Occupancy levels Leap in UKΓÇÖs Serviced Offices During April
This rise, which is the biggest monthly increase recorded nationally by officebroker.com since 2008, looks certain to build upon the annual increase of 13% recorded during the course of 2009.
The continued appeal of serviced offices here in the UK, which has resulted in over 750 new serviced office buildings entering the market since December 2008, endured the recession and even benefited from it in certain regions of the UK, with those businesses looking to cut overheads and streamline their operations turning to serviced office space as a solution.
But even as the economy pulls itself from recession it would appear that far from decreasing in popularity, the interest in using serviced offices has continued to grow and could even signal a significant change in the way businesses of all shapes and sizes infuse flexibility into their working practices.
How will this positive start to the second quarter of 2010 pan out – Will the April surge in occupiers continue or will the market slow down? You can find out when officebroker.com publish its Serviced Office Review Series for Q2 2010 in early July and access regional information the opening 3 months of 2010 now from the Stats & Facts section of the officebroker.com website.