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  • lloyds.jpg

    Top contractors and clients in offices

    Opportunities4 June, 2010

     Top contractors for retailYear to dateYear to dateContractor nameNo. of projectsValue (£m)Morgan ...

  • Sainsburys local  retail  RAC

    Office starts

    Premium4 June, 2010

    Construction Forecast Starts

  • Sainsburys local  retail  RAC

    Office starts

    Opportunities4 June, 2010

    Construction Forecast Starts

  • PwC's new offices

    Offices

    Opportunities4 June, 2010

    Whilst the flow of new office projects remains extremely weak, market conditions have moved off the low point reached in the first half of 2009, according to Glenigan.

  • Tesco

    Top contractors and clients in retail

    Opportunities4 June, 2010

     Top contractors for retailYear to dateYear to dateContractor nameNo. of projectsValue (£m)Bowmer ...

  • Tesco

    Top contractors and clients in retail

    Premium4 June, 2010

     Top contractors for retailYear to dateYear to dateContractor nameNo. of projectsValue (£m)Bowmer ...

  • Sainsburys local  retail  RAC

    Retail starts

    Opportunities4 June, 2010

    Construction Forecast Starts

  • Sainsburys local  retail  RAC

    Retail starts

    Premium4 June, 2010

    Construction Forecast Starts

  • Meadowhall_Retail_.jpg

    Retail

    Opportunities4 June, 2010

    A rebound from the current extremely depressed levels is anticipated during 2010, according to Glenigan, as development finance becomes more widely available and the major supermarket trends press on with their capital expenditure programmes.

  • Meadowhall_Retail_.jpg

    Retail

    Premium4 June, 2010

    A rebound from the current extremely depressed levels is anticipated during 2010, according to Glenigan, as development finance becomes more widely available and the major supermarket trends press on with their capital expenditure programmes.

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