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Top 10 Serviced Office Spaces in London

Our consultants at Search Office Space travel the length and breadth of London in order to find the very best serviced office spaces for our [...]

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Ambarish Mitra wins Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2016

Ambarish Mitra has been crowned the overall winner of Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2016. He is CEO and co-founder of the [...]

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How long is long term?

Conventional leases are beginning to mirror the flexible way of working that occupiers are embedding into their business plans. This is a move away from [...]

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Leeds’s Longevity

The Leeds City Region (LCR), a partnership consisting of cities surrounding Leeds, has stated one of its main ambitions is to have a city region [...]

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Work should be more like university

Before you think this is a hyperbolic ‘future of work’ statement, or a radically ambitious design idea to attract ‘Millennials’ and ease their transition from [...]

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The Powerful Property Prism

As flexibility in the workplace becomes more prominent via government policies on flexible working hours and increased focus on the future of work, it isn’t always necessary [...]

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You cannot be serious!

Growing up in a household with three sisters and a very independent thinking and strong willed mother (and my father), my ideas on gender equality [...]

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The quiet revolution…don’t worry, there’s no bloodshed!

I have just read a fascinating piece by Philip Tidd, Gensler’s Head of Consulting for EMEA. He articulates brilliantly the change in the workplace driven by the continuing [...]

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The “war for talent”

Following on from last week’s blog looking at the evolving relationship between HR and real estate, it is very timely to see Cushman and Wakefield [...]

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How aligned is HR with Corporate Real Estate?

While walking around the City yesterday it struck me that I have been pushing the significance of the relationship between people, technology and real estate, [...]