Interest in Serviced Office Space in London Continues But Uptake Declines
In a report published today by officebroker.com, the UKΓÇÖs leading broker of serviced office space, it has been shown that the service office space market in Greater London has seen enquiry levels increase by 22% in the second quarter of 2010 compared to the same period in the previous year.
The report, which covers all aspects of the market for serviced offices in Greater London, forms part of the Serviced Office Review Series ΓÇô a set of quarterly reports detailing activity within 12 regional locations throughout the UK.
Drawing on the extensive internal data collected by officebroker.com, the Serviced Office Review Series delivers a comprehensive overview of the UKΓÇÖs serviced office space market, providing landlords, commercial agents and existing providers of serviced offices with an unrivalled market insight thanks to the dominant role of officebroker.com amongst the internet brokers that feed the serviced offices industry.
Despite the growing number of enquiries for serviced office space, the report also highlights that a smaller number of businesses entered serviced office during the same period but that those businesses also had larger workstations requirements.
The regional reviews of serviced office space produced by the internet broker are all available to download directly from the officebroker.com website. All of the office space reports are free to access and form part of the companyΓÇÖs resource centre.
Currently the Q2 2010 Central London and Greater London instalments of the Serviced Office Review Series have been made available, with the reports covering the serviced office space market in other geographical locations following in the next few weeks. The publication of each instalment will be announced via the officebroker.com Blog.