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Landmark completes refurbishment of eight UK sites

Professional workspaces provider, Landmark, has completed the refurbishment of its buildings in Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester – Spinningfields and the city centre – as well as four in the City of London, at Cannon Street, the Royal Exchange, Gracechurch Street and Bishopsgate ...

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Flexible principles

Office environments are changing as space becomes multifunctional. Julian Sharpe, principal director at TP Bennett, looks at the benefits and drawbacks of this trend and asks if shared spaces require a different FM regime  The world of office design is ...

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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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Meet and greet

Receptions are evolving to meet the changing needs of today’s office buildings. But there’s still a long way to go Just as changing workspaces reflect the changing nature of organisations, receptions are becoming more than a waiting area where a ...

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Workplace technologies

The challenges posed by emerging technologies was the area of discussion at Quora Consulting’s June Smartworking Summit where a group of eminent speakers gave delegates some cause for optimism regarding a brave new digitised workplace. Sara Bean reports The latest ...

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Improve employee wellbeing with workplace detox

Employee wellbeing is being jeopardised by ‘toxic’ workplaces according to multi-national engineering firm AECOM, who says while most responsible organisations recognise the importance of keeping their employees safe, the same focus is not currently given to wellness. With 9.9 million ...

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In the zone

Has open plan had its day? Mark Conway of Active FM argues that a more intelligent approach is needed in workplace design, while Howard Barnes of 360Degrees says organisations need to consider their own unique personality Today’s office is undergoing ...

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Getting ready for the ‘Gig Workers’

By: Stephanie Hamilton, managing director, ISS Food & Hospitality Generation Z refers to those born in the late 90’s and ‘noughties’. They are the ‘swipe, don’t type’ technology users, they find the 3D screens in the film ‘Minority Report’ dated ...

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New study by BCO and Savills reveals what workers want

While many workers seek flexibility in where and how they work, new research from the British Council of Offices (BCO) in partnership with Savills has revealed that working from home has become less appealing. In the third edition of What ...

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How beneficial are whacky designs in a modern day office?

Every time people bring up interiors or office redesigns in print or at conferences you can bet your life it won’t be long before someone brings up “Google’s offices” or something similar. Are these whacky designs actually relevant or beneficial ...

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