London is leading a boom in flexible workspace, with Central London seeing an increase of 42% year on year.
Growing demand for flexible working space has led to an increase in supply, with more operators entering the market and prices becoming more competitive as a result. While rental costs remain high in the most prestigious areas of the capital, up and coming hot-spots such as Hammersmith are still affordable for many.
Experts estimate that around 30% of corporate real estate will have become flexible workspace by 2030, with the trend showing no signs of slowing. As more people turn to freelancing and less fixed work patterns, London has proved itself the go-to destination for flexible workspace.