Firms are building more offices in Britain than ever before and more than half of all buildings in the country are now occupied by offices.
Here are the latest news stories and photos from the UK. 1 / 9 Firms building more office buildings in Britain This week, there will be over 700 new office buildings built, with a total of 3,931 buildings under construction.
Most of the buildings will be owned by private companies.
The majority of the projects will be set up in London, with the rest being completed in other parts of the country.
The vast majority of these buildings will come online in the next few years, with over 100 being under construction in the last few weeks.
This includes the London Eye, which will be completed next year, and the Shard, which is due to open in 2020.
All this will add up to an incredible expansion of the UK’s office space.
In total, over 300 million square feet (10,000 square metres) of office space will be added to the country’s economy over the next two decades.
The construction boom has seen a surge in rents, with rents climbing by 50 per cent in the past year alone.
With this growth, there are already more than 20 million office spaces in the capital, with an estimated £13bn of the total value of all office space in the city.
However, many are seeing signs of slowing growth, with office rents increasing by just 2 per cent a year in the first half of 2018, according to the Office for National Statistics.
This is largely down to the fact that most companies are looking to create new, large, office space instead of developing office space that can be reused.
There is also a new “rent-to-cost” trend taking place, with companies renting their office space for lower rents than they would pay for it.
This means the cost of office buildings has been rising in line with inflation and rents have continued to rise.
The government has announced it will introduce a new rental subsidy scheme, but it will only cover the cost to the average tenant of £20 a week.
This will increase to £30 a week in 2021.
Businesses are also getting into the act with new “flex” rental policies, allowing them to rent out space for short periods of time.
Some businesses are also looking to introduce self-service rental schemes, which can be used for shorter periods.
The number of businesses renting their space out for less than the cost charged by their own property managers is increasing, according a new report by the British Chambers of Commerce.
There are also plans to introduce an office-share scheme, which would see companies using the space of others to house their own staff.
The UK is also expected to see more than 200,000 new jobs created in the construction sector over the coming years.
However there are some big questions about the future of this growth.
As part of the government’s plans to modernise the building sector, it will be introducing a new building-related tax credit for companies.
However it is unclear whether the new tax credit will be enough to attract more businesses to the UK, with some expecting the scheme to only help those businesses that can afford it.
There has also been some concern that the government could have a harder time attracting business if it doesn’t take the steps it needs to tackle the office sector.
For example, some companies have argued that the tax credit is not enough to pay for its spending on the building industry.
As the UK economy continues to grow and companies build up their businesses, it is difficult to see the government getting a clear sense of how it will spend its budget on the office industry in the years to come.
However the Government is not the only government department looking to improve the office space sector.
There have also been calls for more government-owned businesses to be allowed to open more offices.
However this is likely to cause a major backlash, with many in the building trades expressing concerns about the changes.
With the current uncertainty surrounding the future, the government will need to act quickly to get the UK moving again.