Remote workforce impacting residential developments
In 2017, across the UK 1.6 million people regularly worked remotely or from home. The rising number of people working from home in London has influenced property developers to include a co-working space or office area in residential developments. The amenities typically included in a residential space included a gym, coffee shop, lounge area, recreation room or even cinema, the idea of the co-working space in a residential building is becoming more common. In North London, residential developments such as Buxmead in Hampstead provides a business centre inclusive of typical office amenities such as boardrooms and private office spaces.
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