Almost EUR800 million was invested in the Irish property market in Q3 2021 – 25 per cent higher than a typical Q3 over the long-term average.
Surveys & research
Dublin office activity has responded strongly in Q3 after a cautious first half of the year, according to new data from property advisor, Savills Ireland.
Remit Consulting’s research reveals a national average of 18.3 per cent of staff at their desks last week
The volume of office workers returning to their desks across the UK increased by 1.7 percentage points, to 18.3 per cent, last week, boosted by a sharp increase in London’s West End, which saw an average of 33.4 per cent of staff back in the office, according to the latest research from Remit Consulting.
Global forest restoration could generate approximately USD1 trillion in new revenues for landowners over the coming decades, according to The Value of Restoration, a new report by Frontier Economics and Terraformation, a global reforestation company partnering with communities worldwide to solve climate change by rapidly restoring native ecosystems.
Demand for purpose-built, professionally managed residential accommodation is set to further intensify as cities around the world begin to bounce back from lockdowns and global net migration returns to pre-pandemic levels, according to research from Savills.
Cross-border real estate investment will reach record levels in 2022, according to new research from Knight Frank.
The latest research from AEW, a global real estate investment manager, shows lenders’ continued ‘risk off’ attitude since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic with no loans recorded at LTVs above 80 per cent post 2019.
With an average of 16.6 per cent occupancy, there was no significant increase in the number of office workers returning to their desks last week, according to the latest nationwide research from Remit Consulting.
Hybrid working strategies will trigger new investments across space and workplace software, says Verdantix survey
Independent research firm Verdantix has released its annual global survey of 285 senior corporate real estate & facilities management executives in the position to influence corporate real estate and facilities management decisions at their respective firms. The survey respondents – Heads of Real Estate, Directors of Facilities Management, Vice Presidents of Real Estate and Senior Managers of Facilities Management – reveal that firms are planning new technology investments across employee workplace experience, asset management and cloud-based security solutions.
DC Byte, a data centre research and analytics platform, has shared the latest statistics and insights from its most recent ‘Data Centre Report’, published in partnership with Knight Frank, the leading global property adviser.