As companies reduce office-space requirements to accommodate staff more likely to work from home, tenants are starting to demand spaces that more ably accommodate flexible working and the renewed focus on wellbeing in the workplace.
With Messrs Branson and Musk now offering joyrides into orbit for a mere £200,000 or so, you could be forgiven for thinking that the ‘space race’ is over.
IWG has announced a partnership with Tesco to launch a flexible workspace in one of the supermarket giant’s London stores, as part of a longer-running mixed-use retail play.
US flexible office brand Serendipity Labs is set to debut its first UK location in Salford, Property Week can reveal.
Florence, a social care staff app, has taken flexible workspace at Foundry at Brindleyplace in Birmingham.