Logistics 2013: James Porteous

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Investment director at Jones Lang LaSalle discussed the UK industrial investment market

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  • Logistics 2013: James Porteous

    1. 1. The North WestInvestment MarketJames PorteousDirector, Capital MarketsJune 2013Investment
    2. 2. Current trends – UK Investment ActivityGreaterLondon45%Rest of UK55%Investment Activity: 2006-2010GreaterLondon54%Rest of UK46%Investment Activity: 2011-2012
    3. 3. Current trends – who are the vendors ?44%3%7%30%3%13% Institutions / Pooled FundsPrivate InvestorPropcosInsolvency / ConsensualUnknownOtherSource: Jones Lang LaSalle, 2013
    4. 4. Current trends – who are the purchasers33%67%Source: Jones Lang LaSalle, 201333%UK67%Global 2012 (£m)
    5. 5. Global Sources of FundsNB: Other geographies or unknown capital accounted to GBP 1.5 billionSource: Jones Lang LaSalle; Property Data (UK); October 2011UK DomesticAmericaGlobalAsia PacificMiddle EastEurope
    6. 6. Industrial Property VolumesSource: Jones Lang LaSalle, March 2013
    7. 7. Limited new developmentand available stockCurrent trends
    8. 8. Prime multi-let industrial and single let distribution yields
    9. 9. Key TransactionsOmega WarringtonBrake Brothers £19.0mLIM 6.0%
    10. 10. Key TransactionsRevolution Park, ChorleyEncon Insulation £6.6mAUB Fund 7.75%10 years unexpired
    11. 11. Key TransactionsBuckshaw6.5 years to expiry225,196 sq ft£10,250,000 – 9.2%20% Vacant
    12. 12. SE will remain expensive
    13. 13. Who are and will be the purchasers?2013–2014
    14. 14. Thank You

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