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Q2 2020 Central London office market report
JLL named Offices Adviser of the Year at 2019 EG Property Awards
JLL commits to making net zero carbon mainstream and to operating at net zero carbon by 2030 in the UK
Retailers invest in touchless technology, expecting longer-term shifts in consumer behavior
Drive-thru shopping and drive-in entertainment are coming to the fore to help the retail and leisure sectors sustain income and remain relevant during COVID-19 social distancing
Apparel companies adjust as coronavirus impacts retail
E-learning, traffic patterns and off-campus housing are all part of complex strategies to bring students back
Virtual property tours are offering investors and occupiers a way through restrictions on site visits during the COVID-19 pandemic
Grocers are adapting to meet online and in-store demand as people shelter in place
Plan Melbourne aims to bring back walkable suburbs as city planners in Australia and globally see the value of making places less car dependent.
The UK economy has experienced a deep contraction recently. Although London is expected to weather the storm well, how has the office market performed over the last quarter?
Developing the business case for net zero carbon buildings in central London
How the office market responds to the COVID-19 crisis remains to be seen. We have put today’s market into context based on previous recessions and provide an update on performance throughout Q1.
With a spotlight on the seven largest regional economies in the UK, our City Centre Forecasts report analyses the housing market in the country’s major cities.
While annual performance was mixed across the individual cities, the second half of 2019 saw robust leasing activity.
The Central London office market report finished 2019 strongly and while the general election was a turning point, it still looks set to be a tough year ahead.