Publications - Northern Ireland

16 January 2018
Against a challenging economic backdrop the Northern Ireland commercial property market has remained robust, with investment volumes surpassing the 2016 figure of £213m to reach £305m as 2017 comes to a close. A notable positive in the context of both national and local political challenges serving to highlight the strong fundamentals that exist locally.
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24 October 2017
Q3 has seen a significant jump in volumes to £199m following the quiet opening months of the year with less than £30m transacted in the run up to the summer. The most significant transaction being Wirefox’s acquisition of Castlecourt in a deal worth c. £123m.
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22 August 2017
Investment transactions in the second quarter in NI very much mirrored the first quarter with transaction volumes of less than £20m, this was unsurprising in the context of the UK election which traditionally has a pausing effect on the investment market, this effect was somewhat amplified in the context of the wider macro political climate.
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21 April 2017

The effects of the lead up to the Brexit referendum and the result that followed saw investors pause and contemplate what impact such an outcome may have on the economy and in turn the investment market. As a consequence, investment levels were constrained, reaching £213m in 2016 compared  to £420m in 2015.

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