Building resilient workspaces

Panel on building resilient workspace

Our half-day conference on 23 January explored the state of the market, the social and economic value of workspaces, the implications of the GLA’s pilot accreditation scheme and, most importantly, how we can deliver workspaces that work for London’s future.

Local trusts: helping them help Londoners

Providing community services, space and connections is getting tougher. Historically the domain of churches and temples and technically a council responsibility, this key element of local support relies on vulnerable funding – and lots of good will. Local trusts have been delivering that support for decades, and it may be time for them to play a bigger role.

Creating thriving workplaces through wellbeing and productivity

Workspace interior, courtesy of WSP

This is a guest post from Harry Knibb, Principal Consultant for Sustainable Places, WSP, as part of Future of London’s Workspace for All event. Our climate is changing, resources are finite, society is becoming older, lonelier and facing new health challenges, and technology is evolving at a faster rate than ever … Read more

Workspace for all: fostering affordability, support and inclusion

Workspace composite, Building Resilient Workspaces

Co-working spaces, accelerators, incubators, makerspaces and artist studios are essential to London’s start-up and creative communities. Demand for shared and affordable workspace is high and the industry is enjoying fast growth[1]. Future of London is a longstanding champion of SME workspace. Its Workspace That Works programme reached 200+ cross-sector organisations through … Read more

Workspace that Works: report launch

On 21 February, Future of London launched our Workspace that Works report, looking at the links between SME workspace provision and regeneration, and what role local authorities can play.