Leeds office space enquiries positive for Q3
Our latest report looks into the office space trends of Leeds, and how the city has fared over the first two quarters of 2009. And now that 2009’s third quarter has got underway, we also chart the city’s success rate and potential for the rest of the year.
Looking at enquiry levels for the first two quarters of the year, Leeds produced a significant drop at the start of Q2. But despite this, the city has seen a steady increase in enquiries which has led to a positive start to Q3. In fact, the opening of the third quarter produced the second highest enquiry levels of the year so far – suggesting a return to form for Leeds over the remainder of the quarter.
Our article also draws on research carried out by external sources. For example, a recent report by Drivers Jonas found that 87% of respondents who work in Leeds say that it is a ‘happy’ place to work, while a quarter of all respondents say that they have been located in the city centre for over 25 years.
To find out what makes businesses want to stay in Leeds, take a look at our report for full details:
Alternatively, if you’re interested in finding out more about office space in Leeds, speak to one of our team for more information, or start searching via our Leeds office space page. To submit comments or feedback on the article, please use the comment box provided, below.