Marginal increase in UK’s office occupancy levels following the relaxation of Plan B measures in England
According to the latest data released by Remit Consulting, average office occupancy levels in the UK rose slightly in the week ending 21 January, which coincided with the withdrawal of the ‘Work from Home guidance’ that was introduced in England during December.
Average office occupancy levels in the UK fell by over ten percentage points, from 20.8% the previous week, to 10.7% in the week ending Friday 17 December, the lowest figure recorded since June, according to the latest data released by Remit Consulting.
· Remit Consulting’s research shows that the volume of office workers fell, following the announcement of new restrictions in England
The national average levels of office occupancy fell to 20.8% immediately after the announcement by the Prime Minister on Wednesday the 8th of December, in which he announced additional Covid-19 restrictions in England, including the call for people to ‘Work From Home’ if possible.
The average levels of office occupancy in London’s West End have exceeded 30% during November, despite dipping to 28.5% in the week ending Friday 26th November, according to the latest research published by Remit Consulting, these are the highest monthly figures seen since the start of the study.
• Daily average dips to 19.9% from in the week ending 15th October
Half-term week in England saw a marginal fall in the average occupancy rate of offices across the country, according to the latest research from Remit Consulting.
According to the management consultant’s Return Report, the average occupancy rate fell to 19.9% (against 20% the previous week).
The number of people working from their offices in the UK fell slightly last week, according to the latest figures from Remit Consulting.
The firm's ‘Return Report’ reveals that, for the week ending 22nd October, the national average occupancy rate fell back to 20%, a drop of two percentage points compared to the previous week (22%).