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Supply of UK care home beds fails to keep up with demand, says Knight Frank

Supply of UK care home beds fails to keep up with demand, says Knight Frank

The UK healthcare sector has seen stifled supply growth in care home beds in the past year despite ever-increasing demand, with data from leading global property adviser Knight Frank revealing that UK care home supply has grown by only 6 per cent in the last decade, while the UK’s over 65 population has increased by 22 per cent over the same period.

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European alternatives on track for record fundraising year, says Preqin

European alternatives on track for record fundraising year, says Preqin

Europe-based alternative asset fund managers now hold EUR2.06 trillion in assets under management (AUM) as of December 2020, up from EUR1.81 trillion a year ago – an increase of over 13 per cent – and are on track to make 2021 a record year for fundraising, according to Preqin's 2021 Alternative Assets in Europe Report, which has been produced with leading European asset manager Amundi for the fourth year in a row. 

PERFORMANCE

Returns soar for European non-listed real estate in Q2

Returns soar for European non-listed real estate in Q2

Results from the latest pan-European INREV Quarterly Asset Level Index reveal the strong performance of European non-listed real estate. Total returns hit 3.01 per cent in Q2 2021, driven largely by capital growth of 2.10 per cent (up from 0.42 per cent the previous quarter) and marking the fourth consecutive quarter of positive performance, and the best quarterly result in three and a half years. 

RESEARCH

Houses in London’s St John’s Wood see 41 per cent sales increase as pandemic propels house price growth to record levels

Houses in London’s St John’s Wood see 41 per cent sales increase as pandemic propels house price growth to record levels

The latest market research report from leading London based prime estate agency Beauchamp Estates reveals that London’s St John’s Wood has unexpectedly benefitted from the pandemic pandemonium that has hit many of the world’s prime property markets. House sales in the leafy prime central London market have increased by 41 per cent in volume and by 12 per cent in price (year on year).