East London’s Regeneration Six Years Prior to the Olympic Games

When the announcement came that the 2012 Olympic Games was to take place in London, excitement grew over what this would mean for the city. Regeneration of the chosen location was thrillingly inevitable. Now, six years a... Read More >
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New Property and Job Nos. Following Elizabeth Line Exceeds Predictions

Excitement over the imminent opening of London’s new underground service, the Elizabeth line is steadily growing as the deadline approaches with less than a year to go. With this in mind property consultancy GVA have c... Read More >
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Class, Centrality and Community – Is Marylebone the New Mayfair

Once seen as the lowly neighbour of Mayfair, Marylebone’s central location, high-class amenities and pleasant village atmosphere have fuelled its rise to fame over recent years. The more affordable rents, agreeable cul... Read More >
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Water Fountains and Bottle Refill Introduced to London by Summer18’

Theresa May recently announced plans to reduce the amount of waste plastic produced across Britain. This move follows the growing, widespread realisation of the effects plastic is having on our oceans. Succeeding thi... Read More >
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Employment Appeal Loss Sees Further Trouble for Uber in London

Over the past few months, the taxi-hailing app Uber has faced almost endless controversy and scrutiny while the latest episode for the firm only brings more bad news.   The Workers' Rights Tribunal   Th... Read More >
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Opening Doors for the Festive Season: Offices’ Spectacular Winter Events

With the announcement that office provider Citibase has acquired a new business centre within a landmark building overlooking Hyde Park, Londonoffices thought this would be the perfect time for us to introduce not only t... Read More >
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Predestrianising of World Famous Oxford Street Could Be Reality by 2018

After increasing pressure from those living and working in the area, plans to pedestrianise one of the busiest and most famous roads in London, Oxford Street, may finally become a reality by the end of 2018.   W... Read More >
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Surging Obsession Urban Climbing Leads Lloyd’s Tower to Seek Injunction

New trends, particularly within large cities and towns, are forever taking hold and subsequently disappearing again without too much alarm. However, the latest trend to sweep the world 'Urban Climbing' is causing particu... Read More >
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A Unique Look to the Future: Potential London Skyline in 10 Years’ Time

Earlier this month Londonoffices created an info-graphic that showcased what the London skyline could have looked like today if more of the city’s planned developments had gone ahead. This idea and all the buzz of the... Read More >
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The Latest Need to Know Trends and Troubling News Throughout London

London life and the business world can be troubling, absurd or the next biggest thing may come to fruition. You never know what is round the corner in this ever-changing city.   This month we've heard an inge... Read More >
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