What was The Buzz in January?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. Here are a few of the stories that caught our attention in January. From the trend of commercial real estate firms leaning into AI, to the highs, lows and 2024 trends set for coworking, there’s lots happening in the property industry right now.   The...

What was The Buzz in December?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. Here are a few of the stories that caught our attention in December. From London’s biggest offices deals in 2023, even more coworking brands popping up around the capital to the trends for 2024 (flexi offices, AI assistants, four-day weeks?), there’s a lot...

Don’t Buy Office Furniture, Subscribe to it: A Q&A with Brad Williams at NORNORM

The workplace of the future must be flexible, cost-effective, and sustainable. Businesses are realising they are non-negotiables. One company, leading the charge to help businesses reduce their environmental impact is NORNORM.  NORNORM is a subscription-based furniture company on a mission to make workspaces better for people, businesses and the planet. Not...

What was The Buzz in November?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. Here are a few of the stories that caught our attention in November. From London’s best new home, design of the future workplace, and the impact of global warming and hybrid working on the office industry, we’re taking a glimpse into what the future...

What was The Buzz in October?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. What was The Buzz in October? Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. Here are a few of the stories that caught our attention in October. From re-evaluating office needs, a lifeline for London homes and the growing adoption of tech in...

The Buzz Turns 3: A Q&A with Company Director, Leonie Cowton

It’s been three wonderful years since The Buzz was founded. We feel fortunate to have worked with so many great clients and proud to have brought together a growing collective of like-minded marketing experts. As we celebrate this exciting milestone, we sat down with the person behind our operation, Leonie Cowton,...

What was The Buzz in September?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. Here are a few of the stories that caught our attention in September. From increasing City space demand, a hefty lease forfeit for Meta and one of the decade’s largest shopping centre deals on the horizon, it’s all systems go for the UK...

What does AI mean for marketing?

AI has become a mainstay topic in the media since the arrival of ChatGPT in November 2022. Reactions have been mixed from hailing it as the greatest arrival of the century to fearing it could put jobs at risk.   So what’s the fuss all about?  Artificial Intelligence is the process of leveraging...

What was The Buzz in July?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. Here are a few of the stories that caught our attention in July. From the passage of a new 'flexible work' bill, to the battle over M&S Oxford Street, revolutionising decisions are being made that will shape the future of the UK real estate...

What was The Buzz in June?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. Here are a few of the stories that caught our attention in June. From using AI in workplace design to a call for climate regulation in planning, things in the world of real estate are changing. Property companies ask government for regulation to make...