CBRE: prime office occupancy costs in Liverpool rise by 7.9% in year to September 2015


In its latest review of global prime occupancy costs, ‘Office space gets pricier as global economy edges up’, CBRE noted that Liverpool was in 18th position in its ranking of centres by increases in local currency occupancy costs. Occupancy costs in Liverpool increased by 7.9%. Liverpool did not feature in CBRE’s ranking of the 50 most expensive centres in terms of occupancy costs. Liverpool rose by eight places in CBRE’s ranking of the most expensive centres over the six months to September 2015.

Source : CBRE/ February 2016/Liverpool/OFF

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