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The office property market is constantly changing. We bring you the latest views from right across the commercial property spectrum.
Office developers are learning new words and new ways to work, as they try to fit into a changing market. David Thame talks to Oval Real Estate Co-founder, James Craig, about car parks, office blocks and reactivation.
If you want to know how the office market works, follow the money. And nobody has more money than the Real Estate Investment Trusts. But, as David Thame reports, REITs are cautious players, keeping a lid on the office market.
Prepare for all-out war as the UK office property market discovers the destructive (or creative) power of branding. David Thame reports from the front line.
London Executive Offices has no doubt as to what they mean by ‘executive’. Their mission, as demonstrated in the gorgeous fit-outs at 38 London hubs, is to be luxurious. Top-end serviced and flexible office floorspace gets no better, they hope. David Thame explores.
The relationship between the landlord and fit-out contractor is rarely without complication and has matured very little over time, Rob Gregory, Managing Director at Oktra, tells us.
When it comes to the office market, it’s always going to be about Grade A. But when it comes to delivering that space, the UK’s scorecard is currently more of a D-minus, Colin Wood, Director at Turner & Townsend, tells us.
So was that it? The flexible workspace boom, born late 2016, expired spring 2019? According to some close observers of the serviced office sector that jokey but brutal up-summing is maybe not too far from the truth, David Thame tells us.