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London Office Supply Overview

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London office supply is the talk of town at present. Regardless of the wider political climate, occupiers have continued to absorb space at a considerable rate. A cocktail of rising construction costs, complexities in the planning regime, demand from flexible providers and the pre-letting dynamic at work within the London market, is impacting the supply pipeline.

While everyone acknowledges the trend, the statistics are becoming quite stark. Larger-scale (100,000 sq ft plus) occupiers are starting searches earlier and earlier in order to secure top quality product in a location that will be amenable to their most important resource of all, their staff.

Colliers International will continue to closely analyse supply conditions and would be delighted to discuss the findings in more detail.   


London Offices Paper

London Office Supply Overview

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