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Posted by:
Jon Patrick
Head of Leisure & Development
Leisure | 18/06/2019 14:54:09

Activity and opportunity in the mini and adventure golf market

The leisure market covers a wide remit of business types and concepts, ranging from conventional sites such as spas, gyms and holiday parks, to of-the-moment original models driven by consumer demand trends.

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Pubs 28 June 2016

Why pub operators need to adapt or die

The future’s looking several shades of grey for the pub market. While the direct consequences of MRO and Brexit are yet to be seen, uncertainty is plaguing the sector. However, we expect this to dissipate over the coming months which will bring the market back to normal in the...

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By:
Simon Chaplin
Senior Director - Corporate Pubs and Restaurants
Childcare & Education 22 June 2016

Don't take a risk on regulation

Given that nursery settings care for our most precious assets, it is essential that all day-care facilities are suitable for their purpose and serve the interests of, and provide the best outcome for each and every child.   On a daily basis, and especially when taking over...

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By:
Courteney Donaldson
Managing Director - Childcare & Education
Pubs 14 June 2016

Signs of optimism for Aberdeen's licensed trade

Aberdeen has changed immeasurably since I moved there as a student in 1998. Many of the numbers are well known. Aberdeen is Scotland’s third largest city with a population of over 200,000 and a catchment over 500,000. The city thrived through years when recession was biting...

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By:
Stuart Drysdale
Director
Hotels 08 June 2016

It's worth going "round the Wrekin" to invest in the West Midlands

Following the relative slowing of the hotels market in London, investors are increasingly looking to both primary and secondary towns and cities outside of the Capital in order to maximise their returns on investment. The second most highly populated UK county, the West Mid...

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Dental Practices 06 June 2016

Dental practice values: Is the North-South divide fact or fiction?

During the last few years it has been factually proven that London and the South East has achieved significantly higher values and multipliers of profit than any other part of the country. However, when these areas are excluded from our analysis, the North - South divide is le...

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By:
Christopher Vowles
Head of Valuation - Medical
Pharmacies 01 June 2016

The Scottish Pharmacy market - Demand is the drug

Deciding when to sell a pharmacy is one of the biggest decisions an owner will make in their career, therefore they will want the market conditions to be the best possible, with premium prices being paid and an abundance of buyers ready and willing.  Before the banking colla...

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By:
Karl Clezy
Director