Development & Planning

In the rapidly changing UK development market, Savills Research development reports provide clear and detailed analysis.

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University challenge

From Spotlight: UK Student Housing – 2017

10 May 2017

The UK student housing market performed well in 2016 despite a difficult set of circumstances

 
 
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View from valuations

From Spotlight: UK Student Housing – 2017

10 May 2017

Investors pay portfolio premiums to secure scale at speed

 
 
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Global investment flows

From Spotlight: UK Student Housing – 2017

10 May 2017

The Far East leads the way in UK student investment

 
 
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In a league of their own

From Spotlight: UK Student Housing – 2017

10 May 2017

In a highly competitive market, developers will have to be careful when selecting sites

 
 
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Quality over quantity

From Spotlight: UK Student Housing – 2017

10 May 2017

Students are moving up the university rankings for extra cash

 
 
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Values begin to converge

From Spotlight: UK Student Housing – 2017

10 May 2017

Can student operators deliver and operate Build to Rent?

 
 
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Outlook

From Spotlight: UK Student Housing – 2017

10 May 2017

Yields in prime locations will sharpen in 2017

 
 
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UK residential development land

From Market in Minutes: UK Residential Development Land – May 2017

04 May 2017

Regional cities are seeing increasing land values as demand for sites grows, while land in central London is in lower demand

 
 
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Setting new records on the global stage

From Spotlight: Monaco 2017

27 April 2017

Residential property in Monaco is now the world's most expensive. Large properties are in high demand and trade at a price premium, with the average resale price in 2016 up 180% in a decade

 
 
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Looking out for future office growth

From Spotlight: London Development April 2017

05 April 2017

Can London’s outer boroughs provide the quality, cost-effective workspaces to meet London’s dynamic growth?

 
 
 

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