Commercial Property in Newcastle upon Tyne

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Bradley Hall

14/16 Grey Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 6AE.

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Our experienced staff provide a multi-disciplinary service from residential and commercial estate agency through to property management, investment, business sales and disposals. With offices in Gosforth, Newcastle, Durham and Sunderland our commercial and residential clients can take advantage of our specialist knowledge of the North East of England.

Keith Pattinson Limited

21/23 Ridley Place, Newcastle Upon Tyne, , Tyne & Wear, NE1 8JN.

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Pattinson Commercial Property Services are a long-standing property services organisation that cover the North East of England. The commercial property services department offer a wide range of activities to cater for client requirements within the market place. The agency and letting department provides a modern agency service to deal with all commercial property types, tenures and businesses. As a result we are able to draw upon an extensive and diverse range of prospective purchasers or t... Read more

Naylors

Hadrian House Higham Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AF.

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As commercial property specialists for the North East, Naylors have their head office in the heart of Newcastle. The firm was founded twenty years ago by Bill Naylor, and has retained its independence, growing to become one of the most respected practices in the area. Naylors handle a wide range of commercial and industrial properties in an area that stretches from Yorkshire to Northumberland and beyond. Our client list includes every kind of organisation from public bodies and national chain... Read more

Parker Barras

Rotterdam House 116 Quayside, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 3DY.

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Parker Barras act as national Managing Agents for a wide range of property owners, from investors, national developers, landlords and property companies of residential, commercial and industrial property. We offer a full property management service, including rent and service charge collection, organisation of planned and reactive maintenance, plus management of legislative compliance.

Swaisland Harris Associates

29 Mosley Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 1YF.

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Swaisland Harris Associates have been established over 20 years and we pride ourselves in providing a personal service based on our experience and sound knowledge of the North East Commercial Property Market. We use our experience and depth of knowledge to advise individuals, firms, companies, banks and lending institutions on value for a range of purposes including loan security, accounting, taxation, purchase, sale and litigation.

About Newcastle and its Commercial Property

Newcastle upon Tyne is a port on the north bank of the River Tyne, with Gateshead on the south bank. The city and its river fuelled the industrial revolution and the golden age of coal, iron and steam which included the birth and development of the railways from waggonways in the 18th century. Newcastle has a heritage from the great wealth of it's Georgian and Victorian past and the buildings of this period, many by Richard Grainger are second only to those in London or Bath. Today the city has reinvented itself as a player in the service and mixed economy with a little of the old heavy manufacturing and engineering left.

Retail Property in Newcastle

The wide streets and quality of the architecture makes Newcastle City Centre a popular destination for retail therapy. Newcastle is the ninth largest shopping destination in the UK and the principal shopping street is Northumberland Street, supported by the recently extended Eldon Square Mall which is anchored by John Lewis, Grainger Market, and Monument Mall. The East Pilgrim Street area at the bottom of Northumberland Street is the focus of new development activity. Headline rents in the prime Eldon Square Mall would be £275psf. Out of town Metrocentre, the largest entirely indoor shopping centre in Europe, is less than a ten-mile drive from the centre of town.

Office Property in Newcastle

The office stock is focussed in the city centre, where a stock of recently built offices of all sizes line each bank of the Tyne, backed up by accessible business parks on the fringe of the City, typified by Quorum, which recently attracted Tesco Bank and Balfour Beatty as tenants. The office market in Newcastle is characterised by generally lower rents than in similar cities elsewhere in the UK, with maximum headline rents at £20psf and figures half that being achieved for quality space.

Out of town there is still speculative office development taking place in former Enterprise Zones, where headline rents of £16.95 are typical for new Grade A space. Stock is in abundant supply.

Property Development in Newcastle

There are several strategic development sites such as Science Central, a city-centre, 24-acre mixed-use development with a science emphasis, and the Stephenson Quarter, where 375,000sqft of Grade A space is planned. A 21 hectare site in the Gateshead Quays area within the Accelerated Development Zone, has a masterplan to deliver up to 1.5 million sq ft of urban office accommodation. The site is already home to the new Gateshead College Campus and the regional HQ for the Open University.

Industrial Property in Newcastle

In the industrial market, demand is underpinned by strong manufacturers like Nissan who suck in their second tier suppliers who take space nearby to support the manufacturer. There is a shortage of good quality stock, as speculative development has not taken place for several years. In the North East market around 17 million sq ft of foorspace is available representing around 3 years supply. Headline rents are around £5 psf for prime property in Newcastle down to £4psf in Stockton-on-Tees.

Leisure and Hospitality Property in Newcastle

Visitors to Newcastle may arrive at the splendid listed Central Station, next to which is a 10 acre site where 2 hotels, an art gallery and exhibition centre, together with offices restaurants retail and residential are to be built. Opposite this on Gateshead Quays, a string of ambitious projects have already been completed, including Millennium Bridge, The Sage Gateshead and Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, and further developments aim to include residential apartments, restaurants and cafes, retail units, and a 3,000 sq metre Conference and Exhibition Centre is proposed. Newcastle presently has around 2650 hotel rooms with a typical occupancy of 74% and a RevPar of £45.55. There is also a strong supply of guest houses using the elegant Georgian houses to cater to a variety of tastes.

Commercial property in Newcastle upon Tyne suggestions

You may want to consider some of the following points as you carry out your search for commercial property in Newcastle upon Tyne. If you require finance to fund a commercial property purchase it is often best to seek some advice from a commercial mortgage broker to ensure that you are likely to be able to secure a loan for the portion of the offer amount, as banks are being very careful over how much they lend, and who they lend to. There are of course other factors which you should consider before making an offer on a commercial property, the trick is to do your research thoroughly before entering into any agreement.