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Who is the Science Occupier?26 Oct 2021Science tenant reportThe new study examines the growth of the science sector and considers the delivery of science space in both new and existing buildings. It outlines some of the challenges and opportunities that are likely to be encountered and provides a roadmap for developers, owners and property professionals to address the current supply and demand needs of the sector.
Counting the Cost of Covid-19: Cost and Value Implications of Covid-Related Design Changes To Office Buildings27 Jul 2021Cost of covidThe pandemic is reinforcing evolving trends in office design that have been under consideration for some time – wellbeing, improved ventilation systems and general product improvement/evolution. This is being further accelerated more recently by the environmental and sustainability agenda.
Affordable Workspace: A Solution, Not a Problem01 Jul 2021Affordable workspaceThis report undertaken by Savills seeks to answer some of the following questions: could adding affordable workspace to mixed-use schemes add value? Would re-use of the buildings that are already in the right places be a greener, better way to go? Should Local Authorities play a more proactive role, either by buying assets outright or entering into long leases to gain control of pricing and the building’s social and economic outputs?
Thoughts on Office Reoccupation After Covid-1925 May 2021Office reoccupation after covid-19Pre-pandemic a growing number of organisations were already moving towards a more flexible working model reducing the number of fixed desks, driving higher utilisation levels through desk sharing strategies and freeing up space to either reduce costs or provide a wider range of workplace settings and social spaces. The pandemic has accelerated this process and we are likely to see an irreversible move towards more agile and flexible practices. This flexible approach will increase the attraction of the central head office as a place to meet and gain access to enhanced facilities and technologies and/or to take advantage of a distributed office network made up of smaller strategically located hubs. This in turn can help to support organisations and their people to be more productive, embrace technology and focus on wellbeing and sustainability. This research addresses not only some of the broader questions of the future of the office, but also some of the key design aspects that occupiers and their advisors may have to consider.
The Future of the Office in the Post-Pandemic Work Environment11 May 2021The Future of Office Post PandemicA year on from the start of the pandemic the purpose of the office seems to be changing and its culture evolving. The consensus of organisations appears to be that a combination of working at home, in the office and in a half-way house offers flexibility and agility sufficient to turn the office into a tool for successful change for its occupants.
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