There is no doubt that office occupancy is on the way to recovery. Facilities Management Journal recently reported data from workplace technology company, Freespace , showing London office occupancy peaking at 42% in March 2022, the highest daily rate for the last two years.
The pandemic supercharged our need to create flexible spaces and now many of us, whatever setting we work within, are looking at how we reinforce this cultural change – encouraging a collective work ethic and still reflecting organisational values while utilising our space to reflect this new world we work within.
We have created a guide that looks at typical organisational responses to their occupation of office space in response to post-pandemic ways of working. We consider space requirements, capital and operational costs and expected project durations.