Hal Clarke

Hal Clarke


Associate Director

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Professional Summary

I work within the retail agency team at Colliers International working across the South of England & Wales, covering areas such as the London Suburbs, South East, South West, South Wales & East Anglia. 

I provide advice to key landlord client regarding leasing and developing Shopping Centre, High Street & Out of Town property, in addition, to providing advice to a number of leading retailers.


The Colliers International retail agency team is one of the most active and successful agency teams in the UK retail market and advises on:

- over 800 retail & leisure deals every year right across the UK
- over 250 store acquisitions each year for 20 leading retailers
- 6 million sq.ft. of shopping centre leasing instructions


University of the West of England, Bristol 

Millfield School

Memberships & Involvements

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Shop Agents Society, Revo. 


High Street Retail, Retail Park, Shopping Centres
Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Types

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Featured Research
26 Jun 2019
Midsummer Retail Report 2019
After an unprecedented year of turmoil, the UK retail sector and the property market that it supports is having to reinvent itself.
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23 May 2018
Midsummer Retail Report 2018
When a market becomes as dislocated as UK retail property currently is, you have to look beyond the standard property metrics to see what is happening.
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Featured News
2 Jul 2019
High street vacancies on the increase in the South West while prime rents head in the opposite direction
Prime rents have fallen in the South West by almost 7 per cent in the last 12 months while 70 per cent of towns and cities in the South West have a retail vacancy rate of between 10 and 20 per cent.
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4 Jul 2018
South West retail positives highlighted in 2018 Midsummer Retail Report from Colliers International
Leading real estate services consultancy identifies ‘dominant centres’ in the South West
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