There are numerous reasons why a company may be considering an office move. It could be a lease break, a looming expiry, or the need to find a larger office space that matches the ever-growing team of staff. More recently, the shift back to the office has led to the need for hybrid office spaces which cater to staff in the office and working from home.
Ideally, 6-12 months before the move, you want to create an office move checklist. If you’re in that stage, this 2023 office move guide is the ideal starting point.
Note: You can download our Office Move Guide as a PDF by clicking on the Download as PDF button, located on the top right of this page
The office has evolved to a point where it is now viewed as an asset that can be instrumental in attracting and retaining the very best talent, the lifeblood of an organisation and as a result, more and more companies are investing in creating workplaces that staff wants to work in.
The “Great staff deserve great offices and great offices deserve great staff” ethos has gained traction and many companies are now creating new workplaces, designed with staff in mind.
When you are tasked with an office move project, it can be daunting especially if it is your first time undertaking something like this. We hope this short guide provides logical step-by-step instructions to follow and proves useful – you can read the guide below or click on the download as a PDF button located on the top right of the page.
So, you’ve been asked to investigate potentially relocating your existing office, where do you start?