The year 2020 was like no other; suffering from a global pandemic, political earthquakes and lingering uncertainty from the future trading status with the European Union. This research provides an update on the quantitative supply position of land across Hampshire (including Southampton and Portsmouth) for the period 1 April to 30 September 2020 utilising the monitoring and analysis undertaken by Hampshire County Council’s Land Supply Team.
Frasers Property UK, owner and developer of Chineham Park in Basingstoke has announced a run of recent lettings to major corporations totalling over 16,800 sq ft. of space.
Take up in the city of Southampton was 58,650 sq ft, the strongest Q1 on record and an increase of 100% on the ten-year Q1 average.
A major residential landlord has launched its first build-to-rent scheme in Southampton after identifying the city as one of 12 targets for investment.
Panattoni, the largest developer in Europe, has completed the purchase of a development on the M3 corridor near to Farnborough, south east of London.
The company’s latest 50 foot Oyster 495 will be built at Hythe’s historic flying boat building in Southampton.
Covid-19 has seen the office industry reassess their working habits with Vail Williams reporting a spike in office enquiries for the region post lockdown.
Research published by Hampshire County Council shows a hotel industry across Hampshire that is booming. Read more in the hotel market appraisals and fact files for key locations across the county.
The Research feature of Land and Property Insights offers in depth research and analysis into the Hampshire markets from Hampshire County Council’s extensive planning database.