Do young people really need the office?

 It sometimes seems during the pandemic that the idea of the workplace has become invested with magical powers

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Goodbye to open office spaces? How experts are rethinking the workplace.

 The coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating workers’ worries about returning to jobs in these often debated floor plans.  Distracting, intrusive, and now a potential health hazard. The list of...

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Joanna Bourke: Why London HQs have a future after Covid-19

  Who knew what WFH meant before this year? I didn’t, albeit I may be behind the times. But, I reckon there are plenty, who, like me, had no clue what this acronym was until we recently became su...

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Coronavirus spread set to hit London’s leasing market

  The outbreak of Covid-19 will likely lead to a readjustment in rents and rent-free periods across London’s office market as landlords compete for fewer footloose tenants in a weaker, post-coron...

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The Anti-WeWork How Mark Dixon Built His Co-Working Company To Survive Coronavirus

Striding through trendy office space in London’s financial district in early March, Mark Dixon pauses to adjust a wooden wall panel that has come askew, then veers into a nearby meeting room with stun...

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Don’t blame coronavirus for WeWork’s collapse, blame WeWork

 The most hyped startup in the world is hanging by a thread. But WeWork’s blitzscaling strategy was always going to end in tears  With a final whimper, the dream of restoring WeWork to its f...

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The new millennial hotspot? The suburb

 But are businesses and landlords keeping up with demand for real estate outside city walls? The unstoppable rise of flexible working has many positives: a better work/life balance; fewer hours w...

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Flexible offices are not just an issue for the next generation

For as long as I have been in the industry, workspace has focused on the “next” generation whether that has been the overly-discussed millennials or Gen-Z.  As it has grown, the market for flexib...

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RICS must update its valuation methods if it wants to remain relevant

RICS’ move to regain any lost public trust in the chartered surveying profession is of course to be warmly welcomed. However, in focusing only on public trust, RICS is at risk of ignoring (and losing)...

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