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Capital’s best workplaces honoured at the British Council for Offices’ annual Regional Awards

Five London businesses celebrated success last night, with Bloomberg, White Collar Factory, Havas UK, Here East and 10 Lower James Street all recognised as some of the best workplaces in the capital at the British Council for Offices’ (BCO) regional ...

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Fluid workspace

When Morrison Utility Services took over smart metering operations for Thames Water, one of the team’s first moves was to create a workspace that supported its open, collaborative, customer-focused ethos Some of the most important organisations in the UK are ...

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Breakout and Breakthrough

Our new understanding of the risks of sedentary working is transforming the office, says Mark Eltringham, as furniture designers and FMs seek to keep people healthy and active One of the most talked-about office design trends right now is activity-based ...

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Measuring the world’s workplaces – how the best beat the rest

Great employee workplace experience is fast being acknowledged as the foundation to heightened employee engagement. An elite group of employers have recognised this and are using workplace as a tactical tool in competitive advantage. This March, Leesman hosted an event ...

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Workplace consumerisation is fast becoming a priority for occupiers

Nearly two-thirds of companies (62 per cent) plan to increase their investment in real estate technology over the next three years, most of them in the next year, according to the 2018 EMEA Occupier Survey from global real estate advisor, ...

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Hilson Moran gains first WELL Certified Gold rating outside of London

Hilson Moran’s Manchester office located in Bruntwood’s Neo Building on Charlotte Street is the third project to be WELL Certified within the UK and the first UK project outside of London to receive a Gold level certification. The international multi‑disciplinary ...

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Google gets best office vote

Google is the office in which British employees would most like to work, according to research conducted by Office Genie. Google’s London HQ, equipped with a swimming pool, games area, running track and roof-top garden, is a workplace most could only ...

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Property sector needs to be ready for seismic impact of new technology

Seismic impact of new technology will change where and when we work and the property sector needs to be ready finds conference. It won’t be the effect of one new technology that will affect the corporate real sector – but ...

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Workplace Trends Conference: The changing nature of work

When it comes to predicting the workplace of the future, the autumn Workplace Trends conference has built up a high level of credibility since it was launched 15 years ago. During that period, the conference, which is curated by Environmental ...

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Village people

As organisations compete for talent, FMs need to work towards inclusive workspaces catering for diverse age groups, personalities and cultures. Leeson Medhurst, Director of 360 Workplace, explains In the battle to attract talent, the role of the workplace is becoming more ...

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