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Paper eres2005_133:
A Geography of the UK Commercial Real Estate Market? Some Findings

id eres2005_133
authors Byrne, Peter
year 2005
title A Geography of the UK Commercial Real Estate Market? Some Findings
source Book of Abstracts: 2005 European Real Estate Society conference in association with the International Real Estate Society
summary This paper revisits some ideas that were first raised seriously in the mid-90s; that it should be possible to establish linkages (in spatial terms) between local economic factors and sector performance in commercial real estate markets. There have been a number of developments in the quality and quantity of relevant data over the intervening period that make it appropriate to return to have another look at some of these ideas in a more ‘modern' technological context. Using data from a variety of sources this exploratory paper seeks therefore to look at some of the spatial patterns that can be derived from the in the data. It examines the extent to which it is possible to make linkages and visualise the geographical structure of those markets and their change over time. Naturally there remain strong limitations on the extent to which it is possible to achieve ‘good' results in this kind of analysis, and one major intention of the paper is to encourage a debate about how data sets can be developed and improved to allow these methods to be taken further.
series ERES:conference
type normal paper
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session Session E4
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