Is there an option to have a permanent space with flexible leases which are not serviced office spaces?
Unfortunately this is very rare indeed. It can happen when the buildings are old and likely to be redeveloped, and the landlord wants the space let in the meantime. However this is unusual. Ideally, a landlord wants office space let for the long term, in order to keep the investment value up. If tenants come and go every 5 minutes, this makes a lot of work for the landlord. Serviced office providers will set up the office space, furnish it and then charge the tenant for the privilege. Permanent space has to be fitted out to suit the occupier – for the occupier to spend that sort of money and then leave after a year would send any accountant into a tailspin!
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