The definition of ‘workplace’ has changed dramatically during the past two years. Many businesses have embraced a mix of working from home, office working or something in between, the ‘third space’. For business leaders, this has created fresh challenges around communication, creativity and productivity, connection and culture – and cost. What works for one company may not work for another.
What will underpin workplaces of the future – for all businesses – is flexibility and choice. This is why Wyboston Lakes Resort has developed Landing Pad – a multi-faceted workplace solution offering serviced offices, branded space for training and co-working options. With ‘adaptability’ at the core, the Wyboston Lakes Resort’s experienced team is committed to creating and maintaining a space that works for the business, its owners and their teams.
For example, the serviced office proposition has an 11,000 square feet new-build opportunity and truly is a case of ‘your space, your way’. With planning permission secured, the new space can be designed to suit the individual tenant, available on flexible monthly terms, and in an environment that can encompass break-out areas, hot-desking, dining and social facilities and a host of booths, pods and semi-enclosed spaces that lend themselves perfectly to a modern and flexible way of working.
There is also the benefit of numerous support services ranging from catering, IT facilities and support, maintenance and security, plus overnight accommodation, ample free parking, and free 2gb wifi.
Extra perks on the 380-acre site include two modern conference and training centres, team building facilities, an 18-hole golf course, a spa, and a four-star hotel, restaurant and bar.
Alternatively, branded spaces will suit businesses looking for a long-term, high-quality training space that can be designed to suit their style and identity but run and managed by the resort team. Wyboston Lakes Resort is actively looking for an additional partner to take some available space.
For those who have found WFH is boring, unproductive, or simply impossible, Wyboston Lakes Resort’s co-working option solves these challenges by offering flexible, affordable and professional space with a range of memberships to choose from. The innovative and collaborative space features several meeting areas, hot desking space and single person booths, plus a kitchen and eating area to converse and connect with colleagues and friends.
Steve Jones, Managing Director of Wyboston Lakes, said: “The workplace and the way we work has been evolving for some time, but the pandemic has accelerated change. Businesses want to be in control, they want to be able to change easily and they want to know that they are not tied into something that may not suit their needs in
12 months’ time.
“Landing Pad will give them options to take less space, or more space if they need it, combined with the benefits of access to the rest of the facilities available within the resort. We’ve been planning these new developments for three years and now we are ready to move forward with a proposition that readily meets the needs of businesses today.”
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