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RESEARCH

The BCO's research programme provides real benefit to our members and wider industry.

Our remit is to develop and communicate best practice, analyse developments and stimulate new thinking on the design, development and occupation of offices across the UK. Each year the BCO releases a regular series of research reports, best practice guides, briefing notes and discussion papers.

The BCO's research programme equally supports our public affairs work enabling an evidence based approach in respect of policy development and consultation. This activity is however significantly enhanced by membership consultation and representation.

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The BCO conducted an online survey of its members and others to look at the importance of cycling to the modern worker. Are cycling facilities becoming more imp...

28 Aug 2012

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The number of disputes in the UK construction industry has not yet reduced and partnering has still not been widely adopted in spite of the Government efforts. ...

31 Jul 2012

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What does 'obsolescence' really mean? In a world where sustainable and 'whole-life' solutions are increasingly demanded, the traditional relationships and pra...

19 Jun 2012

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The new BCO publication 'Making the Grade' takes a look at the impact of office development on employment and city economies. The structure of the UK economy...

24 May 2012

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New lease accounting standards are to be finalised in the second half of 2012 and they will have a significant impact on key financial accounting ratios....

30 Apr 2012

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The key contribution that Whole-Life Carbon reporting makes is its ability to take account of all sources of carbon emissions associated with buildings, and not...

14 Mar 2012