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London office space expected to see prime rent increases in 2010

18th February 2010
Recent reports indicate that 2010 will see prime rents increase within London, with a rise of 10.5pc expected in the City and 7.5pc in the West End. This is in contrast with most areas of the country, where prices are set to continue to fall.

Many organisations choose London for its superior business links, unrivalled mobility and close ties to important industries such as finance and publishing. If you’re looking to relocate to London, doing so now could be more economical than waiting to see what happens in the long-term. With rent prices set to increase, relocating in the near future will allow your business to find a cost-effective property solution that will ensure costs remain at the lower end of the spectrum and allow you to maximise the benefits of a London-based location.

We work with the country’s top commercial space operators to create an extensive portfolio of office space, a great majority of which is located in London in many of the most sought after districts, including Clerkenwell and Soho. If you’re considering moving to London, you may want to take a look at what we have to offer. With powerful search functionality you can find precisely what you need in seconds, and take advantage of cost-effective prices now, before they increase.

Just click on ‘office space’ above and type in your location; you’ll be instantly forwarded to the most appropriate office space in London. If you wish to enquire about any properties, you can do so quickly and easily by filling in one simple form. We then forward your details onto the landlord in question, and they will contact you directly.


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