The UK maintains its position as a leading light of the business world by creating a range of attractive conditions for both domestic and international enterprises and investors. As a new decade begins, with the UK embarking on a fresh pathway outside of the European Union, an array of new and evolving market conditions and corporate considerations are set to reshape the national economy.
The EG report ‘UK Real Estate in 2020s: a catalyst for recovery’ uses data from its contributory database EG Radius to highlight the opportunities offered by the commercial real estate market within that context, as well as highlighting the various challenges facing the nation.
The report will also discuss how changes to the fundamental nature of retail and office space as an inevitable part of urban transformation will be critical to underpinning how the country moves forward during the next decade.
Answering critical questions such as:
- What role does real estate play in the continued success of the UK in the 2020s and beyond?
- How does the real estate sector work to alleviate the UK’s productivity gap?
- What role will property play in meeting our net zero carbon targets?
- What are the short and long-term effects on real estate’s capacity to create a more productive UK post Covid-19?
- How do all of these elements fit together to make the UK an attractive prospect for investors?
To find out more read our full report to discover how corporate strategies, consumer behaviour, and ever-changing population dynamics are at the heart of a thriving and productive national economy.