Accommodating the next-generation occupier

Predicting future office trends is notoriously difficult, but those in the know see key themes emerging. Here Land Securities’ London portfolio head of commercial Kaela Fenn-Smith sets out her thoughts on accommodating the next generation of modern occupiers

How important is it for the real estate sector to stay up to date on what creative and cultural occupiers want?

To stay successful I would argue that we don’t just need to keep up – we need to anticipate what they want before they even know it themselves. This means looking at modern business…

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