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Curlow's convictions: Structural impact of COVID-19 on the office sector
Office space is constantly evolving in order to adapt to changes in the behaviour of its users and incorporate their needs.
Curlow's Convictions: COVID-19 update
Uncertainty and volatility continue to reign, but data anecdotes begin to emerge
Curlow’s Convictions: potential COVID-19 impact on real assets
Potential COVID-19 impact on real assets
Video Insight - PRS: resilient income underpinned by demographics and urbanisation
In our new video, we discuss the findings of our recent whitepaper focused on the Private Rented Sector
Private Rented Sector: resilient income underpinned by demographics and urbanisation
Major cities are amongst the most prohibitively expensive places to live in the world and yet continued urbanisation is a trend that is expected to persist for the foreseeable future.
Video Insight: Logistics
In our new video, we discuss the findings of our recent whitepaper 'Logistics: retailers' new front office' and the fundamental shift in the retailer model towards omnichannel platforms.
Logistics: retailers’ new front office
The consumer has taken power in the retail industry which has put retailers on the backfoot and caused a structural rethink of the traditional business model. Omni-channel retail has emerged as the l ...
Applying a 360-degree approach to property allocations
Applying a universal approach to property allocations can offer investors an opportunity to achieve superior risk-adjusted returns throughout the property occupancy cycle.
Retail is not dead and regionally dominant shopping centres offer an attractive value play
The retail market is under pressure as it responds and adapts to the disruptive force of the internet on its traditional business model.