Commercial property insight on the menu at CBRE breakfast

June 15, 2012

More than 150 business leaders will get an overview of the region’s commercial property market next Wednesday when CBRE holds its annual update breakfast.

Five speakers from the property agents will each look at a different part of the market, with retail included for the first time to reflect growing interest in this sector.

Andrew Marston, CBRE’s research director for the regions, will provide an economic overview and will examine the impact of the economy on the property market in the South West as well as emerging trends.

Senior director of investment in Bristol, Andrew Sayner, will look at the overall investment market and Philip Morton, senior director and head of the firm’s agency and development team, will provide an overview of the region’s office market and emerging trends.

Richard Moore, director of retail and leisure – Bristol, will assess the impact of the internet on the local market, and James Broome, director of residential in Bristol, will discuss the residential market and the current lack of supply of new city centre units.

Among those attending will be senior executives from businesses, banks, solicitors, accountants, investors, developers, local authorities and regeneration agencies.

CBRE Bristol managing director Garry Hicks said: “The seminar is very popular as it offers the business community in Bristol a valuable snapshot of the current commercial property market as well as the opportunity to put questions to our panel of experts.”

The event, at The Bristol Hotel, Prince Street, Bristol, starts at 8am.

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