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London is leading the way out of the UK’s economic gloom but, with a more sustained and widespread revival starting to take shape, the focus is now also on regional locations that can deliver growth. Our newly-published Vitality Index identifies which towns and cities are best-placed to drive the recovery.
The business rates regime is hampering efforts by occupiers and landlords to improve the energy performance of their buildings.
Modern office occupiers require a mix of communal and private space.
From 6 April 2014, landlords will lose the ability to instruct bailiffs in the current format. This will have serious implications on their ability to collect rent and service charge.
The government has further altered the proposed Draft Community Infrastructure Levy (Amendment) Regulations 2014 following a consultation but the scheme still has the potential to cause confusion and stifle development.