By David Williams, Cluttons Daniel Smith, David Williams, Cluttons Daniel Smith11 June 1999
During the 1990s, office buildings in the countryside have grown in popularity. This has been made possible by improved roads, and particularly by advancements in communication technology. Ample car parking, the avoidance of congestion and a pleasant working environment all contribute to the appeal of the rural office.
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