With the return to normalcy in sight after the government’s recent announcement, many companies are aiming for a return to physical workspaces and offices in the summer. But there’s no reason to delay – commercial properties have been in high demand throughout the pandemic, and there is no better time to search for your business’ […]
Here at Spenbeck, we are committed to meeting the UN’s SDGs, providing sustainable creative space in which companies can thrive. In our second blog post exploring how are achieving these targets, we outline how we are working towards the UN’s social sustainability goals. What are the SDGs? The UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, established in […]
Here at Spenbeck, we are committed to using our Carbon Literacy knowledge to provide environmentally-sustainable creative spaces in the heart of Nottingham’s Lace Market, helping our tenants meet their sustainability goals and boosting client and staff retention while working towards Nottingham City Council’s Carbon Neutral Nottingham 2028 pledge. One of the ways we are doing […]
We are excited to announce that our CEO Victoria Green and COO Becky Valentine are officially Carbon Literate after undertaking training as part of Nottingham Trent University’s free Sustainability and Inclusive Leadership (SAIL) programme, building on their existing energy efficiency knowledge.
Only now do we realise how much our previous HQ had become a key part of the family and our business. As the dust settles on another lease secured during lockdown to wonderful new tenants, the surfacing emotions of moving to pastures new cannot be denied.
A number of studies conducted since the start of the pandemic have investigated the negative effects working from home has on employees’ mental health, while surveys have demonstrated that the majority of workers want to return to the office as soon as it is safe to do so.
Spenbeck has been proactive in introducing COVID-safety measures to our in-demand creative office spaces in the heart of Nottingham’s Lace Market, working hard to make our creative spaces work for you
These renovations are part of a city-wide Heritage Action Zone (HAZ) scheme, supported and funded by Historic England and Nottingham City Council. Providing businesses with up to £50,000, this project aims to see historic features reinstated, protecting ‘at-risk’ conservation areas while improving the condition and appearance of buildings to restore their historic character and revealing Nottingham’s ‘history to secure its future conservation’.
Over at Spenbeck HQ we’ve got a tonne of surprises up our sleeves as we move towards celebrating our 40th anniversary in July. After four decades of preserving Nottingham’s historical and architectural heritage and serving the community, you can expect some exciting changes to be revealed in the coming months…
Come and check out our new website, it’s awesome.