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Commercial Property News March 2020

Commercial Property News March 2020 Compiled by Hayven Property Tax Commercial property is always a very newsworthy topic. Here is a roundup of the latest news (March 2020) concerning commercial property and investments in the UK, including how COVID-19 Coronavirus will impact property and rents. Capital Economics predicts 10% drop in UK commercial property values It is inevitable that the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic will lead to a “big hit to commercial property values” in the UK, according to Capital Economics, reported by IPE Real Assets. The economic research consultancy has downgraded its forecasts for the UK economy
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COVID-19 STATEMENT

Hayven Property Tax COVID-19 STATEMENT We have been carefully observing the development of the spread, Government advice and information and media surrounding the spread of the Covid-19 virus. To protect our staff, clients and other contacts we would like to issue the following advice; We would like to reassure our clients that it is business as usual at Haybenhursts offices. Our staff currently continue to work as normal. We are preparing for all eventualities and keeping the situation under constant review. We have plans in place to introduce different working arrangements should the need arise. The wellbeing of our staff
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Commercial Property News February 2020

Commercial Property News February 2020 Compiled by Hayven Property Tax Commercial property is always a very newsworthy topic. Here is a roundup of the latest news (February 2020) concerning commercial property and investments in the UK, including the new tax relief on commercial buildings and structure in Ireland. New tax relief for commercial structures and buildings in Ireland It has long been a frustration of businesses that most capital expenditure on commercial premises didn’t benefit from any tax relief because the assets were not ‘machinery’ or ‘plant’ under tax law. Therefore, when the 2018 Budget unexpectedly announced plans to introduce
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Commercial Property News January 2020

Commercial Property News January 2020 Compiled by Hayven Property Tax Commercial property is always a very newsworthy topic. Here is a roundup of the latest news (January 2020) concerning commercial property and investments in the UK, including the forecasts for commercial properties in the new year. Real estate outlook 2020: The year UK real estate rebounds? With a new Conservative government enjoying a majority in parliament and the passing of Brexit withdrawal bill, all eyes are on what will happen to the UK real estate market in 2020, reports “IPE Real Assets” Expectations are for a departure from the EU
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Commercial Property News December 2019

Commercial Property News December 2019 Compiled by Hayven Property Tax Commercial property is always a very newsworthy topic. Here is a roundup of the latest news (December 2019) concerning commercial property and investments in the UK, including which the 2020 vision fro commercial property data. Think carefully about how you get exposure to UK commercial property More than three years on from the vote to leave the European Union (EU), investors remain highly uncertain about the form and timing of the UK’s departure from it. And although the effect of uncertainty on prices could translate into big gains for domestic-facing
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Commercial Property News November 2019

Commercial Property News November 2019 Compiled by Hayven Property Tax Commercial property is always a very newsworthy topic. Here is a roundup of the latest news concerning commercial property and investments in the UK, including which sector is outperforming the rest of the commercial property sector. Commercial Property Rents Rise by 0.4% in Q3 2019 The CBRE have released there quarterly report on commercial property rents. Whilst they report that prime commercial property rents have risen by 0.4% in Q3, the 11th consecutive quarter of increase, it is not all good news. Retail property saw a decrease of 0.8% in
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