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How does sustainability influence workplace design?
We recently explored which sustainable workplace accreditation is right for your business, and the next step in the process is understanding how sustainability influences the design phase of your project. We caught up with head of SME design Stephanie Di Losa to find out more.

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What awaits us when we return to the post-COVID office?
The coronavirus pandemic has altered our society completely, and many aspects of our daily lives have been disrupted. The new measures that have been put in place will be more apparent than ever as our workforce prepares to return to offices and commercial spaces – meaning businesses have to work to find a ‘new normal’.

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Meet Ian Horstead, Head of Client Focus
Ian Horstead, Head of Client Focus at Peldon Rose discusses how as businesses evolve over time, the workplace environment needs to adapt with it – with zero impact on the employee.

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Calling all landlords! How do you prepare your building for reoccupation?
Landlord project designer Jess Wing interviews COO Alan Jamieson on how we approached the reoccupation of Sterling House - from a landlord’s perspective.

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Which sustainable workplace accreditation is right for your business?
Research has shown that Generation Z and Millennial's strongly believe that they have a social responsibility to change the way in which we are treating the planet. They are force for change and would be prepared to take a pay cut to work for a socially responsible company. So, how do occupiers and landlords go about creating a sustainable workplace? With four of our most recent project completions all receiving top environmental and sustainable accreditation's, Head of Enterprise Mark Agius goes into more detail.

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Refurbish, relocate, or have you considered a Ready-to-work space?
Article by Thomas Vooght, Landlord, Cat A + and ready-to-work designer

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How to prepare your office for reoccupation
Article by Alan Jamieson, COO. In May the Government released an in depth set of guidelines to instruct offices and contact centers how to operate safely, meaning businesses will need to adapt their current working environment under COVID-19 health and safety restrictions.

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Why its not a WFH revolution
Article by Jitesh Patel, CEO of Peldon Rose. There’s no doubt that we’ve all been thrown into a global ‘WFH bubble’. And in general - we’ve coped quite well. This is a real testament to the tenacity and dedication of the workforce. Teams have remained motivated and have continued to provide clients with a high level of service during this global crisis.

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