Central Working CEO on why the traditional office lease is dead

Eccleston Yards, London

Central Working’s Grant Powell tells Property Week why traditional offices are dead and how it is looking to the hospitality sector to inspire the flexible space of the future.

Powell knows a thing or two about leases. Since the company was founded in 2011, more than 10,000 SME employees have passed through Central Working’s 11 centres across the UK.

Property Week caught up with Powell at the company’s Eccleston Yards workspace in Victoria to find out why he thinks the leasing model is outdated, how he intends to grow the business and why he thinks the flexible workspace sector is due to undergo significant changes.

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