Read a summary of this recent webinar, by ULI UK member, Sorrel Pompert Robertson
EY and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) are partnering on an important project, investigating the ‘Future of Work’, and the potential impact this may have on office locations, workplaces, working patterns, and the interaction between employers and employees.
As a result of the COVID-19 crisis many trends that we’ve seen developing over the past couple of years, such as digitalisation, sustainability, remote working, and co-working, have rapidly accelerated. The question now is how these and other trends will impact how, where, and with whom we will work, over the mid-to-longer term.
Given this is largely undeveloped territory, we need your input as a professional working in real estate and/or urban development. Therefore, EY and ULI are very pleased to invite you to participate in this survey. It aims to identify future of work trends and better understand their potential impact on our work and lives. Your contribution will provide useful insights on how future working environment, mobility, cities and the real estate sector might be impacted.
The survey contains 16 questions and should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete. The information you provide will be anonymous and treated as strictly confidential, with reporting only taking place at an aggregated level.
The deadline for responding has been extended until Tuesday 15 September. If you are interested to receive a copy of the results, please provide your email address. We will be very happy to share the findings with you when the report has been launched.