Brian Ward, director of workplace strategy at Telereal Trillium, comments on the recent discussion around Yahoo’s decision to stop its staff from working remotely.
Telereal Trillium’s executive chairman, Ian Ellis, says it has never been more important for the public and private sectors to work together.
Paul Disley-Tindell, director corporate real estate at Telereal Trillium, comments on a recent Guardian Professional article ‘Stick, sell or twist? Why feelings matter when it comes to council assets’.
Telereal Trillium has sold a former Department for Work and Pensions office site on Limehouse Cut to Canary Wharf Group.
Telereal Trillium has shown its continuing support for the UK’s facilities management (FM) industry by becoming one of the first platinum sponsors of the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM).
Last week, Telereal Trillium hosted a group of students aged 16 to 19 from Trafford College, Manchester, to give them a taste of working life and help boost their employability skills.
Telereal Trillium has secured planning permission for the redevelopment of a 20-acre site in Lytham St Anne's, following a protracted application process with the local council.
A consortium made up of three leading UK companies, Telereal Trillium, Mace and KPMG, has been shortlisted in the Defence Infrastructure Organisation's (DIO) search for a potential private sector business partner.
Telereal Trillium today confirmed its commitment to giving more money, time and energy to the voluntary sector, as part of the Give More campaign.
Telereal Trillium last night cemented its commitment to property occupiers through its sponsorship of the Occupier of the Year category at the 2012 Property Awards.