Property consultancy to unveil its latest market review
LEADING property consultancy Vickery Holman is to unveil its second market review document at a series of seminars across Cornwall and Devon this week.
The firm, which has offices in Plymouth, Truro, and Exeter, will unveil the 58-page document The Market 2012-13 at 6pm on Wednesday at a seminar at the National Marine Aquarium, in Coxside.
In the review the company will outlines its belief that the property market reached the bottom of a cycle in 2012 and that there can be some cautious optimism for the year ahead.
The report focuses on the main commercial sectors of industrial, office and retail with specialist reports on the investment, residential, education, licensed premises, green issues and healthcare sectors.
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Last year, Vickery Holman's first published review highlighted how the city's property sector had been hit by recession, causing particular problems for the retail, hotel and pub sectors.
But it also listed forthcoming developments such as the Millbay marina, housing in North Prospect and around the airport, the Life Centre and incinerator as bright spots and said Plymouth University projects, including the marine building and Hoe Centre students flats showed Plymouth in a strong light.