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The 6 top signs that you have outgrown your work place.
Post election and post Brexit, London's commercial property market looks set to move on from the stagnancy of the past few years.
We’re likely to experience new trends in commercial office designs in 2020 that will not only augment the way 21st century businesses like to work but encourage companies to think a little differently about their day-to-day operations.
There can be no doubt that businesses of all shapes, sizes and sectors have employees with varying personality traits. If we were all the same, life would be pretty boring, right? Nevertheless, as an owner of a growing business, you need to be able to provide a workplace environment that supports the working styles of all personality types in the office.
When it comes to contemporary open-plan office designs, breakout spaces are fast becoming more prevalent and desirable, helping to change the way employees socialise and work for the better.
Are you searching for a new headquarters for your business in the East Midlands area? The city of Derby should be front and centre as one of your first-choice locations. Derby is a city that has long held a proud tradition of manufacturing, primarily in the automotive and rail industries, with major corporations such as Rolls-Royce and Bombardier operating here.
If you are planning an office move, before you make a final decision on the interiors of your new workspace, it’s important to recognise the influential role that colours can play in the wellbeing and productivity of your employees, whilst ensuring your workplace remains ‘on-brand’.
If you are thinking of buying your very own commercial premises outright, a property survey will be a vital investment before signing on the dotted line. First and foremost, it’s important to differentiate between a property survey and a property valuation. A valuation will determine a market value for the workspace, based on its structural condition, but it won’t dig any deeper into the full extent of the building’s health.
There are several costs and charges with regards to general maintenance and upkeep of premises for commercial landlords. These are usually aimed to give tenants a safe and secure workplace but also for landlords to protect their investments.
Looking for new business premises? What to look for in your new manufacturing plant by Commercial Property experts Pall Mall