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By James Watson – 30th August 2018 Opus North, a leading Yorkshire property developer backed by Palmer Capital has successfully sold a Morrisons supermarket at Hillsborough Barracks in Sheffield to a supermarket Income REIT for £51.7m reflecting a net initial yield of 4.59%. The site has been sold on behalf on the Palmer Capital…(Read More)

Wickes South Ealing

By James Watson – 30th August 2018 Colliers International’s Retail Capital Markets team achieves premium pricing for long let DIY store. Colliers International’s Retail Capital Markets team has sold a 30,918 sq ft freehold purpose built retail warehouse unit, on South Ealing Road, Ealing, London, on behalf of LaSalle Investment Management, to clients…(Read More)

By James Watson – 04th July 2018   In Retail Capital Markets when we play ‘join the dots’, we’re looking at deals, values and volumes. So we’re going to take a look at the top transactions by price across the shopping centre, supermarket, high street and out of town markets since we reported last…(Read More)

By James Watson – 14th June 2018 Colliers Retail Capital Markets team completes the Arch-to-Arc 24-hour cycle challenge. A collaborative effort between clients and colleagues at Colliers International to reach Paris in under 24 hours. An intrepid team of 13, comprising directors from global real estate advisor, Colliers International and some brave clients…(Read More)

By James Watson – 3rd May 2018 So it’s finally out in the open. House of Fraser has announced a CVA and Debenhams appear to be not far behind them in a process that could prove to be a pivotal moment for High Streets and shopping centres across the country. Department stores are essentially re…(Read More)

A relatively anonymous Tesco store outside of Cambridge could be in the process of reshaping the way in which we shop for food in the UK. With no fanfare, Tesco has carved out around 10,000 sq ft of its Bar Hill store about two miles from the centre of Cambridge for a trial of…(Read More)

January is a time for lifestyle resolutions which often include the rather vague goal of ‘getting fit’. Our office is filled with the aroma of herbal tea and the clutter of gym kit after a December spent building up a ‘winter coat’. Sadly, in the retail sector, it is also traditionally the month when weaker…(Read More)