Cityoffices relaunched

In January 2015 Metropolis’ sister site: has been revamped and relaunched as THE place to learn about office schemes in London and the UK.

Since 1999 Cityoffices has been monitoring, qualifying and recording all significant office developments in London and across the regions. Cityoffices averages over six news stories on London office schemes every week for subscribers, plus other news of developments in the regions.

From the first peep that a development might be in the pipeline, through the design, planning and construction phases, followed by completion to the deals struck by occupiers to occupy it. The site notes all the activity around each and every scheme of note. There are over currently 1000 on the database, of which 300 are future schemes in the pipeline.

Cityoffices record all the participants from developer, to agent, to architect, to the complete construction team.

Cityoffices also track all rumours, hints and realities of the development letting process. For example if a building is purchased with a view to refurbishment or redevelopment you’ll hear about it on Cityoffices. Cityoffices also gives a monthly commentary on London office take-up with trends and demand statistics.

If you want to track the development history of any office building constructed in the last 16 years in London, then Cityoffices is the place. If you want to see what may be built in the next three years and the companies involved (many with contact names) in each scheme Cityoffices is the place. If you want to be informed about the latest news on office schemes, Cityoffices is the place.

In short, CityOffices gives you the complete low down on the market and allows you to be an informed player.

Subscriptions begin at a very reasonable £600 per annum. Email for more details.

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