Posted by Ashley Patterson On 29th July 2014 In Corporate Property Strategy
The traditional corporate office lease is ill suited to many companies today, especially those in cyclical industries. If an organisation can’t reasonably predict under a business plan their requirement for traditional leased real estate then this should be reflected in their appetite for long leases. Easier said than done? Well, a significant part of our […] Read More
Posted by Ashley Patterson On 3rd July 2014 In Corporate Property Strategy
The traditional office lease paradigm can be cruel when it comes to cyclical businesses; the vast amount of sublease space seen in recent years sits in testimony to this. When you are in need of additional space so is everyone else, when you have too much so too does the rest of the market. Being […] Read More
Posted by admin On 19th October 2013 In Uncategorized
As Workplace specialists we have witnessed some interesting phenomena over the years. One example is that of the remotely implemented corporate office standard. In other words an office or other workspace designed and specified by people who never actually see it being built never mind when it’s finished. This is akin to building a house […] Read More
Posted by admin On 25th September 2013 In Uncategorized
At a recent seminar on workplace design I sat and listened to a senior interior architect extolling the virtues of a building his firm had designed for a bank. Read More