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Landmark


An introduction to flexible working


As the government eases lockdown restrictions and workers return to the offi ce, few of them want to go back to how it was before. Now is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for


businesses to cut their ties to traditional offi ce space and introduce fl exible working. As offices lay empty during the pandemic,


many employers realised they could reduce overheads, improve productivity, and retain and attract workers with the work/life balance they crave if they switched to an agile working alternative. Landmark is one of the biggest, most respected


providers of serviced offi ces, with over 40 locations across London and the UK, including two in Milton Keynes – Milton Keynes Central and Milton Keynes Pinnacle. Founded 21 years ago, Landmark combines


outstanding customer care with gimmick-free professional working environments, including offi ces, co-working space and meeting rooms that support fl exible working.


Instead of a fi xed lease, it off ers licence terms giving you more


freedom and room to fl ex within your contract – such as moving to another centre within the group.


Pay only for what you need Do you need as much workspace as you had before the pandemic? T ink about taking a private fl oor or a private offi ce at one of Landmark’s Milton Keynes centres and introducing hotdesking. T e offi ces are discrete and self-contained, plus there’s unlimited


access to Club Space – Landmark’s co-working space. With a serviced offi ce, someone else has to worry about furniture


and offi ce maintenance and if without the ties of a long-term lease, you can put your capital to good use.


Switch between activities with ease Being tethered to a desk by a phone and a PC is outdated and does not reflect the multiple times people switch between activities, nor does the nine-to-five fit in with our busy lives. Join Club Space, and gain access to co-working space where


workers can drop in any time to fit around other commitments. It includes different zones for concentration, collaboration, exploration and reflection. It’s worth remembering that private office clients have free


access to Club Space across Landmark’s network. For non-members, the rates start from just £85 a month for


regional buildings and £135 a month to access centres in London and around the UK.


Getting together Employees will be looking forward to seeing their colleagues again after a year spent on video calls. At Landmark centres in Milton Keynes, there’s


collaborative space to work on a project and private meeting rooms for running a training day or pitching an idea to clients. T e rooms include the latest technology, and a


hospitality-trained team is on hand to support your every need.


Regularly cleaned workspace When your employees return, they’ll want to spend less time worrying about COVID and more time dedicated to work. The Landmark Clean Start COVID-cleaning


programme includes regular disinfection of high- contact surfaces, contactless check-in and social distancing.


To book a viewing at either Landmark Milton Keynes Central or Landmark Milton Keynes Pinnacle and to try working fl exibly for a day – free of charge, visit www.landmarkspace.co.uk/miltonkeynes and quote All Things Business when enquiring


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