London property: a world dominated by white, middle class men London property: a world dominated by white, middle class men
  • February 2014
  • Jonathan Goldstein

Research from Savills showed that, in 2013, London fringe locations experienced greater growth than core – 5.7% a year compared with 3% – and vacancy of grade A offices in fringe locations is low and falling. The sheer volume of residential development in locations once favoured by office occupiers is certainly a factor, as commercial occupiers are being pushed into off-core locations such as Paddington, King’s Cross, the south bank and Stratford. The structure of tenant demand is another reason...

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