New ONS data revealed record-high construction output volumes in Q1 2022, which rose by 3.8% on the previous quarter. Repair & Maintenance work was the key driver of output growth, helped by storms in February and the return of office working which has increased demand for refurbishments.
Michael is a member of G&T’s market research team. He oversees our market analysis efforts, monitoring key trends and developments within the construction industry. Michael is involved in a number of our core publications, including G&T’s quarterly TPI reports and Market Updates.
Gavin is a lead partner in our Workplace sector acting for developers, funders and occupiers. An active member of the British Council for Offices, he sits on the Technical Affairs Committee and has contributed to the rewriting of their Guide to Specification 2009, 2014 and 2019 together with the Fit Out Guide of 2011.
Sustainability is a core value for Emily and she champions ESG through promoting good culture, diversity and inclusion and governance.
With a keen interest in market leading solutions for commercial developments, Stu specialises in the London office market and has extensive experience in base build developments and end user fit-outs.
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Office space has had to adapt and evolve throughout the decades and never more so than following the events of the last two years. G&T’s expertise in the central London office market working with both developers, funders and end users has provided key insights to the trends that are becoming drivers for change to the future of the office.
By Stuart Le Boutillier
In the last 10 years more than 2/3 of countries worldwide have adopted net zero carbon (NZC) commitments, with dozens implementing new regulation to reinforce these commitments, with at least a fifth of the world’s leading companies and a third of the UK’s biggest companies committed to net zero carbon targets. And this is just the beginning.
By Richard Francis