Of the many sectors facing hardship during the Covid-19 pandemic, few have been as hard hit as the hospitality, travel and tourism sector. With people around the world subject to ‘stay at home’ advice and even legislation, leisure activity outside the home (and outside the country) has pretty much ground to a halt. Click here to read on
As lockdown measures vary across the world, how can those in the hospitality, travel and tourism industry prepare their business for continued uncertainty?
Bruntwood Works announces development of one of the UK’s lowest Carbon workspaces, setting standard for future sustainable developments
Bruntwood Works’ £30m Ev0 development in Greater Manchester will meet the LETI 2020 design target for upfront carbon; the RIBA 2025 performance targets on whole life carbon and the UKGBC Paris Proof target on operational energy use.
Downtown in Business welcomed council and business leaders for a roundtable dinner to share their thoughts and ideas for the UK’s Real Estate Investment and Infrastructure Forum, which is taking place in Leeds between 17th-19th May 2022.