Word on the Street – Commercial Property in 2015 (Part 2)

Following on with the same train of thought that we were on last time, we’re carrying on our discussion of 2015 commercial property trends today. So without further ado, and keeping an ear to the ground at all times, here are some more examples of what the next 12 months should hold…

Sustainable Expansion

Previously, we mentioned that a good summary of the overall argument would be that fact that commercial property is going to carry on excelling in 2015. That is, it’s going to keep on growing, but there could well be a change in that expansion. The New Year should see the growth of commercial property slowing down a little, but that’s not a bad thing; it simply means that it’ll be sustainable.


The Affect of the Election…

It’s worth bearing in mind that there’s an election coming up this year, and that could easily have some sort of impact further down the line. One suggested consequence is that extra opportunities in the North of the UK could begin to arise, and that would fit in well with the expectation that the focus will begin to shift away from London a little, and instead rest upon the UK as a whole.


Retail Footfall

There’s been a very strong swing in the direction of retail properties as of late, and the popularity of eating places and convenience stores is probably not going to go away anytime soon. Of course, such premises have the added benefit of increasing footfall in nearby establishments too, so in a lot of ways this trend is a very welcome development.


Other Patterns…?

There will obviously be a number of unforeseen situations in 2015, but there are a few more speculative occurrences on the horizon too. One such prediction heralds a robust level of growth from the industrial sector, and other economic factors like the falling price of oil could well have a knock-on effect to serve as a stimulus for growth as well.


Whatever the forthcoming year holds, you can be sure that our experts will be on hand to guide you through everything you’ll need when it comes to commercial property in London, and indeed throughout the UK, so don’t hesitate to contact us today by calling 0208 863 8680 or send us an email at enquiries@prideviewproperties.co.uk. When you’re looking to make a good investment, you need to be sure that you’re making the right move, and we’re well placed to help your success.

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