What has happened to London lease lengths over the past 20 years?

Fuelled by tech innovation and the sector’s need for flexibility, commercial leases in
the UK capital have halved in the past two decades. But is that enough to attract the
most agile of tenants?

US tech giant Yahoo claims it is struggling to find a London office due to the capital’s lengthy leases. And when a tech unicorn (any company valued at more than $1bn (£691m), it is time for the industry to listen. EG took to the data vaults to find out what…

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