Market knowledge for investors, developers and policy makers

sector-studiesMany organisations work across multiple geographical markets and this, of course, applies as much to those who build and maintain property as to those who use it.

On the supply side Ramidus can focus equally on retail, office or industrial space and is at the forefront of research into innovative new ways of building and using real estate. We have undertaken studies focusing on, for example, office markets, industrial property, the agricultural sector, and the managed office market.

On the occupier side we analyse trends in many business sectors to help build scenarios that decision makers can easily grasp and use to inform choices. We have undertaken sector studies, for example, on banking, legal services and TMT.

A selection of sector studies clients

Carter Jonas, Hammerson, IPD, Kingston University and Needspace

We seek to understand why markets behave as they do

Recent Projects

The following is a brief review of some recent work undertaken by Ramidus for our growing client base.
Much of our work contains market/business sensitivities, and we are therefore only able to show a small cross section of work.

Multi-client study

Ramidus has recently completed a study looking at the warehouse market in West London, to investigate the changing priorities of operators and the implications for building design. Sponsors of the project included: Jones Lang LaSalle, Park Royal Partnership, SEGRO and Wilson James.

Multi-client study

As research partner for Business Vantage, Ramidus undertook a project examining relationships in the property supply chain – Equal Partners Three. The sponsors included: Barclays Bank, Bovis Lend Lease, Broadway Malyan, Johnson Controls, Land Securities Trillium and The Crown Estate. The project examined the issues behind tensions in the supply chain and provided a basis for cross industry discussions on how to improve supply chain efficiency.

St Bride's

Appointed by fund manager St Bride’s to provide research to underpin its UK investment strategy. Work involved a detailed assessment of all main property sectors and the wider economic, social, political and environmental factors likely to influence their prospects. Work was applied at city level to guide geographical focus of investment.