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August 19, 2022
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Hybrid working must be at heart of plans for regeneration and growth, claims new report

A new report from think tank Demos and Legal & General calls on the UK Government to back policy change that supports growth of hybrid working and local offices to drive forward its plans for regeneration and economic growth. The report, Post Pandemic Places, claims that huge increases in home working, coupled with a desire for continued flexibility, could support significant increases in local spending. On the back of the findings, the report calls on the government to incentivise the establishment of more local offices and hybrid working initiatives. According to the new research, 65 percent of the working population…
Hybrid working must be at heart of plans for regeneration and growth, claims new report

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