

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    Workplace in the warehouse: will wellbeing issues change building standards?

    Workplace wellbeing or Environmental, Social, and Governance criteria are at the forefront of conversations for real estate occupiers and investors alike. Why? The reality of predicted labour shortages in the logistics, transport, and manufacturing sectors is upon us. Demographics forecast that this problem will only exacerbate over the foreseeable future. Solutions that target wellbeing issues are being incorporated into warehouse design and corporate culture to create employee-friendly warehouses in order to attract new talent and retain an existing trained workforce.

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