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Commercial Property London

Despite some concern surrounding potential relocation of companies based in the UK, demand from overseas buyers was up notably across all areas of the market in Q4 2016. Demand increased for a second straight quarter with the growth in enquiries gaining momentum, as 21% more respondents saw a rise in demand in Q4 up from 9% more in Q3. Foreign investment also saw a rebound, with the weaker exchange rate

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Balfour Beatty, the international infrastructure group, has today published its paper, Where now for Combined Authorities: The impact of the vote to leave the EU, which outlines its firm belief that key decisions about strategic planning, transport, housing and economic development should be taken at a local level to maximise the economic benefit for city regions, such as the West Midlands and Greater Manchester.   In the paper the company

Brrexit CIPD

CIPD/Adecco Group Labour Market Outlook report highlights challenges facing organisations and finds that employers don’t want and aren’t ready for a hard Brexit New research shows that, while employment growth looks set to continue in the UK, there are signs that this growth is beginning to slow and that real wages are likely to fall during 2017 for many employees. Concerns are also emerging over the implications of Brexit for