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UK Commercial Property Data Response

S&P Global/CIPS Construction PMI (Apr.)

The construction PMI for April showed that building activity remained solid, but that the pace of growth has slowed. An easing in new orders growth also hints at a further slowdown ahead, as the sector faces supply constraints, intensifying cost push pressures and higher costs of borrowing. UK Housing Drop-In (10th May 10:00 BST/17:00 SGT): Economists from our property team are hosting a 20-minute briefing to explain why we think UK house prices are heading for a fall – and how bad the fallout will be. Register now.

6 May 2022

UK Commercial Property Data Response

RICS Construction Market Survey (Q1)

The latest RICS Construction Survey indicated that activity in Q1 remained solid, while sentiment about for the next 12 months remained optimistic. But it also showed that labour and supply shortages are still hampering activity, while rising interest rates will further weigh on activity in the near term. UK Drop-In (5th May 10:30 EDT/15:30 BST): Our UK Economics team are holding a special 20-minute briefing to discuss the latest MPC decision and what it means for their outlook for UK growth, inflation and BoE policy. Register now

5 May 2022

UK Commercial Property Data Response

Lending to commercial property (Mar.)

Net lending to property eased for a third consecutive month in March, but continued to show growth. We expect increasing economic headwinds and structural changes within some sectors to weigh on commercial property lending over the near term. UK Drop-In (5th May 10:30 EDT/15:30 BST): Our UK Economics team are holding a special 20-minute briefing to discuss the latest MPC decision and what it means for their outlook for UK growth, inflation and BoE policy. Register now

4 May 2022
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UK Commercial Property Data Response

RICS Commercial Property Market Survey (Q1)

The latest RICS survey showed that office and retail occupier activity improved significantly in Q1 and that respondents were more positive about the prospects for property over the next 12 months. But the economic environment has deteriorated since then, dampening prospects for the sector.

UK Commercial Property Data Response

Credit Conditions Survey (Q1 2022)

Banks expect mortgage availability to fall back in Q2 as lenders push up borrowing rates to reflect increases in Bank Rate, but other lending criteria are expected to be stable or loosen.

UK Commercial Property Data Response

S&P Global/CIPS Construction PMI (Mar.)

The continued strength of the construction PMI in March suggests that activity in the sector increased despite ongoing headwinds from supply constraints and cost inflation. The rise in new orders suggests that will continue in the near term but concerns about the outlook further ahead are mounting.

UK Commercial Property Data Response

Lending to commercial property (Feb.)

Net lending to property eased further in February, though it remained in positive territory. We expect lending trends to remain fairly subdued as both economic and sector specific challenges loom over the coming months.

UK Commercial Property Data Response

IHS Markit/CIPS Construction PMI (Feb.)

The construction PMI rose to its highest level in eleven months in February. Although encouraging, supply constraints remain a major impediment and input costs high, which we think will limit growth in the sector over the coming months. Drop-In (8 March, 10:00 EST/15:00 GMT): We’re discussing Russian energy imports and Europe’s energy needs in this special 20-minute briefing on one of the big sticking points in the western response to the war in Ukraine. Register here.

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