10th March 2016
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Why better office design equals better mood

The definition of workplace is changing – and so are too its responsibilities to people’s health and wellbeing. With more people spending more time at work than ever before, the balance between life and work is blurring and it’s become more important […]
25th February 2016
Where costs arise during an office move

Where costs arise during an office move

If you’re planning to move office, you’ll undoubtedly expect to see some expense; it’s almost impossible to relocate a business without spending a little money. From business downtime, to the cost of a removal firm, and from new furniture to a complete […]
17th February 2016

What you need to consider during an office refurb

As businesses in the UK expand, many offices across the country are experiencing the benefits of a favorable office refurbishment. Whether your office has aged over time in terms of practicality or simply looks a little tired, investing in an office revamp […]
10th February 2016
Workspace Design and Build

Workspace growth continues in Leeds

Workspace will refurbish Yorkshire House in Leeds after securing a contract worth more than £2 million. The Manchester business, which almost doubled its headcount in the past two months, will fit-out the building on Greek Street over a 30-week period. The 83,000 […]
9th February 2016

How to maximise the productivity of a workspace

Every business should continually try to improve its productivity and get the most impact out of its staff and office space for both the long- and short-term. Recent problems in the UK and global economy have made productivity an increasingly-important issue for […]
2nd February 2016
Mancunian devolution affect the regional office market

How will Mancunian devolution affect the regional office market?

In 2014, the government and the leaders of Greater Manchester’s 10 councils agreed to a devolution deal, which determined that budget decisions worth at least £2 billion would be made by local leaders rather than those in Westminster. Shortly afterwards, the £6 […]