• Coronavirus has caused a rapid shift in working practices over the last year, with the way many people work having changed, perhaps forever.

      Many businesses owners are now considering their options, such as permanent flexible working for employees and the downsizing of office premises.

      In this one-hour webinar, commercial property and planning law experts, Ash Jilani and Lee May, will look at the practical and legal considerations for employers when planning for the future.

      Webinar content

      • The commercial property market in the pre-COVID world
      • Lessons from lockdown
      • The COVID-secure lease
      • Use of current office space – options for the short term
      • Creating new work places in the medium-term – the practical and legal issues
      • A long-term view – speculation and our predictions
      • Understanding when planning permission is required
      • Navigating national and local planning policy

      The webinar is free to attend, and there will be the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the session.

      Who should attend?

      Business owners and those involved in strategic planning within their organisation. This webinar may also be of value to surveyors.

    • Key details

    • Date: Tuesday 20 April 2021

      Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

      Type: Webinar

      Cost: FREE

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      Webinar joining instructions

      We use Citrix GoToWebinar as our webinar presentation platform.

      Once you register your place on the webinar, you will receive an email containing the link to access the GoToWebinar platform from your PC, Mac or tablet. Simply click on the link in the email to join the ‘The future workplace’ webinar on 20 April.

      A recording of the webinar will be available after the live session.

      Disclaimer: The content of ‘The future workplace’ webinar is for guidance purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Information correct at time of recording on 20 April 2021.
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