• Take-up in Central London for Q4 2019 was 3.6m sq ft, a quarterly increase of 4% and above the 10-year average of 3.3m sq ft.
  • Availability fell further below the 10-year average of 14.1m sq ft, declining by 4% to stand at 12.3m sq ft. The Central London vacancy rate fell marginally to 4.0%.
  • Under offer fell by 26% in Q4 2019 but remained high relative to trend at 3.5m sq ft.
  • The investment market saw a strong end to the year, with volumes up by 125% to £4.9bn.