The commercial connectivity impact report

The majority (65%) of the UK’s commercial landlords have undertaken work to improve the digital connectivity of their buildings, with almost three quarters (72%) of tenants saying that poorly connected offices will become obsolete spaces.

As our dependency on technology continues to grow and the digital infrastructure needed to support this constantly changes, are we investing enough to ensure London is future proof?

Over the last year or so, we have strived to gain a better understanding of how important connectivity is when it comes to attracting – and keeping – tenants long term. Our latest research has helped educate landlords and occupiers on the subject of digital connectivity – it’s importance, how it is achieved and now we want to look to the future.

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John Gravett

Managing Director

Head office

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John Gravett
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Darren Zitren

Partner, head of infrastructure

Manchester

T +44 (0) 20 7647 7041
Darren Zitren, head of infrastructure, Cluttons
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