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Which office properties were let in the last quarter? What are the most recent office market take-up figures? Find out with our Office Market Pulses. Each quarter, we produce the most up to date statistics on the office lettings market in the major office markets across the UK, providing you with a complete overview of the most recent office lettings, take-up and new development.
Keep checking back to this page, as new Office Market Pulses are added regularly.
Will 2013 be a resurgent year for the Birmingham office market? We review the truth behind the Q1 stats.
The Cambridge office market remains one of the UK's hot spots with the second highest Q1 take-up recorded in the last 10 years.
Our analysis of the Central London office market covers the four main submarkets of the City, West End, Midtown and the Docklands.
Q1 saw a strong start to the year for the East Midlands office market, with take-up totalling almost 120,000 sq ft.
Edinburgh's office market got off to a positive start in 2013, with a 148% increase in enquiry levels for city centre office space compared with Q4 2012.
The Leeds office market saw a 56% increase in take-up in Q1 compared to the same period of 2012, with over 70% of demand focused on grade A stock.
Q1 figures show mixed results across the M1 Corridor. Enquiry levels remain steady across the region with many transactions set to complete in Q2.
The Manchester office market has seen an upturn in demand for large office requirements, following Travel Jigsaw's acquisition of 60,000 sq ft at Sunlight House - the largest office letting since 2011.
Take-up of Newcastle office space reached 307,442 sq ft in Q1 2013 - a 48% increase on the same period of 2012 (207,075 sq ft). A sharp rise in occupier requirements is a positive indicator for improved annual transaction levels above 2012 figures.
The Sheffield office market saw a dramatic uplift in occupier activity in both the city centre and out of town markets in Q1 2013. All the deals completed were for grade B and C space, indicating that location is increasingly becoming a driving factor for occupiers.
Take-up of South Coast office space continued positively in Q1 2013, with 61,865 sq ft recorded - a 56% increase on the same period of 2012 (39,566 sq ft).
Take-up of Thames Valley offices increased slightly to 393,805 sq ft in Q1 2013, compared to the 381,120 sq ft recorded in Q1 2012. A sharp rise in enquiry levels in Q1 is a positive indicator for activity next quarter.