Working from Home

JOHN JACKSON, INDUSTRY EDITOR

Working from home has quickly progressed from being an initial response to the pandemic to becoming an established way of working. With Phil Jardine, Partner and Head of Real Estate at law firm Blake Morgan we discuss the consequences this change in working patterns will have on the demand for office space, and how this could impact on our Built Environment.

23 October 2020
Built Environment
21 October 2020
Business News Pembrokeshire
19 October 2020
Guest Author
19 October 2020
John Jackson
16 October 2020
Built Environment
16 October 2020
Built Environment
15 October 2020
Built Environment
14 October 2020
14 October 2020
Mark Powney
13 October 2020
Built Environment
13 October 2020
Built Environment
13 October 2020
Mark Powney

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