Rumours of the death of the office are greatly exaggerated

The changes to individual and organisational behaviour resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic leave a number of questions about what the long term consequences might be across many areas. One aspect is the role to be played by office spaces and how they might be re-imagined and adapted to meet future working and organisational requirements.  Real estate experts Laura Ludlow and Charles Staveley share their thoughts on those issues here in an article that first appeared in Cambridge University Land Society Magazine.

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