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The security of UK property lies with two Donalds

With fallout from the UK’s Article 50 notification imminent, a new report from Colliers International concludes that the greatest risk to the stability in the UK commercial property market is not a ‘Brexit’, but the policies that Donald Tusk, President of the European Council and Donald Trump, President of the United States, may introduce in the coming year.In “In the Balance: United Kingdom 2017” Colliers identify EU fragmentation and US economic policy as the biggest risks to the future of the UK commercial property sector which, despite entering a normal cyclical slowdown, is otherwise being buoyed by powerful macro factors such as the sheer weight of global capital seeking yield, global demographics adding more to savings and...[…]