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Metropolis April Round-Up

Metropolis April Round-Up

 

121 New Office Requirements in April

 

Metropolis ran 600 ‘movers’ in the month of April 2017. If all moves were added together the total would exceed 16 million sq ft of office transactions, researched by Metropolis’ unique market led intelligence team. London was the largest region with 286 leads during month, but there were also strong showings from the South East, West Midlands and Yorkshire. Financial services and professional were the two largest business sectors planning relocations.

 

The business leads covered the whole UK and provided details of the size of the office occupier, its likely move dates, a description of the reasons for the move, its business sector and full contact details including an address for written inquiries, at least one telephone number and in most cases an email address. Some of the largest planned moves amongst the 600 leads included leads on Sungard, Amazon, Royal Bank of Canada and HMRC.

 

The April 2017 leads included 175 ‘identified requirements’. Which means that the company confirmed to researchers that it has current or future plans to search for alternative office space. Of these 175 searches, 121 were new office searches, not previously notified.

 

The most recent research also included 184 ‘potential movers’ which were mainly longer-term leads on occupiers which are considering a relocation, but have yet to make a final decision on whether to search.

 

Most of the remaining stories covered companies that have signed for new office space and have set a move date, including some large pre-lets and companies inviting tenders for fit-out contracts. The shortest planned move date is just over a month away, whilst the longest was mid 2020.

 

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