Regus reported a 25% rise in 2008 pretax profit on Friday and said it had benefited from introducing cheaper options for customers struggling with the economic downturn.
Regus, the world's biggest provider of office space, said pretax profit rose to £149.2m from £119.4m the previous year.
Chief Executive Mark Dixon said the difficult economic conditions had provided Regus with new revenue opportunities.
Legal General is to invest £350m into Bristol Temple Island in a bid to transform the disused site into a new urban quarter.
Morrisons has rejected a takeover bid from US private equity firm CD R.
Japanese-Peruvian restaurant Nakanojo is making its debut in Chelsea, Property Week can reveal.
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