COVID-19 | 03 August 2020

Impacts on UK Real Estate

These are unprecedented times, as the impacts of COVID-19 continue to evolve at a rapid pace. We continue to take a close look at how this impacts the UK real estate market. We are committed to you, our clients, and remain available for discussions and advice as your partners and wanted to offer our latest insights.

Driving value: Cost containment in a disrupted world

The need for businesses to minimise their real estate occupation costs and conserve cash will be a top priority for the foreseeable future. We have set out five quick wins, and five strategic considerations to help you assess the opportunities for cash savings and implement a savings plan tailored to your specific business needs.

COVID-19: Reopening your Workplace

Our framework sets out the key phases you should consider as part of your strategy and planning. From helping you set up your team to the preparation of your physical space, we can provide support wherever you need help.

Online discussions

Given the fast pace of change happening across our markets, we're hosting weekly webinars focusing on the outlook for key markets across the UK in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.

The ripples of impact from COVID-19 are being felt around the world, but national implications vary. Click an icon to see the latest real estate market insights from each country, or visit our global resource centre.

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The spread of COVID-19 and the containment policies being introduced are changing rapidly. While information in the briefing notes is current as of the date written, the views expressed herein are subject to change and may not reflect the latest opinion of Avison Young. Like all of you, Avison Young relies on government and related sources for information on the COVID-19 outbreak. We have provided links to some of these sources, which provide regularly updated information on the COVID-19 outbreak. The content provided herein is not intended as investment, tax, financial or legal advice and should not be relied on as such.