Building on property


It is for that reason that Burchell and his colleagues are setting up a limited partnership designed to invest in buildings around the country. The targets will not be in “fashionable towns” but in what Burchell describes as “prime locations”, where there is demand for good property.

“We believe that the time to start investing in the UK is within the next 12 months,” Burchell says.

He points to the gap between five-year swaps and property yields – now the highest it has been for a decade at

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