With both the hospitality and commercial office sector re-opening, as the country moves closer to a post-Covid world, many businesses are now looking at how they will bring their staff back together. Whether that is returning to their old offices, or indeed moving to new premises, it is clear that working practices have changed significantly.

Home working is here to stay, and it is anticipated many companies will opt for a hybrid working strategy moving forward. Many firms now want to offer their workforce highly accessible and attractive workspace, to encourage people back to the office, whilst also allowing home working on a regular basis.

The modern office will therefore need, now more than ever, to move away from the traditional corporate offering, and adapt to these changing occupier needs. Providing a range of floor plates, innovative fit-out solutions to accommodate a blend of both formal and collaborative space, and a strong location with diverse accessibility, will be key to success.

At Lantern, there are flexible solutions available for all.

The building can currently be acquired either as a whole, floor-by-floor, or part-floor basis, from approx. 2,700 sq ft up to approx 19,000 sq. ft overall. Professionally designed fit-out solutions have already been visualised and costed, which can be tailored to occupier needs and delivered swiftly, whilst the best-in-class design and finishes in the space offer an attractive boutique/club feel throughout.

The brand new air conditioning system at Lantern provides fresh air to all floors. Each of the available suites benefit from exceptional natural light, and together with state-of-the-art lighting systems, Lantern offers highly attractive bright, spacious and productive workspaces.

There are also flexible parking solutions available here too, with a mix of both on-site parking and licenced parking held close by, which can be tailored to suit a variety of future business needs.

Source: Lambert Smith Hampton