Over five per cent of London’s office space – this comes to a hefty 1.1 million square metres plus – is available on a flexible basis.
This puts the British capital firmly in the front of the flexible office market:
Paris follows with just under half a million square metres or 0.8 per cent, and Amsterdam with 290,000 square metres or 4.5 per cent of the total available office space.
This information comes from a study of the ten largest cities in Europe which looked at the total availability of flexible office space and its percentage share of the whole.
Flexible office spaces are in demand with businesses seeking new ways of working, looking to attract and retain talent and to study alternative occupancy models.
Flexible office availability is growing across all of Europe: at present London is a firm market leader in what is proving to be a growth industry.