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Adapting Your Workspace to the New World

In episode 2 of the series, we look at the key drivers of demand across the commercial property sector, what businesses are planning to do with their workspaces, how they can potentially take advantage of tax incentives for office refits, and what the office of the future looks like.

Joining in the conversation from Blick Rothenberg is Heather Powell, Head of Property & Construction and Sean Randall, Stamp Duty Partner. Our guest is James Saunders, Project Management Director at Arcadis, the leading global Design & Consultancy for natural and built assets.

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Our partner-led approach ensures that you receive high quality service from a team of high quality people. Combining technical expertise with personal integrity, we offer audit, accounting and business advisory services, as well as advice on corporate and personal tax matters.

Our partners and people focus on working collaboratively with businesses and individuals, so that we understand your overall affairs and can advise you effectively. We want to build strong, long-lasting relationships with you and recognise every client is unique, so that we can recommend bespoke, integrated solutions that will deliver on your objectives.

We understand that these can be varied and broad, and we carefully consider the right approach to our advice and the ultimate recommendation.

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