London office cleaning companies are preparing themselves for a highly likely surge in the procurement for their services. This follows a survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) revealing that office sales lead the way in commercial property sales in the first quarter of 2011.
According to 43% of surveyors demand for office spaces in London has increased considerably, in particular for “Grade A” offices which in some areas the lack of new stock is leading to lower levels of availability.
The increase in interest for office spaces in London is a clear sign of the economic recovery of the financial services industry with more and more companies looking to expand their operations in the capital.
This is great news for London office cleaning companies who should experience an increase in the demand for their office cleaning services.
But the industry might face a long term problem as supply is falling quickly and offices being constructed not only in London but across the UK are at a low level.
“The survey does encouragingly suggest that demand to take up space is growing outside of the capital but not at a sufficient pace to change the mood on the rental outlook,” commented Rics chief economist Simon Rubinsohn.
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