It was noted in the business section of I yesterday that demand for UK shopping centres is almost back up to the boom-time levels of 2006 according to latest figures from property agent CBRE.  In 2013, £4.2 Billion worth of deals were completed which represents a rise of 81% in comparison to the previous year’s £2.3 Billion.  Malls in Peterborough, Solihull and Bath have all been bought despite the problems of empty shops and some retailers struggling across the UK.  In total 54 deals took place.

CBRE report the they expect this trend to continue in 2014 with over £700 million currently under offer and a further £850 million, approximately, on the market.

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