As more of us move to flexible working potentially long-term, the latest in our Evolving Cities series looks at how these changes will reshape our towns and cities, from the emergence of urban hubs to the need for improved connectivity.
We look at everything from environmental considerations of returning to the office to data protection issues of co-working spaces to getting the delicate balance of employee privacy and productivity monitoring right.
This report contains insight from Simon Peacock, Lead Director South & Wales Region at JLL, who offered his opinion on how city centres will evolve and how the development of suburban hubs could help businesses retain the positive benefits of flexible working.
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