March 2012


European Investment: Opportunistic v Core Funds but who will buy in the middle?

European Investment: Opportunistic v Core Funds but who will buy in the middle?

30 March 2012

According to Savills latest European investment bulletin, core funds remain acquisitive for the right product and the weakness of European currencies are attracting opportunistic investors including North Americans, but the firm questions which parties will fill the middle ground?

 
 
Savills sells new office development, Nottingham

Savills sells new office development, Nottingham

29 March 2012

Savills, on behalf of William Davis Properties Ltd, has sold a brand new office development at Chetwynd Business Park, Nottingham to Bassi Fashion Ltd at a net initial yield of 8.89%.

 
 
Endeavour Energy signs up at Brettenham House, London

Endeavour Energy signs up at Brettenham House, London

29 March 2012

Draco, represented by Savills, has let space at Brettenham House, 19 Lancaster Place, London, WC2 to Endeavour Energy (UK) Ltd, advised by The Noble Harris Partnership.

 
 
London sends out early spring shoots to the country market

London sends out early spring shoots to the country market

29 March 2012

The first green shoots of recovery have been seen in some prime residential markets beyond London which recorded their first quarterly price rise in a year, according to the Savills prime regional index.   

 
 
Savills brings to the market something old and something new in Ipswich

Savills brings to the market something old and something new in Ipswich

29 March 2012

Savills, on behalf of Unex Group, has brought to the market two adjacent office buildings – Fraser House and Maple Court – at the junction of Museum Street and Elm Street in the heart of Ipswich’s professional district. 

 
 
National Planning Policy Framework

National Planning Policy Framework

28 March 2012

The final version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) was announced by The Government yesterday, combined with the abolition of PPS7 that prescribed rural development and farm workers housing, gives greater weighting to the rural economy in planning decision making.

 
 
Van Gogh’s former residence sold yesterday at the Savills National Auction

Van Gogh’s former residence sold yesterday at the Savills National Auction

28 March 2012

The house where Vincent van Gogh lived from 1873-1874 was sold at the Savills national auction for £565,000. 

 
 
Potential suspension of the RHI

Potential suspension of the RHI

28 March 2012

The government announced new budget-cautious measures yesterday for yet another energy funding mechanism.

 
 
New report on Private Rented sector

New report on Private Rented sector

27 March 2012

Savills and Rightmove have issued a comprehensive review of the private rented sector in Britain. Rental Britain looks in detail at the state of the sector and examines its outlook, both from the perspective of tenant and landlord. 

 
 
The NPPF: some softening, but still robust

The NPPF: some softening, but still robust

27 March 2012

The Government issued the final version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) today.

 
 

Key Contacts

Liz Williams-Bew

Liz Williams-Bew

Director
Commercial Marketing & Press

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7409 8140

 

Jamie Jago

Jamie Jago

Director
Residential Press Office

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7016 3880