East of England: Serviced Office Space 2010
Research published this week have revealed that despite reduced activity during the closing months of 2010, the overall number of businesses choosing to locate themselves within serviced office space across the East of England increased by 10% during 2010.
Published as part of the Serviced Office Review Series, which provides a quarterly insight into the serviced office space market across 12 UK regions, the report from officebroker.com shows a greater number of businesses entered serviced office space in the East of England during 2010 ΓÇô exceeding 2009 levels in 8 out of 12 months during 2010.
While the number of serviced office based businesses has increased, the desk space requirements of these businesses would appear to have remained stable, with the average requirement of 3.4 workstations (desks) recorded during 2009 being equaled during 2010.
As the UKΓÇÖs largest independent broker to the serviced office industry, which consists of over 2,500 office locations in the UK, the Serviced Office Review Series from officebroker.com represent the only regular insight into this growing sector of the commercial office market.
Charting quarterly and year-to-date activity in 12 regional reports every three months, the Serviced Office Review Series tracks the demand, supply, up-take, license length, workstation requirements and price of serviced office space in each area.
As an established part of the worldwide office space market serviced offices have become a well-used resource and credible alternative to conventional office space, used by businesses ranging from start-ups to SMEs and many international corporations ΓÇô all of which officebroker.com help as part of their free, consultative service.
To learn more about the serviced office market in the East of England, you can view or download a copy of the Serviced Office Review: East Q4 10 report directly from the officebroker.com website.
Past editions of the serviced office research from officebroker.com, which includes regions such as Central London, can be viewed and downloaded for free from the Stats & Facts section of the officebroker.com website.