Where to put your money In London

Developers looking for the next saw rents rise 11% compared with Q2 to dead cert market to stash £40.75 per sq ft. However, this is still the their cash might be left lowest of any market in central London and scratching their heads this incentives have risen substantially, from 15 quarter. The bouncy take-up months in Q2 to 24 months this quarter. across central London in Q3 hasn’t quite been matched by rents,
 where growth remains patchy and still largely dependent on specific buildings and locations. James Roberts, head of commercial research at Knight Frank, comments: “Rents seem to be gaining momentum on the shiny stuff [brand new space] as occupiers are getting more confident.”
 “It will be a coin flip that will decide whether incentives come down and rents stand still or rents move up to hit £60 per sq ft at the end of the year.” He predicts rental increases this quarter in the South Bank, northern City fringes and West End.
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on February 19, 2014