A longitudinal analysis of the performance of Enterprise Zones in the North East of England

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Abstract

The study aims to evaluate how EZ office and industrial developments have fared since expiry, building upon previous GIS modelling of office and industrial occupier chains and property market filtering in Tyne and Wear (see Greenhalgh and King, 2010a/b & 2012). This paper presents findings from the preliminary analysis of data compiled from an extensive survey undertaken in spring 2012, of occupiers of over 400 office and industrial premises on developments constructed within the four aforementioned EZs. The resulting data has been compared against occupier survey data compiled in 2000/01, providing a longitudinal comparative evaluation of the performance of the four zones post expiry. A Geographic Information System (GIS) has been created to provide a deeper understanding of the comparative performance of different EZ developments, model their wider spatial impact, capture the re-adjustment of local property markets and measure the decay of the two-tier on and off-zone markets over time.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)22-24
JournalRegions
Volume3
Issue number291
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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