Congratulations are due to Ryan Hannibal-Law who joined Barnsley Bate as a graduate surveyor in 2017, has recently been elected to membership of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. All at Barnsley Bate wish Ryan the very best in his future career.
Following a major £1bn redevelopment, Birmingham’s New Street Station has been crowned UK Project of the Year at the 2016 RICS Awards Grand Final.
The Birmingham Gateway & Grand Central project – delivered by a team including Mace, Network Rail, Birmingham City Council and Turner & Townsend – was described by RICS judging panel as the most significant investment in regenerating Birmingham in a generation.
More information on this page can be found on the Official RICS website here.
The first section of Birmingham New Street station opened in April 2013, the new station has A new concourse three and a half times larger than the 1960s concourse, Refurbished platforms reached by new escalators and lifts, and a Refurbished Pallasades shopping centre and John Lewis store.
“However, new RICS figures show that 86% of landlords have no plans to increase their rental portfolio this year – with that trend set to remain for the next five years. Additionally, a net balance of 58 per cent of RICS estate agents have reported a drop in buy-to-let sales since May.”
Some media outlets noted that the UK market showed some signs of stability since Brexit, quoting RICS Chief Economist Simon Rubinsohn as saying that the real estate market seeks balance between a mixed economy and actions of the Bank of England, which has already started decreasing the cost of home loans.
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