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UK Monthly Commentary - August 2017 

UK Monthly Commentary - August 2017

The FTSE 100 index at 7,372 down from 7,377 at the beginning of July. This compares to 6,724 this time last year. Weekly earnings for employees in Great Britain in nominal terms increased by 1.8% including bonuses and by 2.0% excluding bonuses, compared with a year earlier.

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UK Monthly Commentary June 2017 

UK Monthly Commentary - June 2017

The FTSE 100 index at 7,520 up from 7,204 at the beginning of May. This compares to 6,231 this time last year. This compares to 6,242 this time last year. Earnings for employees in Great Britain in nominal terms increased by 2.4% including bonuses and by 2.1% excluding bonuses, compared with a year earlier.

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UK Monthly Commentary May 2017 

UK Monthly Commentary - May 2017

The May edition of the Monthly Commentary shows the FTSE 100 index at 7,522, up from 7,323 at the beginning of April. This compares to 6,242 this time last year. Earnings for employees in Great Britain in nominal terms increased by 2.3% including bonuses and by 2.2% excluding bonuses, compared with a year earlier.

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UK Property Index Q1 2017 

UK Property Index Q1 2017

Total returns accelerated in Q1 2017, rising 2.1%, bringing annual total returns at 4.9%. Find out more by reading our executive summary and the new Property Index report for the first quarter of the year.

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Prime Central London - April 2017 

Prime Central London - April 2017

Both sales and lettings markets in Prime Central London have had positive starts to 2017. However, not all the news has been good.

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UK Monthly Commentary – April 2017 

UK Monthly Commentary - April 2017

The April edition of the Monthly Commentary shows the FTSE 100 index at 7,323, down from 7,383 at the beginning of March. This compares to 6,175 this time last year. Earnings for employees in Great Britain in nominal terms increased by 2.2% including bonuses and by 2.3% excluding bonuses, compared with a year earlier.

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London Residential Heatmaps 2017

House price growth has varied hugely across London during 2016. Some areas have seen prices rise by more than 20% while other markets have witnessed price falls.

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The UK Industrial Market Tracker – Spring 2017

The UK Industrial Market Tracker Report looks back at market conditions over 2016 including a dedicated demand and supply survey of JLL’s Industrial team across the country.

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Brexit talking points update – March 2017

The UK is heading for a "harder" Brexit after Parliament votes to trigger Article 50 Economic news has been upbeat since the vote, but this is no guarantee against future impacts.

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UK Monthly Commentary – March 2017 

UK Monthly Commentary - March 2017

The March edition of the Monthly Commentary shows the FTSE 100 Index at 7,399, up from 7,108 at the beginning of February. This compares to 6,097 this time last year. Weekly earnings for employees in the Kingdom in nominal terms, increased by 2.6%, both including and excluding bonuses, compared with a year earlier.

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UK Monthly Commentary – February 2017 

UK Monthly Commentary - February 2017

The February edition of the UK commentary shows the FTSE 100 index at 7,099 down from 7,143 at the beginning of January. This compares to 6,084 this time last year. Weekly earnings for employees in Great Britain in nominal terms increased by 2.8% including bonuses and by 2.7% excluding bonuses compared with a year earlier.

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UK Monthly Commentary – February 2017 

The UK Big Box Industrial and Logistics

The full report includes a comprehensive round-up of market demand and supply, based on our tracking of Grade A quality distribution units of 100,000 sq ft and over. The report also comments on investment activity and yields.

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UK Property Index Q4 2016 

UK Property Index Q4 2016

The Q4 Property index rebounded following the slowdown post EU referendum. Indeed, total returns increased by 1.9% over the quarter, following a 0.9% slump in Q3. This was driven by a rebound in capital value growth, which increased by 0.5% in Q4.

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The Central London office market report Q4 2016 

The Central London office market report Q4 2016

The 2016 Q4 Central London office market report explains how the market rebounded in the final quarter. Robust take-up brought leasing activity back in line with the 10 year average for the full year, after lagging behind in Q2 and Q3. In the investment market, final quarter turnover reflected a near doubling of the Q3 total.

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JLL’s 2017 Property Predictions 

JLL’s 2017 Property Predictions

JLL has released its annual predictions for the year ahead. Find out what we think will be main themes in the property market and the wider business world in 2017.

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UK Monthly Commentary -January 2017

The January edition of the UK commentary shows the FTSE 100 index at 7,143 up from 6,753 at the beginning of December. This compares to 6, 242 this time last year. Weekly Earnings for employees in Great Britain in nominal terms increased by 2.5% including bonuses and by 2.6% excluding bonuses, compared with a year earlier.

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JLL UK Property Index - Q3 2016

The Q3 Property Index show returns over this quarter were -0.9%, bringing the total return over the past 12 months to 5.3%, this was due to a declining yield impact combined with a steep fall in rental growth. London underperformed relative to the rest of the country. Secondary assets outperformed prime assets.

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Central London Office Market Report Q3 2016

The Q3 edition of the Central London office market report identifies mixed economic signals but highlights how take-up has been resilient post-referendum. Although Q3 has experienced subdued investment activity, the report forecasts that activity is expected to pick up in Q4 with underlying demand remaining strong.

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Making sense of Brexit - 1st August update

  • Early evidence on the immediate economic effects of the Brexit vote suggest a stark divide between the impact on UK sentiment and much milder spill-overs to the rest of Europe

  • A similar pattern is emerging from occupiers, with a "business as usual" tone in activity across mainland Europe set against caution in UK transactions (albeit that most are still proceeding)

  • There is little evidence yet that Brexit is re-shaping corporate location decisions - this will require greater clarity on the UK settlement as well as consideration of a range of other factors

  • Direct commercial property investment has slowed since 2015, though in Q2 this was largely due to a pre-vote slowdown in UK activity, as the rest of Europe saw an increase

  • Market evidence suggests a swift, but relatively-shallow re-pricing of UK commercial real estate in response to the vote, with continued resilience in continental Europe

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EU Referendum: Making sense of Brexit - 12th July update

The political and economic context in the UK is still changing rapidly following last month’s referendum, but there are now signs that the market is beginning to calm as stability begins to re-emerge. The latest in our series of regular Brexit updates re-evaluates the implications for the UK property market and its component sectors.

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The UK Big Box Industrial and Logistics Market

This report provides a comprehensive round-up of occupier market demand and supply based on our tracking of Grade A quality distribution units of 100,000 sq ft and over. It also comments on investment activity and yields. In H1 2016, Industrial occupier demand was up 18% on the second half of 2015 with retailers being the most active source of take-up. Grade A available supply fell in the first six months of the year, 7% down on the end of 2015.

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