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Office leasing guide: London, West End

Basing yourself in the West End means you’ll be close to central London’s main business districts, including the City, while being in the heart of the creative action. Read on to find out everything you need to know about leasing an office in the West End.

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Office leasing guide: City of London

The City is both the geographical and professional heart of London. Covering less than one square mile of ground and home to just 10,000 people, more than 400,000 people flock into the City every weekday. It’s home to some of the world’s most influential business in the professional services, legal and financial services sectors.

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10 things you should know about selecting a restaurant location

Finding the right location is crucial when it comes to the success of a restaurant business. Your ideal location will depend on the type of business you’re launching, and you can work out which spot is right for you by considering the following 10 factors.

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The secret to more enquiries? Go for a personalised approach

Crafting the perfect rental advert can be difficult. You’ve secured a fantastic property and completed renovation work; now you just need to find a tenant. But there’s a huge number of commercial lets on the market, so how can you make sure yours cuts through the noise?

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Office Leasing Guide: London

London isn’t just the UK’s capital. It’s a hive of commercial activity, with many of the country’s biggest companies choosing to base themselves there, making it one of the most sought after places for office space.

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Office leasing guide: Oxford

Oxford is a picturesque city in southern England. Home to one of the world’s most prestigious and oldest academic institutions, there’s a rich pool of exceptional talent to pick from here. Prominent businesses in the worlds of science, technology and engineering are based in Oxford because of this.

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Office leasing guide: Edinburgh

Regal, artistic and historic, Edinburgh has many fascinating sides to it. The Scottish capital is home to the Scottish Government and Parliament and the Royal Bank of Scotland. It also hosts the world’s largest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe, making it a place where serious work and world-class play are equally celebrated.

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Office leasing guide: Glasgow

Glasgow is well known as one of Europe’s cultural capitals. From the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum to The Lighthouse to the architecture of Merchant City to Glasgow Necropolis, there’s so much to explore when the working day is done. If you’re looking for an office in Glasgow, here’s everything you need to know about this exciting city.

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For CRE Professionals

Commercial property marketing post-lockdown

With limited physical business activities and social distancing prevailing across the last few months, commercial property marketing has embraced digital wholeheartedly.

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Office leasing guide: Birmingham

The beating heart of the Midlands, Birmingham is a thriving location for all kinds of businesses. Known for its industry, diversity and ever-changing skyline, this huge metropolis provides a wealth of offices with plenty of opportunities for networking and growth.

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For CRE Professionals

Guide to digital marketing vocabulary for commercial property

Digital marketing lingo can be hard to get your head around. Monitoring the performance of your marketing activities is key to their success. To fully understand digital marketing reporting, you need to comfortable with the reporting vocabulary. That’s why we have put together a simple guide to digital marketing jargon for commercial property.

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How much does it cost to rent a meeting room?

Hiring a meeting room can help you collaborate effectively while presenting a professional image of your business. Whether you’re hosting a conference or a more informal gathering, you can choose the space to suit the event.

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Office leasing guide – Manchester

Manchester is a lively city that’s full of personality. With a fantastic shopping scene, world-class restaurants and a reputation as one of the key commercial centres in northern England, it’s understandably a very popular place to live, work and visit.

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Commercial property area guide: Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace is a hilltop district in South London spread across Croydon, Bromley, Lewisham, Southwark and Lambeth. As it has one of the highest points in London, Crystal Palace offers incredible 360-degree views of the centre.

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Commercial property area guide: Dartford, Bexley

Popular with capital commuters, families and young professionals, the bustling town of Dartford in Kent has been named as one of the fastest places to sell property in the UK. It’s not surprising, as it’s just under an hour from central London and boasts excellent transport links via the M25 and Dartford Crossing.

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Commercial property area guide: Dalston - London

Dalston is situated in the borough of Hackney and its centre point is the Kingsland Road, running north to south. In recent years, it’s been an area of regeneration and house prices are rising by around 4% every year.

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All classes of commercial real estate explained - UPDATED

As of September 2020, the property use classes run from Class B to Class F, and some classes have sub-categories (Classes A and D have been eliminated this year). The thorough classification system should make it easy for building developers to find the exact regulations for their property.

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Commercial property area guide: Croydon

Croydon is a large town in South London that is known for its fantastic arts scene, lively town centre and abundance of green open spaces.

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The Next Frontier in Office Space? The Outdoors

Building developers and business owners are increasingly prioritising biophilic design when it comes to creating desirable workspaces.

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Commercial property area guide: Crouch End

Crouch End lacking a tube or train station was once considered a drawback when compared to other leafy North London neighbourhoods. However, it’s helped it to retain its community feel and charm, without being overrun with tourists and chain stores. It also makes property prices that bit more affordable too.

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What is R&D property?

Businesses can save thousands of pounds by qualifying for R&D tax credits, but many companies in the property sector don’t even realise they’re eligible. If you’re developing new products or innovative processes, you could benefit from this tax relief.

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Commercial property area guide: Cowley

Cowley is an Oxford suburb with plenty to offer businesses searching for a new base. Being both a residential and industrial area, its large student population has some world-famous organisations as neighbours.

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Commercial property area guide: Covent Garden

Covent Garden is a popular place for businesses to base themselves, particularly those in the arts or that are looking to capitalise on the estimated 44 million visitors that pass through the area every year. The area spreads across the boroughs of Westminster and Camden and is in transport zone one, putting it right in the heart of London.

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Commercial property area guide: Colindale

Being a hotspot for modern, new build apartments, Colindale is a popular choice with working professionals. And, as you can catch the tube to Euston in 20 minutes, it’s easy to see why.

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Commercial property area guide: Chiswick

If you’re seeking the best of both worlds, Chiswick could be the ideal place to base your business. Its laidback cafés, grand historic buildings and green spaces give the area a welcoming village feel, yet you’re just 45 minutes’ tube ride away from central London.

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