Law firm TLT has secured new office space in the heart of Glasgow’s commercial district, taking 10,000 sq. ft. in the city’s new flagship Cadworks development. The development is set to be one of the most sustainable in Scotland.
The announcement follows the launch of TLT’s progressive fully flexible working approach. The firm will take the top floor and the space will be the first of the firm’s six UK offices designed from scratch to support agile working, with facilities and tech enabling employees to mix remote working with time in the office. The design also puts employee wellness and space to collaborate onsite with clients at the centre of its plans.
This development is due to be completed in time for the United Nations' COP26 climate change summit in November and will be one of the first net zero office buildings in the city.
John Paul Sheridan, partner and Scotland location head, said: “We continue to invest to grow our business in Scotland and our new office space is the next step on that journey. Our people are guiding the design so that the space we create reflects our new flexible working approach and allows them to connect, collaborate and innovate effectively no matter how or when they work, as well as providing the space to better support and work with our clients. Critical to that will be the tech we use to connect with clients and colleagues locally, nationally and internationally.
“Cadworks sustainable office design alongside its vision of the wider positive social impact developments like this can have, is an approach that sits well with our own strategic and responsible business priorities. We are looking forward to working with Cadworks in this area in the future.”