Alex explains C2 property and how it differs from D1 class property.
Blog The Knowledge
Headline London Office Rents have risen by approximately 8% through 2013. Ian confidently predicts a further 7.5% increase in 2014
In an improving economy, should you choose serviced office space, or go with a conventional lease? Michael Fraser announces a new Find a London Office report that will help you make that decision.
We get calls from people every day asking for D1 property, but it’s amazing – of the numbers asking – who actually understands what D1 property is and who doesn’t! Alex explains all…
Our Serviced Office Specialist looks at the benefits of serviced offices, and why businesses are increasingly choosing them over a conventional lease.
Quarter days are often mentioned in the business press, but what exactly are quarter days, and when exactly are they? Michael Fraser explains all.
The purchase or sale of commercial property is a hugely important transaction for most businesses. Here we provide some guidance and tips to help you navigate the legal side of the process.
The second part of the of my five part blog deals with budget. Before you begin searching for London office space, you must establish what you can afford. So – I hear you ask – how on earth do I go about do about that, when I don’t understand how much office space in London costs? To establish a budget for your new offices, we will look at 5 factors.
Where do your new offices need to be? Location, Location, Location – as the mantra goes. It’s become a cliché, but as with most clichés, it’s also true! London is a large and diverse city, and different areas have distinct identities, as well as individual strengths and weaknesses. Your business will also have specific needs that will make it better suited to one part of London than another. Different strokes for different folks, to quote another cliché.
Many of our new clients are ill-prepared to begin their search for new London office space. Ian Kitchener has written a 5 part series addressing the questions all prospective office tenants should be asking their clients before they start looking for new offices.