Despite growing political uncertainty in 2018, in the build up to the UK’s imminent withdrawal from the EU, the UK Office market, and specifically the Central London market, has remained a resilient and attractive asset class to both domestic and foreign investors.

This sector contributed 42% of the total UK commercial property transaction volumes during the year.

Such demand, particularly in the City of London, has been driven by Financial and Tech industries. Citigroup Inc for example, have made their post-Brexit stance clear with a proposed £1.2bn bid to acquire 25 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, from Middle Eastern owners, AGC Equity Partners.