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Fora and The Office Group
Fora and TOG announce proposed merger
London, 14 March 2022: TOG (The Office Group) and Fora announce that they have agreed to merge, subject to regulatory approval. The combined group’s aim is to be the premier flexible workspace company in the UK and Europe, bringing together two highly complementary businesses with similar cultures and high quality, design-led workspaces.
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Derwent London
Fora lets 6-8 Greencoat Place for opening in Victoria next year
Fora, the premium flexible workspace provider, is taking a 15-year lease with no breaks on the six-floor Derwent London scheme in Victoria, totalling 32,400 sq ft of imaginatively remodelled warehouse-style office.
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Raconteur
The office isn’t dead, it’s different
Organisations are thinking twice before committing to a long-term office lease in the current climate, so flexible workspaces are increasingly attractive to relocate teams as employees emerge from lockdown
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British Vogue
For Many, Life Right Now Is Precarious
In ‘Get Your Greens’, an ongoing series in line with Earth Day, British Vogue explores how the industry is advancing towards a greener future.
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Best Companies
Top Job: Fora employees voted us a top UK workplace
London's 50 Best Companies to Work for 2021 - This is a list of the very best companies in the capital in 2021.
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Bloomberg
A London Landlord Rethinks the Office of the Future
Enrico Sanna is doing all he can to protect tenants in his London office buildings from Covid-19. He’s installed hands-free sinks and thermal imaging cameras in the lobbies, and every visitor gets a cloth mask.
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The Guardian
Desperate UK Covid home workers renting solace from nimble-footed firms
Offers of desk space, good wifi and refreshment are helping hotels and others to balance their books
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The Evening Standard
Out of office forever? Inside the future of work
WFH, distanced desks and no more water-cooler chats — our jobs are changing for good. Samuel Fishwick reports.