The fate of commercial mortgages and associated national industrial markets will lie in the future of the economy. Despite weaknesses in the manufacturing sector the outlook will improve if the economy is able to avoid a recession. With manufacturing in question – commercial mortgages may begin to play a larger role as we begin to see more availability in space, and therefore softening rents. Click here to view the source of the post : Valuations NSW
The internet really did very little in the way of threatening the bricks and mortar retail markets. What has changed however, is the shape and size of retail as it has transformed over the years from “main street” retail to “shopping centers” to “power centers”. Lodging demand, particularly for the full-service segment is strongly driven by the economy and business activity, so the weak performance of the office market during the first quarter of 2001 could very well signal a weakening performance in the hotel market too.
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Jonathon Blackie, strategy director at development agency One North East, said the tax relief on contaminated land and the stamp duty announcement were ‘good news’, and would be a great help in persuading private developers to take part in regeneration schemes. But Yorkshire Forward chair Graham Hall said there should have been more help for manufacturing industry, which will be hit hard by the climate change levy. James Tickell, deputy chief executive of the National Housing Federation, said the 5% VAT rate on conversions should have been extended to all building repairs and renovations. Unemployed people who refuse to take action to improve their literacy and numeracy risk losing benefits under a radical plan to increase adult basic skills.
The approach is outlined in a new numeracy and literacy strategy for England, costing the government £1.5bn over the next three years. The money will be for promotional campaigns, improvements to teaching standards and a common core curriculum leading to national tests. In some pilot areas job seekers with numeracy and literacy problems will be offered £10 a week more benefit to take part in basic skills training, while those who gain a qualification will receive an additional £100.
The prison project will explore whether inmates eligible for early release can be made to attend literacy and numeracy classes as a condition of their licence. The Basic Skills Agency welcomed the government’s ‘ambitious targets’ and ‘serious commitment to challenging this country’s shameful problem of poor literacy and numeracy’. A £1bn social venture fund to harness the internet for communities should be set up using Treasury windfalls from the sale of communications licences, ministers have been told. click here to visit the website : Perth Property Valuers
The proposal comes in a DTI-funded study by think-tank Forum for the Future, which claims that the e-economy could become ‘a powerful vehicle for regional sustainability, opening up opportunities for marginalised areas and communities’. This approach would encompass ideas such as guaranteed electronic markets (Gems) – vast networks of local exchange that bring informal skills and assets into the mainstream economy with a guarantee of insurance cover for buyers and sellers.
This divide will only be overcome if the region operates – at both a public, private and individual level – with a coherent and holistic identity. It is clear that the South East is far from immune to issues of social exclusion and economic bipolorisation. The hypothesis being that those areas with higher level of achievers from the school system will have a higher probability of sustaining and enhancing the available knowledge capital. Buckinghamshire is the highest performer with an indexed figure of 122.9, followed by Surrey and Thames Valley.
This relatively high figure for Kent suggests a lack of local opportunities for ‘new workers’ and/or a movement of human capital out of the area. Particularly in the cases of Oxfordshire and Brighton and Hove, it seems that connection between schools education and local university education is weak, with the movement of human capital along this chain less than integrated. This could be due to a number reasons, such as the current weakness of regional identity and/or the significance of London as an external, yet adjacent force. However, within the region there are significant disparities; although with the exception of the Isle of Wight all perform above the UK average.
However, if policymakers are to make a difference to the future scores within this Index there must be a clear understanding of the conditions underlying knowledge-based growth and development. The essential of these Patent valuation segments is whether the property has had any building work or an extension manufactured. Interestingly, the top three knowledge economy rankings mirror the current rankings for forecast growth in GDP between 2000-2010 in the South East region.
From the econometric analysis we have undertaken three core conditions have emerged, with indices available to understand each areas current standing with regard to these conditions. The variance in business conditions may, as already pointed out, be partly due to each areas connection with the capital region – a factor requiring further exploration.
Although less tangible than business and human capital conditions, they are an important contributor towards providing an ‘atmosphere’ for knowledge creation, transformation and innovation. From our available indicators, high levels of economic activity, high-skilled employment opportunities, and a range of ‘innovation establishments’ all combine to provide varying levels of knowledge embeddedness. Within the region we almost see a list of the ‘usual suspects’ at the top of the index, with a very strong correlation with the overall Knowledge Economy Index at the local level in the South East.