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  • Unused Government Offices Offered to Entrepreneurs

    Government offices that are disused are to be offered to entrepreneurs who are attempting to set up their own businesses, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced. Cameron unveiled the plans during a trip to Yorkshire, where he delivered a speech to a group of would-be entrepreneurs.

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  • The Evolution of London Offices

    The chief executive officer of one of the biggest commercial property firms in the United Kingdom, British Land, is Chris Grigg, and he says that the skyline of London needs to evolve to become more like that of Manhattan if it wants to keep attracting firms to the city.

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  • Unused Government Offices Costing Taxpayers

    Government buildings that have been empty for more than ten years are costing taxpayers thousands of pounds, according to ministers. The Cabinet Office says that two Department of Transport offices have been left unoccupied since 1999, with a government building that has been unused since 2005 has cost taxpayers £180,000 in rent.

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    Plenty of Variety in London Office Space

    There is a large variety of available office space in London, the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry claims. A spokesman for the non-profit, independent business support and networking organisation, Iain Smith, says that the location where a property is situated depends entirely on what is required from it by the potential occupants…

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    King’s Cross Offices Get Green Light

    Planning permission has been given for new office space at King’s Cross, as well as Camden Council’s contact centre, a modern public library and new two-pool public sports centre. The new sustainable building, which will be constructed to very high “green” standards, will stand at the centre of the wider King’s Cross development that is happening at Pancras Square…

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