Where one business centre closes, another one opens – or so it seems. While office-to-resi conversions have sparked concern about the depletion of Central London’s serviced office stock, a slew of new serviced office space is set to hit the capital. We round up some of the key launches for 2014.
High retention rates and increasing demand for high-end serviced office space have prompted Landmark Plc to expand their City of London portfolio.
The launch of a Tech City-style initiative for the life sciences sector is set to attract billions of pounds of investment into London. It also aims to put the sector on a par with financial services in terms of economic contribution.
2014 looks set to be a good year for London’s skyscrapers. High demand for office space and office-to-residential conversions elsewhere are putting the spotlight back on high-rise construction.
The final phase of the Hammersmith Grove office redevelopment is to go ahead, with SWIP Property Trust committing £92m to the project.
While office-to-residential conversions continue to place the squeeze on the West End’s serviced office supply, one office provider has revealed plans to launch a new centre – right at the heart of Mayfair.
Are tech companies taking over Central London? Recent research by Colliers International has revealed that tech firms increased their take up of office space across Central London by 91% between 2012 and 2013.
As the BBC prepares to revamp two floors of its new Broadcasting House to make it more creative; what should TMT office space be like?
The controversial plans for Elizabeth House in Waterloo are to progress to the next stage, after the High Court ruled that a legal challenge be thrown out.
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