Commercial real estate faces into a new tomorrow

The property market may be in limbo, but the office and industrial sector should pull through this period relatively unscathed

29th March, 2020
Commercial real estate faces into a new tomorrow
Working from home policies are likely to change in the future and this could mean more hot-desking

As I sit here in week two of our enforced ‘work at home’ protocol, what is clear is that we have a united country and great people. Despite a non-result in our election, our sitting government has acted quickly and our people are responding.

The stay-at-home policy is, for the most part, being respected – as is social distancing. My wife and I walk our dog early in the morning and early evening...

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