Interest in serviced offices has been soaring – with 2,400 Brits googling the term every month, according to new research by commercial property estate agents, Savoy Stewart.
The firm decided to take a look at the London boroughs with the highest and lowest number of serviced offices. The figures were extracted from property website Rightmove for the month of July 2019. The boroughs were then ordered from highest to lowest. There was no data available for the boroughs of Bexley, Haringey and Sutton.
The London boroughs with the highest number of serviced offices are: Westminster (883), Camden (374), Islington (315), Hackney (210) and Southwark (115).
Meanwhile, the London boroughs with the fewest number of serviced offices are: Havering (11), Barnet (10), Waltham Forest (10), Harrow (6) and Merton (6).
Areas outside London with highest interest in serviced offices, measured by the number of searchers googling for serviced offices in each city per month, were Leeds (480), Edinburgh (390), Manchester (390), Birmingham (320) and Bristol (320).