London has been the driving force of the UK economy for decades, as a global centre of financial and business services. Now, the rise of digital and creative industries is providing a further boost to economic growth in the capital, leading to job creation, innovation and urban regeneration.
As things stand, the economic gap between London and the rest of the UK is set to widen over the next decade, as it continues to draw in top talent from across the globe. But there are some key pockets of growth elsewhere in…
C&W predicts jump in European investment
Investment into European property will rebound with 6.3% growth in volumes in 2017 despite rising inflation and political volatility, forecasts from Cushman & Wakefield’s 2017… Read more »
2016 global top 100 real estate owners
Only the US, China, Japan and Germany have GDPs larger than the total assets held by Estates Gazette Global’s top 100 real estate owners. This… Read more »
Centres of excellence
The top 100 richest cities in the world account for around one-third of global GDP. To access 25% of available global output, you would need… Read more »