RE: VISITED – The Great Office Occupier/Developer Debate follow-on series brings together some of the key themes from our 2021 debates, alongside reflections of the past year and how the real estate industry is evolving to meet the new challenges around the issues of sustainability, lease flexibility and wellbeing. 

Part four in our six part series looks at how landlords can respond to the ongoing challenge that the return to the workplace presents, and what opportunities exist for landlords to add value to an occupier's experience.

The requirements of organisations returning to the workplace in a post-pandemic scenario have undoubtedly been influenced by the learnings we have all experienced during the pandemic. As these business requirements continue to go through a state of flux, occupiers will be looking to their landlords to match the changes in demand.

Will we start to see space being offered more like a hotel or retail space to match expectation and need? Workspaces should become more dynamic and capable of being reconfigured quickly to suit an occupier’s changing needs. This may be more of a ‘stage-setting’, whereby the evolving work-settings require changes of scenery and props. Speed and agility in effecting changes will be all important success factors.

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