Spring statement 2022 commentsOn Wednesday 23 March 2022, the Chancellor gave the Spring Statement to Parliament. Here, our residential and commercial teams highlight key points, and the potential impact on the UK property market.
Connecting the UKWe partnered with YouGov to survey MPs and councillors about the Government's gigabit rollout plans and the challenges involved in meeting the national targets. In addition, we surveyed businesses and consumers to gain insight into the level of understanding around gigabit capable technology and awareness of the benefits that gigabit connections can bring.
Why landlords need to think of EV charging as the technology of todayThe electric vehicle market in the UK is gaining momentum and the popularity of electric vehicles is steadily growing.
Electric vehicle charging: it’s all about location, location, locationThe UK is currently the second largest market in Europe for the purchase of electric vehicles (Source: The Guardian) with more than 500,000 new electric vehicles (EVs) registered in the five months up to the end of May of this year (Source Nextgreencar.com).
Why local authorities and landlords must act fast to facilitate the growth in electric vehiclesBy 2030 it is estimated that nearly 5 million electric vehicles will be on the road throughout Britain, however, with consumers questioning whether their priorities for EV will be met, will this statistic become reality?
Digital infrastructure is key to unlocking performanceIn a wide-ranging discussion at today’s London Real Estate Forum, a distinguished panel of experts explored how London’s digital infrastructure is being improved so that it can effectively compete on the global stage.
The commercial connectivity impact reportThe majority (65%) of the UK’s commercial landlords have undertaken work to improve the digital connectivity of their buildings, with almost three quarters (72%) of tenants saying that poorly connected offices will become obsolete spaces.
The London connectivity report – part one: residential tenants 2018Cluttons has published the first part of The London Connectivity Report, focusing on residential tenants, carried out in partnership with YouGov.