Office construction drops 13% in central LondonSubscription
Developers are opting to build out smaller schemes as the volume of offices under construction in central London fell 13 per cent despite a rise in new starts, the latest Deloitte crane survey has revealed.
Construction activity rose by 2.1 per cent in the three months to September according to the Office for National Statistics, having built momentum after a poor start to the year.
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