This morning, City AM has reported that more than a quarter (26%) of UK businesses will either close, downsize or consolidate their offices in the coming months, as companies move to hybrid working models. More than half (53%) of businesses plan to offer more flexible or remote working policies, while 30 per cent are expecting employees in the office between one and three days per week, research by YouGov for HR tech firm Applaud found.
The new look Manor Café at Howbery Business Park has opened its scenic outdoor seating area again to members of the public. The café is also offering a takeaway service with collection from the recently refurbished service counter which has been moved to a spacious spot in the redecorated café. The café has changed its… Read More »
In moving onto Howbery Business Park recently, IPEC is planning ahead for a time when its clients from the international power industry can visit its characterful office in the former stables. Not only is Howbery attractive and easy-to-access, but it’s also well situated for IPEC to take clients to London to show them its monitoring… Read More »
Pure Network Engineering Group, which supplies high-tech industries with engineered components, has moved into an office in Howbery Business Park’s historic Manor House. Managing Director Carl Joy needed a professional environment to run his business which supplies manufactured parts to clients of varying size in sectors such as motorsport, medical equipment, electric vehicles, aerospace, energy,… Read More »