Climate of rising rents means higher rates for occupiers in April 2017

Alex Lewis is director and head of rating at Tuckerman and Union Street Partners

With rents continuing to rise progressively throughout the central London market, occupiers are increasingly relying on budget forecasts to keep a check on rising occupational costs, factoring in rates and service charges alongside actual rent.

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