Nigel Healy: What will Covid-19 mean for the industrial market?
We need to use this difficult time well and plan comprehensively for the future
I came into this sector as the economic greyness of the 1980s was coming to an end, and there appeared to be a light at the end of the tunnel. My youthful optimism, however, was disrupted by the sharp and sudden downturn in the early 1990s, which lasted for a couple of years.
In those days, the 25-year unbroken lease was all that a tenant could get, and the ugly spectre of a ten-year break...
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