-Demand for logistics real estate has clearly benefited from changes during the pandemic. With macroeconomic indicators painting a V shaped recovery but also warning of an incoming second wave of infections, behavioural changes in the way we shop have increased the need of logistics space to service the online channel.

-The second quarter take-up broke all previous quarterly records, a trend that will continue during the second half of the year.

-Supply is responding but over 80% of the development pipeline is already taken, leaving little room for abrupt demand for ready-to-occupy space.

-The investment market thrives as a result of the strong occupier demand. Investors believe the trend will continue and trust the robust fundamentals that proved the sector to be resilient to the pandemic.

-Industrial and Logistics are expected to continue to outperform the other property sectors.