The UK care home sector has seen a minimal increase in in the number of beds but this is failing to keep up with demand, with the number of care home beds per 100 people over the age of 85 falling by 5 per cent since 2010, according to the latest research by leading global property adviser Knight Frank.
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Health & Safety Consultancy Arinite has analysed the current government guidelines on offices and contact centres to reveal how the office will look employees return to work.
Global property technology company, Equiem, has published the results of its most comprehensive global office occupier survey to date, providing landlords and tenants alike with insights into occupier sentiment amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, occupiers are reassessing their needs for office space as working from home has been implemented. On the back of the 2020 GDP decline, AEW is forecasting rents to come down by nearly 10 per cent this year.
Real estate fund managers and investors are squaring up to tackle twin threats of climate change and an affordability crisis in housing, which they say could create sea change in the real estate investment world, according to a new whitepaper by SEI.
Since 4 July, lots of UK businesses, industries and establishments returned to work with social distancing measures in place. However, for many, the post Covid-19 workplace looks very different. Adapting and being flexible to the new demands of work life is a key part in moving forward, but how are businesses planning on implementing this?
Data from Workthere’s third sentiment survey shows that enquires for flexible office space across Europe have almost tripled in the months from April to July as confidence returns to the market and many countries come out of lockdown.
According the latest bookings data from student accommodation provider Host, UK students are proving increasingly intent on starting university life in September in spite of the disruption caused by coronavirus.
Throughout the global Covid-19 pandemic, real estate news has been dominated by what it will mean for the future of offices, with media outlets speculating that occupiers will be ridding themselves of now ‘redundant’ prime real estate, keeping their workforce at home and saving money in the process.
etc.venues says it has seen strong evidence that many businesses are planning to give up having permanent offices. The company offers more than 270 meeting rooms mainly in London but also in Manchester, Birmingham and New York.