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Following the pandemic, businesses are now inevitably reviewing their office costs. With employees now used to the convenience of working from home, could flexible co-working space provide an alternative?
Last month we ran a competition to win an 11 inch Apple iPad Pro. And the lucky winner is...
Additional floor acquired at 137 Euston Rd for global management consultancy, Argon & Co
Once again we've been told to work from home. Assuming that we will eventually return to the office, here is a checklist for re-opening safely.
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.