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Electrical course grads may welcome renewed London property interest

Those who are currently taking - or who have already completed - electrical courses may be able to apply their skills in commercial properties in London in the future, as one sector commentator has noted renewed interest in the market.

Clive Bull, head of central London investment at real estate investor Cushman & Wakefield, explained that those who are keenest to pour money into property in the city are from overseas.

He noted that this is because international investors tend to target larger cities first - perhaps to take advantage of the concentrated populations - before moving into smaller, less densely populated areas at a later date.

Mr Bull continued by noting that outside London, the most prolific investors tend to be parties from within the UK.

"Across the board you are seeing a greater demand for property. It is international investors, but outside London there is big demand coming back from the institutions," he concluded.

The expert made his comments after recent figures from Knight Frank indicated that London is the most expensive city in Europe to rent prime office space.

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