7 May 2010
"Central London transaction levels were above average for the second quarter in succession. At 4.4m sq ft, take-up for the first quarter was the highest in nearly three years. The City accounted for 50% of Central London take-up as transaction levels reached a near record 2.2m sq ft, while take-up ...
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