Premier office space in Australian capital cities is lacking, according to AMP's Chris Judd.

Demand for office space in Brisbane and Melbourne has slowed, while in Perth it has held steady despite reports of the end of the mining boom and in Sydney the lack of premier office space means demand for such offices is robust, AMP’s head of property funds management, Chris Judd, says.

“In the short-term nation-wide the outlook [for office rents] is flat,” says Judd.


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