Central Hall Westminster adopts agile working following major office refurbishment

Central Hall Westminster adopts agile working following major office refurbishment

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Central Hall Westminster announces that it has adopted agile working practices following a major refurbishment to the venue’s business unit.

Central Hall has launched a new approach to agile working in order to provide its core business team with the ability to work flexibly and efficiently in the new office space. The new initiatives include the introduction of a range of new and adapted arrangements such as hot desking alongside the provision of multi-functional spaces for brainstorming and group work. Each member of staff has been provided with their own tablet or laptop to support the new office infrastructure. Additionally, the venue continues to build on its sustainable venue policy which was introduced earlier this year with the introduction of a paperless office. 

Paul Southern, Managing Director at Central Hall, comments: “The agile working environment will provide our office space with the flexibility required to adapt to modern day business requirements and challenges in the workplace. The team has embraced the new environment and is enjoying the flexibility that hot desking offers. By creating different working areas within the office, we are able to ensure a productive environment for our growing team.”

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