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London continues to attract new tenants

So, in the face of a predicted migration away from London, an event that turned sentiment against investing in the London office market, the reality is that central London is alive and kicking.

In 2017 there was a net take-up of 3.7m sq ft of space in central London offices, giving life to the idea that job creation, and the subsequent need for more space, is proving to be more than enough to offset a potential loss of businesses in the wake of any final Brexit agreement. 

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