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Starting to notice buildings – guest blog

This blog is the work of a millennial! Ciara is starting her career and knows very little about work, the workplace or the workforce.  She has agreed to join the Beyond the Workplace Big Conversation to learn more about the topic and to provide her views on life,...
Taking to the Streets

Taking to the Streets

Beyond the Workplace took its first major step on Thursday with over 50 people meeting in Trafalgar Square to experience Street Wisdom, kickstarting the Big Conversation in earnest. For most, it was a completely different experience and for some it provided remarkable...
Beyond the Workplace – why we need to act now!

Beyond the Workplace – why we need to act now!

Enough is enough I said to myself on 24th October last year coming away from the Workplace Trends conference. We live in a world which is full of change, uncertainty and complexity;  as people involved in workplaces we continue to debate rather than take action. Frank...
London’s White City – a vision starting to take shape

London’s White City – a vision starting to take shape

It’s great when a plan works out. Last Wednesday, I participated in a London First forum entitled: “Go West and Innovate: Opportunity White City.” The purpose was to outline the progress being made on regenerating the White city area of the London Borough of...
Television Centre – Next Chapter Unveiled

Television Centre – Next Chapter Unveiled

A few weeks ago Stanhope plc unveiled its master plan proposals for a new look Television Centre which prompted me to get back into blogging.The last few months have been pretty hectic and there just wasn’t time to think about Spaces&Places. As leader of the...

Welcome to my new blog

Welcome to my new blog which builds on my BBC Blog. After a few years of contributing to the BBC blog and following the sale of Television Centre, I have embarked on a new phase of my career which has lead me to decide to start afresh with my blogging.  I do hope you...