Bristol office space market suffers from the credit crunch

The take-up in Bristol in the past year has shown a clear decline. According to Savills office market report, the total take-up over 2007 was 895,000 sq ft but fell to 608,600 sq ft in 2008. This decline due to a declining business confidence, on the back of worsening economic conditions, has consequently stifled occupational demand throughout the final quarter of 2008.

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Written by Emily Mouquot, Marketing Director.

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