This year’s Budget saw a small but potentially significant change to Entrepreneurs’ Relief (ER) that may have a bigger impact on flexible workspace (FW) business owners than they realise.
Sale price raises questions about values in the sector
GKRE Director, Douglas Green gives his thoughts on property owners partnering with flexible workspace operators to enter the ever growing market.
SocialWorkplaces.com interview GKRE Director, Will Kinnear on his thoughts on the flexible workspace sector.
As new entrants from a broad variety of industries flood the co-working market, how is it set to transform?
The Crown Estate is latest landlord to launch serviced office brand as occupiers seek more flexibility.
Serviced office provider acquires Basepoint Business Centres as it takes fight to new workspace operators.
GKRE Director Douglas Green was lucky enough to win a flight in a Spitfire at last year’s EG awards
The flexible office market is getting more competitive by the day, so keeping customers happy once you have them is crucial. GKRE spoke to Valerie Merrill of Merrill Consultants to discuss the training programmes she runs for serviced office operators.
Landlords are embracing serviced office space, either by doing it themselves or bringing in an operator.
There has never been a better time to offer flexible workspace. We set out the essential factors operators need to know.
For an assessment of the revaluation that comes into force in April next year and their impact on the flexible workspace sector, we spoke to GKRE’s business rates consultant Ian Tanner.
GKRE’s own Douglas Green was recently interviewed by Landmark Plc regarding the consolidation within the serviced office and flexible workspace sector
Social Workplaces blog with Will Kinnear
In a market characterised by scale-backs, flexible space becomes a hedge, said market experts at a Regus roundtable event covering the prospects for the serviced offices sector.
A Property Week article of 22nd January 2016 regarding the changes to legislation affecting the way that leases are reflected on the balance sheet, has the potential for unintended consequences which could have a dramatic impact on the commercial market.
The EG’s London Office Market Analysis identified GKRE as 16th in the list of top 25 London acquisition agents.
GKRE comment on the rise of flexible workspace operators in the Capital’s most iconic buildings
Property Week 8 January 2016
Now in their 11th year, the awards celebrate ‘the best in the property market’ with the judging panel made up of industry leading experts across 21 categories.
The demand for co-working space in London seems to be insatiable at the moment. So, is the rise of co-working evidence of a new product in the market place? Or is simply serviced offices by another name?