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August 9, 2022
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Majority of businesses plan to move to smaller but more focused offices in future

According to a new independent survey of over 500 senior business decision-makers, nearly three quarters believe COVID-19 will result in more UK businesses downsizing to smaller office spaces in the coming 12 months. Most also say they value the office and will be more focused on its strengths as part of the shift. The data from property developers Accumulate Capital claims to show how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected UK businesses and their commercial property needs. The research suggests that almost two-fifths (37 percent) of decision-makers said their business is planning to relocate to a smaller commercial space in the next…
Majority of businesses plan to move to smaller but more focused offices in future

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