- Mitie extends its key role at the centre of the UK’s COVID response
- Appointed as supplier on the Crown Commercial Service agreement covering Local Authority COVID community testing sites
- New agreement is recognition of the vital work of Mitie’s frontline heroes
The seismic shift in our working lives is reflected in the Banner Post-COVID-19 Workplace Market Report, launched today.
The report from the UK’s largest workplace supplies and services company, analyses all the company’s vast reams of sales data from 2020 to identify changing patterns in UK organisations’ office behaviour.
Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan And AIMCo Sign Pre-Let And Announce Immediate Start To A Brand-New Building At Television Centre
Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo are pleased to announce the signing of a lease agreement with PVH Corp., parent company to brands including Calvin Klein and TOMMY HILFIGER, to relocate their U.K. headquarters to a brand-new building at Television Centre - 1 Wood Crescent.
The shortlisted nominees for the 2021 Construction Awards of Excellence, sponsored by principal sponsor Payapps, have been announced.
The winners will be revealed at the awards ceremony to be held online on April 15th.
A new technical briefing has been launched to keep door hardware professionals at the forefront of changes to conformity marking.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has responded to a new package of policy measures aimed at improving the energy and carbon performance of commercial and industrial buildings in England and Wales.
Axis Security, one of the UK’s fastest growing and most respected security companies, has been recognised as one of the country’s most ‘outstanding’ businesses in a national awards scheme.
- Mitie has expanded its relationship with Birmingham Airport, securing a new three-year baggage screening and passenger assistance contract
- The new contract will see Mitie work closely with Birmingham Airport to ensure it can flexibly support the airport as travel restrictions ease and passengers return to flying
FreeOfficeFinder predicts the office won’t die, it’ll just get smaller
- Leading serviced office agent FreeOfficeFinder reports that 35 percent of firms are planning on taking smaller offices
- The average desk rates in London and the UK decreased by more than 7 percent from January 2020 to January 2021
- Almost two-thirds cite employee demand for flexible working as a factor, with an average reduction of space at 20 percent per company
- The importance of the office for in-person interactions and ‘light bulb’ moments will still prove a draw
- Record numbers of start-ups and unbeatable deals will see demand for small offices rise