Apple will account for 40% of the development’s total office space. Apple is to establish a new London headquarters at Battersea Power Station, one of the city’s most recognisable landmarks. The tech giant will occupy about 500,000 sq ft of space across six floors of the central Boiler House from 2021, moving 1,400 employees there from eight offices […]
With the Rio Olympics opening ceremony just two days away, serviced office business centres in London and all over the UK are gearing up to support clients and their staff.
With new serviced offices and flexible workspaces opening all the time it’s exciting when a new development is a little out of the ordinary. The team at Grangewood Investments Ltd are developing a new and inspiring workspace design using shipping containers in Loughton, Essex called Cr@te.
We’ve been focusing on the various different types and locations of workspace across the UK in our recent blogs. We’ve covered everything from the differences between period and modern glass buildings to waterfront office space. This week we are taking a more detailed look in to one of the featured workspaces in our article on unusual office space where we covered new and existing spaces that are pushing the accepted boundaries of workspace design.
With property funds being closed almost daily, the reaction to Brexit in the UK property sector has been making headlines almost every day.
With the referendum looming on 23rd June, there have been many polls asking UK voters how they will vote when faced with their ballot paper in the booth on the big day. But what do UK business owners think? Loc8 Commercial, the leading property broker, invited 500 UK small business owners to answer five simple questions on the Brexit argument.
In recent weeks we have been bombarded with arguments from both sides of the Brexit debate regarding the benefits for UK businesses if we leave the EU or decide to stay.
This year the level of office construction across London has soared to an all time high according to Deloitte Real Estates annual London Office Crane Survey.
With just over six weeks to go until the referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU on 23rd June, the polls are suggesting the vote will be too close to call with a 50/50 split.
It’s only six weeks until the UK goes to the polls to decide if the country should remain in the European Union. On June 23rd people can decide to stay or leave after over 40 years of membership.
Here we ask UK business owners if they think Brexit will be good or bad for their businesses. We are particularly keen to hear the views of serviced office providers, flexible workspace providers and businesses who use these services.
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Thank you for your time. We will be publishing the results of the survey on 16th May on our social media channels and here on the blog.