Julian Free explains why vacant property management calls for a layered approach
The Bank of England recently predicted that the UK’s current economic downturn will be the longest on record, resulting in a slowdown of UK construction and commercial activities. This news is expected to further drive up the number of vacant commercial properties in London, which has already seen a 50 percent increase since 2019 due to the rise of the hybrid working model brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Similar trends are anticipated to follow suit nationwide.As a . . .