East of England Records Increase in Enquiries and Take-up of Office Space in Q2
Both the interest in and take-up of serviced office space in Eastern England increased between April ΓÇô June 2010 according to a report from officebroker.com, the UKΓÇÖs leading independent broker of serviced office space.
Published today on the brokerΓÇÖs website the report, the Serviced Office Review: East Q2 2010, presents the changes recorded by the broker in the serviced office space market during the second quarter of 2010 compared to the same period in 2009.
Within the quarterly publication, officebroker.com reports that it has successfully placed 33% more clients in serviced offices during Q2 10 than in Q2 09, while the number of enquiries it has received from businesses exploring serviced office space as a workspace solution has also increased by 35% during the same period.
Other areas of the serviced offices market covered in the report include average workstation prices, the length of license being committed to and the average workstation requirements of those businesses entering serviced office space via the officebroker.com service.
The area covered with the Serviced Office Review: East Q2 2010 report includes the serviced office space market in cities such as Norwich, Ipswich, Cambridge and Luton. To explore the findings of the report in more detail, or any of the other eleven UK regions that form part the Serviced Office Review Series from officebroker.com, simply visit the Stats & Facts section of www.officebroker.com. Here the reports can be viewed online or downloaded in pdf format for free.