HLM London Studio

HLM Architects with partners Avison Young and realestateworks have teamed up to study emerging real estate portfolio and workplace strategies, gaining insight from the views of global real estate leaders.

Whether you represent a multi-national corporation, local government or public sector agency, the long-term fallout of the pandemic could mean a material change to your operating model for both the real estate platform and workforce strategy required. To adapt to the uncertain business and economic environment, organisations across the spectrum are revisiting their operating models, their outsourcing strategies, supply chains, workforce plans and digital transformation strategies.

HLM Architects with partners Avison Young and realestateworks have teamed up to study emerging real estate portfolio and workplace strategies, gaining insight from the views of global real estate leaders.

The research, supported by the RICS, will explore the long-term impacts on occupiers’ real estate portfolio planning and workplace strategies as organisations across the public and private sectors revisit their requirements.

As property leaders we invite you to take part in this study to help understand and shape future thinking by completing the survey – https://tinyurl.com/ybbmr8d4

Chairman and Asset & Workplace Lead, Richard O’Neill, HLM Architects, said, “Real Estate Portfolio and Workplace Strategies are evolving, and organisations are beginning to reassess their operating models and strategies in preparation to adapt for the future. We are taking part in this thought-provoking research with our partners to help shine some light on what these strategies will look like in both the medium- and long-term future, post pandemic”.

Paul Bagust, Global Property Standards Director of the RICS comments “The research team of experts in their own fields will bring a different dimension to the current debate about the impact of the pandemic by exploring longer term, strategic impacts that cut across all sectors of the economy. This is a great opportunity for real estate leaders across the globe to express and share their views allowing us to work together as a community with a common aim of supporting business and creating sustainable communities. I would encourage you to participate.”

All survey respondents will receive the detailed findings and conclusions and will have the opportunity to raise questions with the research team while the questionnaire is ‘live’.

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