Net zero doesn’t work without high-quality connectivityThe UK has been at the forefront of the world’s journey to net zero, being one of the first countries to pledge to reach the milestone by 2050.
Connecting today for tomorrowFrom future proofing to ESG, we think the conversation around connectivity needs to be moved up the agenda.
How smart are you?Or to put it another way. How many smart devices did you use/interact with yesterday?
The what, where and why of wayleavesHow are you reading this blog today? Is it from your laptop in the office (be that work or home) or are you on your smart phone device, whilst on the move?
Connecting the UKWe partnered with YouGov to survey MPs and councillors about the Government’s gigabit rollout plans and the challenges involved in meeting the national targets. In addition, we surveyed businesses and consumers to gain insight into the level of understanding around gigabit capable technology and awareness of the benefits that gigabit connections can bring.
5 post-pandemic trends shaping the Central London sales & lettings marketThe COVID-19 pandemic led to dramatic changes in how we live and work and has had a huge impact on the UK housing market.
Future office and 5GThe complexities and changes resulting from the pandemic have forced workers to adapt, expectations around working practices have changed rapidly and workplaces must evolve to keep pace.
Understanding connectivity: terminologyThe terminology around Connectivity can be tricky to decode. Here our team tells us the most frequently heard terms and explains what they mean.
What is connectivity?We answer the most commonly asked questions around connectivity.
Cluttons welcomes PM’s commitment to connectivity – but there are significant challenges aheadCluttons, the property consultancy and market leading adviser to the largest mobile operators and fixed-line providers, welcomes Boris Johnson’s commitment to making connectivity one of his top five priorities.
A well connected workplace is a win winIn an age where good connectivity has become more important to occupiers than transport links and amenities, digital infrastructure is now a key factor in the decision making process when it comes to taking on a new office space.
Digital infrastructure is key to unlocking performanceIn a wide-ranging discussion at today’s London Real Estate Forum, a distinguished panel of experts explored how London’s digital infrastructure is being improved so that it can effectively compete on the global stage.
The commercial connectivity impact reportThe majority (65%) of the UK’s commercial landlords have undertaken work to improve the digital connectivity of their buildings, with almost three quarters (72%) of tenants saying that poorly connected offices will become obsolete spaces.
The London connectivity report – part one: residential tenants 2018Cluttons has published the first part of The London Connectivity Report, focusing on residential tenants, carried out in partnership with YouGov.