Manchester office space gets a confidence boost
Recent reports suggest that the north-west property market, including office space in Manchester, is not as adversely affected by the current economic situation as previously expected.
The Business Centre Association’s (BCA) panel of property experts are said to conclude that although there is an issue of oversupply, demand is strong compared with some other UK cities. A recent construction in Salford known as Media City has encouraged a number of media companies to search for office space in the Manchester area, which has helped boost demand.
Jennifer Brooke from the BCA, said: “As a region we are greatly encouraged that Manchester continues to do well with the number of new enquiries to the flexible space sector remaining high.”
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Hello everyone. Further to this, I’ve just found a story on Propertyweek.com in relation to Manchester office space. The Greater Manchester Police Force is due to relocate its headquarters to Central Park, in one of the biggest deals of the year. Sounds like more good news for Manchester!
The new building was designed by Aedas and is reported to be chasing a BREEAM rating of Excellent. It received the go-ahead by Manchester City Council in April, with work due to start this month and an estimated completion in March 2011.