David Miliband to use Serviced Offices Courtesy of Lord Sainsbury
David Miliband has been given the use of serviced offices in Smith Square, Westminster for his Labour Leadership campaign HQ thanks to Labour tycoon Lord Sainsbury.
The office space, which is near the Conservative Party Office and only a short distance from Westminster Palace, is believed to have cost ┬ú11,118.21 to date and forms part of a ┬ú50,000 donation from Lord Sainsbury to help Mr Miliband succeed Gordon Brown to the Labour Leadership.
Additional tools being added to Mr MilibandΓÇÖs arsenal, as he seeks to convince the party he is the right man to lead them forward to the next election, included discounted, hand-made suits from the world famous fashion designer Ozwald Boateng.
Serviced Office space in SW1, in which the former Foreign SecretaryΓÇÖs donated serviced offices are located, has consistently been the most expensive area of Central London in which to take serviced office space in recent months ΓÇô as highlighted in previous articles published on the officebroker.com blog based around the internet brokers own monthly statistics.