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Workplace Ecosystems of the Future

Workplace Ecosystems of the Future

Part Three of the “New Perspective: From Pandemic to Performance” Series 

One thing is clear: the purpose of the office workplace is changing. The pandemic-induced work from home (WFH) experiment has altered perspectives on work, flexibility and the office. Cushman & Wakefield partnered with top researchers from George Washington University to explore potential outcomes for the future of office.  

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GLOBAL OFFICE IMPACT STUDY & RECOVERY TIMING REPORT

GLOBAL OFFICE IMPACT STUDY & RECOVERY TIMING REPORT

"An analysis of COVID-19’s impact on the office sector: forecasts and outcomes

This study is the first in a four-part series that provides a new perspective on COVID-19’s impact on the commercial real estate (CRE) industry and the future of the office. In part one, “Global Office Impact Report and Recovery Timing,” we examine the aggregate cyclical and structural impacts on the office sector. We also present forecast scenarios and/or possible outcomes." 

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Brockville - Corridor 2030 Driving Competitiveness Guided by Economic Complexity

Brockville - Corridor 2030 Driving Competitiveness Guided by Economic Complexity

"The St. Lawrence Corridor Region, with Brockville as the economic hub, is a community in transition. Over the past several decades the region has and continues to experience a loss of jobs due to the reduction of the traditional branch plant economy. Over the past ten years it is estimated that industrial downsizing has impacted 1,000 people. Leaders have expressed a desire and the community has demanded action to create more and better quality jobs This is in the context of a population that is older than the Canadian population compounded by a perceived youth retention issue.

"The City currently collects development-related charges (Development Charge and Impost Fee) when a building permit is issued. Such charges help support the creation of infrastructure required by future development. The existing rates and rules were established on the basis of the 2014 Development Charge and Impost Fee Background Study.

To continue imposing a Development Charge after the expiry of the current Bylaw (in September), the City has prepared a new Background Study to support the new Development Charge and a new Bylaw, as required by the Development Charges Act. "