“Searching for office space in London must be very similar to house hunting,” declared a new client to me recently, during our first conversation about their requirements. Very often, prospective business tenants make that mistaken assumption. And yet there is one critical difference between the two activities.
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Our clients are always telling us how difficult it is to acquire D1 space, and for the most part they are right, it is very challenging. So how can we create more of it?
Business rates are an occupation tax payable by almost all non-domestic property occupiers. Usually the third highest business cost – behind staff and rent – they are often not given the attention they merit. Here are our top 6 tips to identify business rates errors and avoid the pitfalls…
Location, Location, Location: There are five questions you should ask yourself before deciding which part of London will best suit your business. Michael Fraser explains all…
In our latest London office rental guide (recently updated for Q3 2015), we have detected no increase in rents from Q2 for the first time in a few years. Has the market peaked? Is demand now static or is supply catching up with the recent growth in demand? Find out the truth…
Getting your team together to celebrate the approaching festive season will now be on the to-do list for many office managers. In London, there is a huge range of options when it comes to choosing the right venue for your office Christmas party. If you’re looking in East London, here are a few suggestions.
Short supply of conventional offices has caused the serviced office market to adapt, providing high quality, creative space whilst retaining its flexibility
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With London office rents still rising at a pace which shows no sign of abating, what are the short and long term answers for prospective business tenants?
The London Tube map is widely regarded as a design classic, but it has become convoluted, cramped and hard to understand. Is it in need of radical revision?