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The impact of eBusiness on the City of London office market

Dixon, T. and Marston, A., (2004) The impact of eBusiness on the City of London office market. Project Report. CEM Reading, Reading. ISBN 1899769994

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The City of London is a major financial centre where the property market is heavily dependent on the space requirements of office occupiers. Technological change, however, is changing the way in which organisations conduct their business and is challenging the continued locational pull of the City. This research presents findings from a major survey of City occupiers carried out by The College research team during 2002. The research examines how the shape and form of the office property market in the City will be affected by process change in eBusiness and related technology over the next 5 years. The report, which includes an extensive literature review, examines the implications of increased homeworking and other trends for future office supply in the City. The research was funded by the Worshipful Company of Chartered Surveyors Trust (Toby Sutton Research Award), and part of the literature review by the Small Business Support Research Unit of DTI. It is essential reading for surveyors, planners, facilities managers and all those interested in the technology and property interface.

Item Type:Report (Project Report)
Divisions:Science > School of the Built Environment > Urban Living group
ID Code:35654
Publisher:CEM Reading

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