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.
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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.
Location, Location Location! Choosing the right location for your London office space can be a daunting prospect, particularly if your knowledge of the city is skin deep. Sometimes your initial instincts are spot on, but often a more in depth knowledge of what’s available elsewhere will lead to a change of heart. Using a London […]
Acquiring a small office space in the West End of London can be a real pain….. Essentially you have two main options, serviced, or conventional office space: Serviced Offices in London If you search for an London office on Google, you are likely to end up deluged with a huge response from serviced office providers […]
Telecommuting is great for startups and small companies with tight budgets. But virtual offices do create a host of problems. Most of which are social.
It’s not just about minimising your outlay; it’s also about maximising the value of your decision and thinking ahead when possible.
The next revaluation for business rates is due on the 1st April 2010, based upon rental value at April 2008. And the rumours mill is going into overdrive…
Businesses generally have more of an environmental impact than individuals: here are 6 simple ways to be kinder to the environment without having to make tremendous efforts.
Landlords want leases to be as long as possible. Tenants want flexibility as their needs change. Break clauses offer flexibility, provided you are canny
Businesses are squeezing more people into tighter spaces under the pressure to cut costs, risking employee unhappiness and lower productivity.