Monthly Archives: October 2014

Imminent shortage of industrial property – October 2014

Suffolk is in urgent need of more industrial and warehouse accommodation. Lack of stock is in danger of blighting future growth. And we all know that the major banks are still reluctant to lend on speculative developments, as they still … Continue reading

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Century House & Sun Building, Princes St, Ipswich – September 2014

One of the most significant and interesting recent office moves in Ipswich was the letting of Century House and acquisition of Sun Building, adjacent properties in Princes Street, by a firm of solicitors. It follows a local trend for businesses … Continue reading

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Penn Commercial warns of imminent shortage of industrial property – September 2014

Suffolk is in urgent need of more industrial and warehouse accommodation, says Vanessa Penn of Penn Commercial. The local commercial property agent says lack of stock is in danger of blighting future growth. The major banks are still reluctant to … Continue reading

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The first steps towards recovery – August 2014

Many pundits are now saying that 2013 was the turning point. Six years after we crashed – and after half a decade of very little movement – we’re back on our feet. But not actually running, just walking… and somewhat … Continue reading

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Changing the course of Three Rivers – August 2014

The worst thing landlords can do is ignore unhappy tenants. Take them for granted and it’s, all too often, the start of a downward spiral. They get talking at the water cooler and next thing there’s quibbles over rent. That’s … Continue reading

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