Art galleries, dance companies and film makers spending in London

Agents and landlords take note: art galleries, dance companies and film makers are expanding, and as part of a £71.4bn industry have money to spend

We live in a world where the rise of the tech sector is almost overpowering. Amid the surge of TMT occupiers flooding global cities’ occupier markets, it is easy to see how the more traditional creative industries could be overlooked. But property developers and investors should beware, because such an oversight could prove more costly than they might expect.

The creative sector contributes £71.4bn to Britain’s economy, or 5.2% of GDP, and…

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