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COMMENT: A recent report by Cushman & Wakefield caught my eye. It said that flexible workspace providers took more than 21% of central London office space in 2017, and accounted for four of the top 10 biggest takers of space in the past five years, writes Tim Roberts, head of offices at British Land.

C&W asked the question on everyone’s lips: what does this mean for traditional office space, and has the flexible office market reached saturation point?

I agree that flexibility, improved service and the working environment are crucial, but that doesn’t mean that flexible workspace or