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With large numbers still working from home, most tenants now require less office space. A combination of tenants offloading second-hand supply and a structural downward shift in demand for space will push London office rents lower in 2021.
Lockdown saw vast swathes of empty office space all over the world. I visited a London business centre in April. It was a depressing sight.
Last month I visited Central London for the first time since February. And what an odd experience. The city's energy was missing entirely.
Is it possible to add a Covid-19 clause to an office lease to protect businesses from paying rent and service charge in a future lockdown?
Business rates are often described as a tax on occupation. However liability also exists on vacant or under-utilised property. Many more London office occupiers have now discovered this unfortunate truth during the Covid–19 lockdown.
Looking for someone to fit out your office? In need of IT support? Or maybe you are just looking for someone to repair your broken chair?
In the wake of the pandemic, inflexible and expensive season tickets are stopping commuters from going back to the office.
When I wrote the first draft of this post back in February, the words “safest form of transport” meant something completely different.
Our London office rental guide remains at the same level as it was immediately before Lockdown, when the market came to a standstill.