Thebusinessdesk.com has today reported on the “cautious start” made by the office market throughout Yorkshire in 2010. Drawing on information from leading property experts such as Ryden and Knight Frank, the business website highlights the slow start and, among other things, changing shape and size of office requirements.
With activity in the commercial property market often acting as a measure of what will follow in the serviced office market, the emergence of reports is well timed with the upcoming release of Serviced Office Review: Yorkshire & Humberside Q1 2010 report from officebroker.com.
This report, which will be published on the officebroker.com website before the end of the month, will present information on how the serviced office market throughout Yorkshire and Humberside has reacted within the opening quarter of 2010. Information on serviced office demand, enquires, overall changes in tenant numbers and the average cost of workstations will be included.
With Q1 10 expected to reveal stability overall in the flexible office space market, how will Yorkshire compare considering the slow start for the commercial property market highlighted in Thebusinessdesk.com report? The Serviced Office Review: Yorkshire & Humberside Q1 2010 will be available to download for free from the Stats & Facts section officebroker.com website w/b 26.04.10.
Published by Simon on Friday, 16 April 2010 at 10:05 AM