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A sure bet

Flutter Entertainment Plc, the global business behind brands such as Paddy Power, FanDuel, Sky Bet and Betfair has opened its €15.5 million global headquarters in Dublin, providing a truly stand-out destination office for a progressive and people-orientated business Totalling 164,000 ...

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Tried & trusted

Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has transformed staff catering for the better by partnering with FM consultants Neller Davies and workplace caterer BM to bring the service back in-house. Piers Zangana reports In 2012, a study co-authored ...

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Legal activity

Internationally recognised law firm, Kingsley Napley’s office move to an ‘activity-based’ flexible working environment was a result of a close partnership with interior architects KKS Savills and Rainbow, which supplied and installed much of the furniture that supports new ways ...

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Heart of fashion

London College of Fashion, part of University of the Arts London (UAL), is moving from six separate buildings to an inclusive and sustainable new single site in 2023. Sara Bean took an exclusive tour into the heart of the innovative ...

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At the Market

FMJ views the Market, the new food and dining areas on level two at 22 Bishopsgate to learn how award-winning studio DesignLSM has created the perfect space for new ways of working Workplace catering has taken a huge hit over ...

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Medical review

One year on from mobilising the hard FM services contract for the BMA’s Grade II listed HQ building in London, Artic’s Marketing Manager Charlotte Pinder and BMA’s Head of UK Estates Ian Wade, discuss how the partnership is progressing The ...

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Grade II Devonshire Campus’ office space unveiled

Case Study – Lara Bean reports on the transformation of office space at the historic Devonshire Square campus.  London’s historic Devonshire Square campus which was once part of a warehouse for the East India Trading Company has been refurbished. Asset ...

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Hospitable surroundings

Community is at the core of The Fisheries, a co-working space in London’s Hackney. Benugo founder Hugh Warner has applied his background in hospitality to create a place where members have plenty of opportunities to interact When Hugo Warner (the ...

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Going to THE CORE

The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly changed the way we see the office. For a glimpse into the way it is evolving to meet the challenges to come we take a virtual tour of THE CORE by Bene, an innovative office ...

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Preserving the past

The installation of technology which enables the live real-time monitoring of an historic building could revolutionise how we protect and preserve heritage sites finds Sara Bean During the pandemic one of the most longed for aspects of normal life has ...

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