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Ebullient mood since Covid curbs eased turns to caution as workplace return stalls
The worst appears to be over for the UK capital’s largest landlords
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Footfall returns to 50-60% of pre-pandemic levels in capital’s central district
Demand for the best space has held up but much depends on whether people continue to work from home
With the government leaving businesses to create their own arrangements, the stand-off between landlords and tenants has widened
IWG and Derwent London reveal tenants are interested in newer spaces and shorter leases as sector recovers
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Commercial landlords insist employees are heading back even as companies such as Twitter shut their doors
Capco estate in London piazza lost quarter of its value in 2020 and extra 5% in past 6 months
Uncertainty manifests itself in landlord’s steep 25 per cent share price discount to its book value
Property company’s warning comes after UK government extended ban on commercial evictions
Retail space also makes way for warehousing and life science campuses as property investors reposition portfolios
Commercial landlord says more businesses are committing to offices and shops