Serviced Office Space: Central London Research 2010
Research published this week has shown a 15% increase in the number of businesses entering serviced office space in the Central London area during 2010, a level of activity which places the CapitalΓÇÖs serviced office sector ahead of much of the UK.
Within the Serviced Office Review: Central London Q4 10, published by the UKΓÇÖs largest independent broker to the serviced office industry officebroker.com, the year-on-year increase in serviced office based businesses was recorded despite reduced market activity in Q4 10, with new business levels actually reducing by 12% during the final three months of 2010.
In addition to tracking year-on-year changes in the number of businesses entering serviced office space, the officebroker.com research also tracks enquiry levels, the average number of workstations being taken by businesses as well as average license lengths and the all-important price per workstation.
To learn more about the serviced office space market in Central London, download a copy of the serviced office research document the Serviced Office Review: Central London Q4 10 now.
You can also access additional serviced office space research from the Stats & Facts section of the officebroker.com website. All editions of the Serviced Office Review series, which details market activity across 12 geographical regions of the UK each quarter, is free to view and download online.