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Finding Time for a London Office Lunch

Finding Time for a London Office Lunch

by Ian Kitchener

Finding time for lunch is certainly not as easy as it once was. It’s not a result of the credit crunch either. In fact, the time taken for lunch has been reducing for years; a trend that has seen delivery services and high speed food outlets have been springing up…

The Find a London Office Guide to Eating Out Part II

The Find a London Office Guide to Eating Out Part II

by Ian Kitchener

A popular restaurant that was recommended to us  is Shampers in Kingly Street, London W1, just on the Soho side of Regent Street, Mayfair.

Introducing The Find a London Office Guide to Eating Out

Introducing The Find a London Office Guide to Eating Out

by Michael Fraser

Our first blog mini-series. The Find a London Office Guide to Eating Out!

The office sick bay, does your office space have *everything*?

The office sick bay, does your office space have *everything*?

by Ian Kitchener

Following our post on office privacy, we’ve received a few emails saying that we missed one of the most important new requirements for the office that “has it all” – the sick bay! Suffice it to say there is an obvious use for a designated room for unwell staff…

Changing Office Requirements

Changing Office Requirements

by Ian Kitchener

Over the years we have helped numerous tenants find their perfect London office space and it has been interesting to note how some of their requirements have changed. Years ago tenants wanted their own “front door” and self contained buildings over numerous floors let at a premium. Over the…

Office privacy: who’s looking over your shoulder right now?

Office privacy: who’s looking over your shoulder right now?

by Michael Fraser

Have the benefits of the open plan office - efficiency, improved interaction, reduced amount of office - come at the cost of our privacy?

London car parking facilities may receive a facelift

London car parking facilities may receive a facelift

by Michael Fraser

The Outer London Commission has published a report concluding that a more flexible approach to parking policies may strengthen outer London town centres...

The Politics of Working Hours

The Politics of Working Hours

by Michael Fraser

There is a lot more behind the typical employee’s attitude towards working hours than many realise, particularly in London where many work longer hours and overtime. Flexible working is an accepted method used by many companies, but even where it is in place, the individual may have his or her…

Are business rates going to skyrocket? Is it time to enlist a ratings advisor?

Are business rates going to skyrocket? Is it time to enlist a ratings advisor?

by Ian Kitchener

The next revaluation for business rates is due on the 1st April 2010, based upon rental value at April 2008. And the rumours mill is going into overdrive...

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